Senate Votes in Favor of DTV Delay
Jan 27, 2009, 8:25 AM by Eric M. Zeman
The Senate has officially approved a bill allowing for a four month delay of the planned transition to DTV signals. In a vote taken Monday, the Senate agreed that the delay should take place due to the lack of coupons for converter boxes, as well as allow government agencies more time to prepare for the switch. The government ran out of coupons in early January, and as many as 2.5 million Americans are on the a waiting list to receive them.
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I'M TOO LAZY!!
can we abandon the daylight saving time??
just to make sure i can get someone to come change my clock for me
this just sounds like another over budget government screw up!
This is so stupid...
Tell me that landfills are being affected by everyone buying new TVs and tossing their CRTs. DON'T tell me it's because of converter boxes. Absolute ...