Welsh Voters Approve Analog TV Switch Off

April 5, 2005
The NEWS.scotsman.com Web site carried an article by Laura May, Analogue is a real turn-off for Welsh describing the shutdown of analog TV in the small Welsh towns of Ferryside and Llansteffan. The residents of the towns were part of a government pilot project. Four hundred households agreed to test the digital set-top boxes. The purpose of the test was to see how people adapted to the new technology and what technical problems the digital transition might cause.

For the results of the tests and the residents' reactions, read Analogue is a real turn-off for Welsh.

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