There have been several upstart networks appearing on digital tiers around the country this past decade but not all of them are in every city. MeTV, ThisTV, TheCoolTV, RTN, AntennaTV, Bounce and others are among those who weren't meant for the analogue period and some have reruns of classic series of a simpler time. Some major markets like Philadelphia have room for them but have yet to act upon that opportunity. Earlier digital networks like The Tube and PBS spinoff ThinkBright went the way of DuMont and the WB but at this rate there could almost be as many terrestrial networks as pay-TV ones. Just be glad we don't have an annual licence fee like some countries do!