Linked by weildish on Tue 6th Jan 2009 17:28 UTC
Editorial If you live in the United States, then it's almost certain you've heard about this big digital switch that public television is making due to a new US law. If you live outside of the US, I bet you've heard of it anyway since we like to let people know what we're up to. The big day that's coming up -- February 17th, 2009 -- that magical date when all television stations will historically abandon the infamous analog broadcasting for greener, digital pastures -- didn't strike fear into the hearts at my household. We rarely utilize the antenna, and then only two to four times a year for a special program. Nonetheless, we got our hands on one of those nifty coupons anyway and went out to purchase a digital converter for the sake of those few intrinsic public broadcats. Read on for the whole story.
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Rescan You Channels
by ronaldgibson on Thu 8th Jan 2009 15:24 UTC
ronaldgibson
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2009-01-08

Some stations are going to be switching back to their old analog channel, so make sure you scan for channels when the day comes. In Los Angeles there will be eight stations going back to their old analog channel. check out the documents from the FCC below.

http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-07-138A1.pdf

http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachmatch/FCC-07-138A2.pdf

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