Some of those closest to the actual work involved with the analog shutoff are dreading the cascade of complications that a delay would cause.
For some in the TV business, Jan. 20, 2009, will be the day they’ve been working toward their entire careers.
They say the spectrum isn’t just sitting around waiting for full-power DTV stations to take it over.
But some of the coupon money is coming back around as funds tied to expired, unredeemed coupons become available again.
That’s a shift from previous NTIA statements that the program had enough money appropriated to satisfy the demand.
The judge rejected the claim by CNN that it needed a new workforce around 2004 because of its transition to a digital workflow.
KTVH in Helena, Mont., completed its digital transition at noon Nov. 10, shutting off its analog transmitter and going all-digital.
The people of Wilmington may have the message about DTV and converter boxes, but some of the stations themselves have had a busy summer getting their DTV signals up and ready.
They see themselves less as guinea pigs and more as pioneers taking a giant leap into the digital future at noon on Sept. 8.
Intrigued by predictions of $2 billion in additional ad revenue from the mobile world, attendees packed the Open Mobile Video Coalition breakfast to hear the latest.
When the Washington Nationals planned Major League Baseball’s newest stadium, the team understood that the fan experience goes way beyond balls and strikes.
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