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Question 1: In the early days of broadcast television, there were twelve VHF channels available and 69 ________ channels (later reduced to 57 in 1983).
MicrowaveL bandUltra high frequencyVery high frequency

Question 2: It is available on all cable systems in ________ as well as Warren and Crawford counties in Pennsylvania along with selected cable networks in Venango County, Pennsylvania, Southwestern New York State, and Northeastern Ohio.
Butler County, PennsylvaniaErie, PennsylvaniaArmstrong County, PennsylvaniaErie County, Pennsylvania

Question 3: Syndicated programming on WICU includes: Two and a Half Men, Inside Edition, ________, and Oprah.
Jeopardy!Alex TrebekMerv GriffinJeopardy! broadcast history

Question 4: Their broadcast signal reaches the city of Erie and surrounding communities as well as across Lake Erie in parts of Ontario, ________.
United StatesUnited KingdomCanadaBarbados

Question 5: WICU began broadcasting in Erie on March 15, 1949 [4] as an affiliate of all four networks of the time (NBC, ________, ABC, and DuMont).
The CW Television NetworkCBSPublic Broadcasting ServiceBroadcast syndication

Question 6: The "2" networks became CBS and NBC, "+1" became ________, and "1/2" became ABC (which was the weakest network usually winding up with the UHF allocation where no VHF was available).
Ion TelevisionUnivisionUniversal SportsPublic Broadcasting Service

Question 7: WICU (12.1 NBC) - WJET (24.1 ABC) - WSEE (35.1 ________, 35.2 The CW) - WQLN (54.1 PBS) - WFXP (66.1 FOX)
CBSBroadcast syndicationPublic Broadcasting ServiceThe CW Television Network

Question 8: WGAL 8 (8) (Lancaster) - WBRE 11 (28) (Wilkes-Barre) WICU 12 (12) (Erie) - ________ (Philadelphia) - WJAC 34 (6) (Johnstown) - WPXI 48 (11) (Pittsburgh)
WNBCWCAUKXAS-TVKNBC

Question 9: This created a large "doughnut" in Northwestern Pennsylvania and Northeastern ________ where there could only be one VHF license.
New JerseyOhioMichiganIndiana

Question 10: Erie and Youngstown, Ohio were both sandwiched between Pittsburgh and Steubenville the south, ________ to the west, Buffalo to the east, and London, Ontario to the north.
Greater ClevelandClevelandColumbus, OhioAkron, Ohio







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