Nielsen: 2.1 Million TV Homes Still Digitally Disconnected

Jun 25, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Nielsen says some 400,000 homes are no longer without a digital TV connection since the digital switchover, but that still leaves 2.1 million TV households unable to receive a DTV signal as of June 21, says Broadcasting & Cable.

The numbers don’t include households that have the proper boxes but can’t get a signal because of power issues.

–Elizabeth Jensen

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  1. I have a deep fringe VHF/UHF antenna with a mast mounted amplifier and rotor mounted on my roof. Before the digital transistion I received VHF channels from N.Y.-Pa. 2,3,4,5,6,7,9,10,11,12,13, UHF 17,23,48,52,and 65.with no problems. Now I can receive one channel well 52.A PBS channel.Other channels come and go depending on the weather /wind . UHF stinks here.

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