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WILM has been broadcasting a picture that is a letter-boxed and low-resolution. Is it going to improve?

Hunter Ingram

Connie Knox, general manager of WILM-TV, said the cause of the low-picture quality could be the result of being a DISH Network or DirecTV subscriber.

“Those two services downgraded our signal from HD to SD, thus the picture he/she is experiencing is less than it picture-perfect,” Knox said in a statement. “It is not something we did, nor is it our desire. We want all of our viewers to experience the best we have to offer, which is a beautiful high definition signal. The SD signal from the satellite services is by their choice — not ours. We’re sending WILM in HD. WILM-TV is in HD for cable subscribers or those who receive free TV via an over-the-air antenna. Cable and viewers also get MeTV and American Sports Network (launched last month), which is not available on satellite. ”

For more information about WILM-TV and its programming, visit their website at www.wilm-tv.com.

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