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SUNNYVALE, Calif., Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Telegent Systems, the company that makes television mobile, today introduced its third generation analog mobile TV receiver, the TLG1121.
WASHINGTON, July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Although the official transition to all-digital full-power TV broadcasting is now behind us, LG Electronics continues to offer resources for consumers who have questions and concerns about the switchover to digital TV.
Although last Fridayâ€™s transition from analog to digital television went fairly smooth, some viewers are nevertheless having problems receiving the stations they want.
Officials say the last major TV stations that are still broadcasting in analog are set to go completely digital on Friday.
Zenith's ConnectYourBox.com and ConecteSuConvertidor.com Offer Simple Advice on Connecting Converter Boxes to Analog TVs and VCRs WASHINGTON, May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- With only one month to go until full-power analog TV broadcasters across the nation go all-digital, people are starting to realize that it's not just their old analog TVs that will be affected by the transition but their trusty VCRs, too.
158 TV stations have been cleared by regulators around the country to shut down their analog broadcast signals before June 12, when the remaining full-power stations will end theirs.
Even though digital television signals are more efficient than analog signals, many Americans who have taken the necessary steps to ensure they are ready for the switch are still finding it hard to get good reception.
March Issue Features Advice to Help Consumers Sort Out Confusion About the Transition to Digital Television YONKERS, N.Y., Feb.
The U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday voted against postponing until June the planned Feb.
DETROIT, Jan. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Commissioner Michael Copps along with Congressman John Conyers (D-15th) will be on hand at a Town Hall meeting to be held at Wayne County Community College's down town campus at 1001 W. Fort St.
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