Television: Newsmakers Jan 2, 2008

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Detroit Free Press:

The government is now offering $40 coupons that consumers can use to apply towards the cost of a converter box that will let their old analog TV work when the complete switch to digital television takes place in a little over a year. A government-run Digital TV Website began offering the coupons New Year's Day. Consumers fill out a very simple form and, sometime late next month or in March when the converters go on sale, the site promises to mail out coupons that will give a $40 discount on the cost of the converters. You can get up to two of the coupons per household... Get your digital TV converter coupon (Wed, 1/2)

 

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