Mid-Michigan: Newsmakers Jan 7, 2008

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Lansing State Journal:

Michigan television stations will kick off a yearlong campaign next month to alert viewers to a coming change that could leave them staring at blank screens unless they take action. On Feb. 18, 2009, television stations will stop broadcasting analog signals and switch to digital. "We're fully supportive of the change and anxious to get going with the public awareness campaign," said Mike King, vice president and general manager of WILX-TV, Channel 10. While some viewers may experience an easily fixable inconvenience, he said, the trade-off will be a better picture and better audio... Digital decree: TV stations will tune in viewers to '09 broadcasting switchover (Mon, 1/7)

 

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