It seems like the powers that be have been talking about the switch from analog television broadcasting to digital broadcasting forever. The federal government announced the plans to switch in 2007. But after concerns that not enough of the population was ready for the switch, the feds pushed back the final deadline from February to June. Now the time has finally come, and those who still use just TV antennas won’t even be able to sell the soon-to-be useless metal sticks at garage sales.
Today's Question: The conversion to digital TV
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