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681 TV Stations Set to Kill Analog Signals Next Week

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Feb 10, 2009, 8:21 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Despite the recent approval of a congressional bill supporting a four-month delay of the transition to digital TV signals, some 40% - 681 of about 1800 - TV stations plan to make the switch after February 17 anyway. The major networks, ABC, CBS, and NBC, said that would continue to broadcast in analog and digital. These three networks, however, only control about 100 of the total 1800 TV stations in question. The local stations that do decide to go all digital will free up some of the 700Mhz spectrum in those markets that companies such as Qualcomm have bought the rights to use.

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murmermer

Feb 11, 2009, 11:17 PM

late to the party

sorry I'm late to the party but will they be broadcasting in 1080P?
Azeron

Feb 10, 2009, 9:29 PM

Good riddace!

Bye, bye! Don't let the doorknob hit you! I thought the House Republicans were gong to stick to ther guns on this. Oh well.
My local ABC affiliate I think it is, didn't say they're going to kill analog just yet but they did say they're lowering the power on they're analog antenna. I prefer NBC myself.
I believe you mean "the House of Representatives"

the republicans are not in charge; you can tell because the House majority leader is Democrat Steny Hoyer, while the current House minority leader is Republican John Boehner

but I wouldn't expec...
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marufio

Feb 10, 2009, 9:15 PM

There goes Analog.

Everybody is tired of waiting the future is now not four months. 40 percent is alot so Im sure many more will kill analog before June. All the major networks should just kill analog too.
 
 
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