D-Day, Or Rather, DTV Day

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On Friday, the remaining TV broadcasters across the country who had not already switched turned off their old analog transmitters and began broadcasting digitally. Lots of people may have lost reception, but, if the experiences of markets that have already made the DTV transition is any indication, it may not be too terrible.



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