All remaining full-power television stations still broadcasting in analog will make the transition to all-digital between April 16 and June 12. As of February 17, 2009, about one-third of the nation's full-power TV stations had already gone all-digital. |
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|2009 DTV Transition and Digital-Broadcasting Media Policy|
The latest news and analysis on the DTV transition as the TV industry prepares for the switch to digital broadcasting on Feb. 18, 2009.
Consumer information including the latest DTV news, guide to DTV converter boxes, ratings of DTV converter boxes, and more.
Digital Television Transition and Public Safety Information from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
The official Web site of the National Association of Broadcasters' digital television (DTV) transition campaign. The DTV campaign's mission is to ensure that no consumer is left unprepared, due to lack of information, for the February 17, 2009 federally mandated transition from analog to digital broadcasting for all full-power television stations.
DTV Transition Coalition
Information and resources on this site will help ensure that you're prepared for the digital TV transition and that you'll continue to receive free broadcast television in the digital age.
Information on the digital TV transition and links to retailers that sell converter boxes and consumer electronics.