Mid-Michigan: Newsmakers Dec. 17, 2008

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Lansing State Journal:

With two months to go until television stations across the country are required to turn off their analog signals, local stations are stepping up efforts to help viewers into the digital age. The Lansing region's six broadcast TV stations at 6:08 p.m. Thursday will simultaneously interrupt programming to test whether viewers' sets can receive their new digital signals. Viewers will see a graphic indicating whether their TV sets are ready for digital. "We're trying to reach as many viewers as we can at one time," said Mike King, general manager of WILX-TV. WILX, WLAJ, WLNS, WHTV, WSYM and WKAR all will run the test. The stations are expected to repeat it in January... TV stations in area to test digital signal (Wed, 12/17)

 

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