That's cool. I notice RTN has many of the same shows as TV Land, but I think RTN has a better overall lineup. Unfortunately, there's no RTN affiliate here in the Cincinnati market. For the most part, our digital subchannels are going to waste. Two of them are 24/7 weather channels, and another has been blank for a year or so -- ever since "The Tube" went bankrupt. The PBS station here uses their subchannel, but the only real commercial subchannel at the moment is 12.2, which is the CW affiliate.
Digital TV kind of reminds me of where FM radio was in the early '70s, back when most people only had those pushbutton AM radios in their cars. Then in the mid-'70s, station managers began to realize there was big money to be made on FM radio, and most of the music formats migrated from AM to FM. I think we'll see more digital TV subchannels being used once the transition from analog to digital is complete next year.