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By Tom Risen | February 11, 2009
The age of analog television is set to come to an end in the U.S. on June 12, and Brian Finn can see the anxiety at his store in Burbank. ?On a weekly basis, we get 10 to 15 people who come in asking questions about the changeover,? said Finn, the vice president of Electronic City Inc. People and television stations are scrambling to get with the national program. Congress has mandated that by the June deadline, all television service in the U.S. must convert from old-fashioned analog to modern digital.
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By Tom Risen | February 9, 2009
BURBANK — The age of analog television is set to come to an end in the U.S. on June 12, and Brian Finn can see the anxiety at his store in Burbank. “On a weekly basis, we get 10 to 15 people who come in asking questions about the changeover,” said Finn, the vice president of Electronic City Inc. People and television stations are scrambling to get with the national program. Congress has mandated that by the June deadline, all television service in the U.S. must convert from old-fashioned analog to modern digital.
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By Tom Risen | February 11, 2009
The age of analog television is set to come to an end in the U.S. on June 12, and Brian Finn can see the anxiety at his store in Burbank. ?On a weekly basis, we get 10 to 15 people who come in asking questions about the changeover,? said Finn, the vice president of Electronic City Inc. People and television stations are scrambling to get with the national program. Congress has mandated that by the June deadline, all television service in the U.S. must convert from old-fashioned analog to modern digital.
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By Tom Risen | February 9, 2009
BURBANK — The age of analog television is set to come to an end in the U.S. on June 12, and Brian Finn can see the anxiety at his store in Burbank. “On a weekly basis, we get 10 to 15 people who come in asking questions about the changeover,” said Finn, the vice president of Electronic City Inc. People and television stations are scrambling to get with the national program. Congress has mandated that by the June deadline, all television service in the U.S. must convert from old-fashioned analog to modern digital.
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