Tuesday, September 27, 2016
  • Thursday, Jun. 11, 2009
Final DTV Transition Is Relief For Some Businesses
  • NEW YORK (AP)
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It's not just TV viewers who will be relieved when analog broadcast signals are shut down Friday, sparing them from incessant reminders about converter boxes. Some business are eagerly awaiting the end of a process that began in 1987, when the shift to digital broadcasts was proposed.
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