Wilmington Crosses the Digital Divide
After decades of faithful service, commercial analog TV disappeared
from the airwaves in Wilmington, N.C., today at noon as TV stations
turned off their analog transmissions and broadcast digital signals
only, TV Newsday reports.
The Wilmington analog cut-off is an experimental first step toward the
national transition to digital that it set for Feb. 17, 2009, just 162
days from today.
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