Dec 18, 2008, 8:41 PM
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Not all televisions stations are being required to perform the transition from analog to digital broadcasting. There is good news beneath the surface and this explanation says it all.
Analog to Digital Conversion.... Is it true?
"First, it is important for you to know that this conversion to digital signal by most stations does exclude some broadcasts. Those stations who broadcast through low-power (Class A) translators do not fall under this federal mandate, and may continue to operate analog signals until they choose to cross over. These low-power translators operate in areas where the full-power TV stations are unable to broadcast, sometimes due to the geography and topography of the land. "
To read more of this and stay connected to your world http://advtechservices.net/index.php it is listed under analog to digital broadcasting in the feeds section.
If you have any questions please post I would love to answer. I don't like the propaganda being spread around by the cable companies making people think they are going to be without. When in all cases this is not true only some of them.
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