Digital TV Transition: Myths & Options
DTV Delay Act is now law, but more than a third of the nation's stations plan to make the switch to digital signals next week.
More than a quarter of TV stations in the U.S. could shut off their analog TV transmitters before the new June 12 deadline.
The House of Representatives votes to delay the national transition to digital broadcasting. The bill now awaits the president's signature.
Approved bill would allow TV stations to switch to digital signals before a new June deadline. House committee is set to review its version of the bill Tuesday.
As the cable industry ramps up its migration to digital TV, confusion mounts with some cable customers seeing basic cable channels disappear from their analog packages.
Confused about what's going to happen when the switch gets flipped in two months? So are millions of other Americans. Maggie Reardon tells you what you need to know.
Best Buy offers workshops to educate consumers about the DTV transition.
The National Television and Information Administration's fund for subsidizing conversion boxes for next month's digital TV transition has run out of money. Oops!
The Federal Communications Commission says more advertisements are needed to educate the public about the transition from analog to digital TV in 2009.