Mid-Michigan: Newsmakers May 11, 2008

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Jackson Citizen-Patriot:

The clock is ticking for those who still rely on rabbit ears for television reception. In nine months, analog television broadcasting will end and local television stations throughout the United States will broadcast in digital format. Consequently, people who don't have a digital television -- not to be confused with a high-definition television -- and aren't subscribed to cable, satellite or a telephone company service provider won't be able to use their televisions. This is because analog TVs aren't able to receive digital broadcasts. "They are completely different signals,'' said Ken Messner, a salesman at Holda's Appliances & TV & Service... TV change getting mixed reception (Sun, 5/11)

 

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