question of the day: How will the transition to digital TV affect you?
A nationwide transition to digital TV broadcasting, which was scheduled to occur on February 17, looks likely to be postponed to June 12, if a bill that passed the Senate on Monday gets through the House today. Some locales have already switched over, though, and even if the delay to June 12 is approved, it means only that the deadline for making the switchover is postponed — broadcasters could make the changeover at any time between now and then.
The switchoff of all analog broadcasting will impact anyone with an older TV that doesn’t include a digital tuner who gets over-the-air broadcasts. Anyone with cable or satellite service, regardless of their age of the TV hooked up to it, will be fine.
How will the transition to digital TV affect you, if at all?
I have cable service, so I’m all set.
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