I'd rather see BUZZR TV on 30.4. It's on 23.7 locally, but even with an amplified Clearstream Eclipse antenna, 23 is out of range in NE Ogden with an indoor antenna. I can get 30.4 and 50 other channels just fine with the Eclipse, but not any of the 23.X channels. Sorry, but watching court proceedings is a snooze IMO. Give me some retro game shows any day!
I think we established that you're in an RF Bermuda Triangle, but in this case you're in luck. Buzzr promotes their free web stream pretty heavily. You can just plug buzzr.global.ssl.fastly.net/out/u/buzzr_hls.m3u8 into any decent media player and watch online. I agree that it deserves an upgrade. It started out on one of the 30 streams but they dropped it for some reason. It should be fairly easy to swap Buzzr and Bounce from low power 23 with the infomercial channels on full power 24 since they're co-owned. I don't know why they haven't.
Thanks to both of you for the streaming info on BUZZR. For now, watching online seems to be my best alternative, at least until I can find a way to put up an outdoor TV antenna. If I wasn't such a chicken when it comes to heights, I'd put up an outside antenna myself. But for now, 50 channels with an indoor antenna as a backup for Comcast cable is enough for my needs.
Yes CA, I do live in an RF Bemuda Triangle, where only the strongest signals 88 MHz and above can penetrate. I live less than a mile from the mouth of Ogden Canyon, and all those mountains act as a giant barrier for VHF & UHF signals. In fact, before the local PD & sheriff switched to an 800 MHz repeater radio system, even public safety officers had a hard time communicating with each other in the Canyon.