Last night (11/28/07) WSEE featured a report on it’s new DTV signal. The report focused on how the new signal is now being fed to regional cable systems like Youngsville cable in Warren county. Viewers there wondered what the cable system did to improve WSEE’s picture quality. The recent purchase of digital receivers by Youngsville cable and WSEE putting it’s DTV signal on the air back in October helped to eliminate the grainy analog signal viewers there were used to seeing. Kudos to WSEE also for getting the word out about the February 17th 2009 changeover from analog to digital. They will feature a report on what viewers can do in order to keep receiving WSEE and other Erie stations once analog signals are shut off in 2009.