Preparing for DTV transition Edit
Due to the federally mandated DTV conversion, WXWI-FTV FOX 10 analog signal now leaves the air.
But we're still broadcasting in crystal clear digital.
If you subscribe to cable, satellite or pay TV service and are seeing this message, please contact your provider.
However, if you're watching us on an older analog TV set, using an antenna, you must NOW have a digital converter box.
To obtain one, please call 1-888-DTV-2009 or log on to DTV2009.gov
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In a few moments, after 60 years, WXWI-FTV will turn off its analog signal and broadcast only in 100% digital.
But first, a look back at analog history on channel 10. (song playing and then the national anthem)
Final words in analog Edit
WXWI-FTV now leaves the air.
WXWI was licensed by NO SIR GIFTS venues of Racine, Wisconsin, and is an affiliate of the FOX Broadcasting Corporation.
WXWI operated on the assigned frequency of 192 to 198 megahertz, with an effective radiated power of 316 kilowatts video and 31 kilowatts audio as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission.
Thanks for being with us throughout the 60 years of analog broadcasting here on WXWI-FTV FOX 10 Racine/Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Now, on behalf of the staff of WXWI-FTV, we bid you a pleasant good night.
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