Digital Multicast/Diginet Directory

Digital subchannels are offered by the broadcast stations in each market. They do this by dividing their bandwidth into multiple channels and can run their own locally produced programming on these subchannels or choose to run programming from either another network currently not carried in that market OR from a specific digital multicast network.  These networks are also often referred to as “over-the-air” networks, “digital” networks, or “diginets.”

Below is a directory of the active digital multicast networks available, their launch dates, and their ownership.

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