Many viewers of Springfield’s public TV station will see some periodic interruptions in programming over the next couple of weeks.
Crews will be working on the WSEC tower in Franklin, replacing lighting that was damaged by lightning strikes early this year. The work starts Monday, weather permitting, and will require the transmitter to be shut down at times during the day.
That will cut off the signal to anyone watching over the air, on satellite TV or on Mediacom cable… although viewers with Comcast cable will continue to get a direct feed of the station. The project is expected to take about two weeks to complete.