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Hearst-Argyle Tests DTV Switchover

Jul 17, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Hearst-Argyle’s television stations in Arkansas will shut off analog signals once a month as part of a test prior to the switchover to all digital broadcasts next February, Broadcasting & Cable reports. Hearst-Argyle’s move follows a number of U.S. stations running tests before the switchover. Wilmington, North Carolina, stations will stop analog broadcasts in September to help the Federal Communications Commission estimate the impact, the magazine says.
—Danny King

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