Dear Rebafan: It is nice to see someone creating articles on here. But there are a number of suggestions I have.

  1. Don't copy general Wikipedia articles (like Canada) that are not broadcasting-specific. They will be deleted. If you want to make a red-link go away, you can link to the article on Wikipedia, so change the [[Canada]] on something to {{Wikilink|Canada}} and that will save your copying an article.
  2. I understand that changing all those links will take time. But you really need to do so to make the pages work right. You also have to delete all those template references that don't work, and either delete the categories or edit the "Category:" pages.
  3. This Wiki doesn't work the same as Wikipedia. If a station changed its call-letters several times, Wikipedia calls for one article under the current call. We work differently. Take a look at WEAF, WNBC, and WRCA, for example. The history of a station under each change of call is separated.

Please understand that you're quite welcome here. But take a little time to make the copied pages work right, and your contributions will be better appreciated. -- BruceG 14:41, 28 July 2008 (UTC)

I am curious about your WTBH-TV article. The link to the website brings up KFDA-TV channel 10's site, and I can't find any evidence of a channel 63 station in Amarillo on the FCC database or on Wikipedia (in fact there are only 7 stations on channel 63, none in Texas, in Wikipedia!), while the only WTBH I can find is a Florida FM station. Can you give any evidence that this station really exists? -- BruceG 15:23, 28 July 2008 (UTC)

yes, that was KFDA, not WFDA, but you haven't answered my question. -- BruceG 18:35, 30 July 2008 (UTC)

well, haven't you given any thought to what it was. -- Rebafan28 18:38, 30 July 2008 (UTC)

If the station doesn't exist, the article gets deleted. That's why the question. -- BruceG 18:47, 30 July 2008 (UTC)
Since you gave no response, the article was deleted. If you don't respond to questions and continue to post fictitious or off-topic material, you could be banned. I'm trying to get your cooperation, but we have standards here. -- BruceG 14:55, 1 August 2008 (UTC)

Mexicali, Baja California

the creation of the page Mexicali, Baja California its self if not protected by the spam filter, something in the content you were trying to save was catching on the spam filter. It should tell you what text was triggering it. If it happens again, be sure to paste that line in your report, so we can examine the filters for problems. --Uberfuzzy 16:04, 1 August 2008 (UTC)

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