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Digital TV Switch

How the digital switch will affect analog, battery-powered TVs

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We've received a number of calls and e-mails this week, from viewers concerned about what the digital transition will mean for their small, analog, battery powered TV's. Full story...
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Defining Digital: How to make the switch to digital

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videoAll this week we have been explaining how the digital transition will work and who it will affect. If people with analog TV's want to continue to use them after the swtich in September, they will need a digital converter box. Full story...
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Defining Digital: Who will the switch affect?

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videoWith the digital television switch just a few months away for folks in our viewing area, we want to make sure you understand how the switch will work. Today we're going to look at exactly who the switch will affect. Full story...
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Defining Digital: Why the switch to DTV?

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videoWith the switch to digital television less than four months away, we are trying to help you better understand what's happening. Yesterday we looked at the science behind television and the switch to digital. Today we take a look at why the conversion from analog is happening in the first place. Full story...
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Defining Digital: A Clearer Picture

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videoAnalog. Digital. HDTV. 720p. 1080i. They are a jumble of letters and numbers that will ultimately change the way you watch television come September. But what does it all mean? Full story...
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Digital TV switch coming early to Southeastern NC

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The Federal Communications Commission announced Thursday that Wilmington will be the first television market in the country to test the switch to using only digital broadcast signals. Starting at noon on September 8, all the commercial TV stations in Wilmington, including WWAY, will stop using their analog signals and broadcast only digitally. Full story...
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