Marcellus Alexander

For now, the date for the shutoff of analog television is set in stone. That was pretty much the consensus of the DTV panel at the Consumer Electronics Association Washington Forum, yesterday at Washington DC’s Ronald Reagan Building. The panel, consisting of representatives from the National Association of Broadcasters, Association of Public Television, National Cable and Telecommunications Association and CEA, discussed current issues affecting the digital television transmission. But unlike previous years, there was a lot less disagreement among the participants, as most of the issues - especially the firm analog cutoff date of February 17, 2009 - have been settled. Consumer

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