Study: Analog Shutoff More Significant in Certain Areas
The analog television signals that will shut off by the government a year from now are used disproportionally by those living in certain geographical areas, especially West of the Mississippi and in certain cities such as Houston, Dallas and Salt Lake City.
That’s according to a study released last week by the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights and Consumers Union. The conference cited Nielsen research data, and
“ target=”_blank”>its findings were reported by the Hollywood Reporter.
In addition to the geographical disparities, the study also found that African-Americans, Hispanics, and those earnings less than $30,000 per year were especially more likely to be using an analog signal.