08.24.2005 12:00 AM
Analog Shutdown Delayed in Australia
Australia's Communications Minister Helen Coonan recently said that the government probably will not be able to shut analog TV transmissions in 2008, as originally planned, according to a Sunday Times article. Only five to nine percent of homes are able to receive DTV signals with a digital TV set or set-top box, the paper reported.


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