1.5 Million Homes—Equivalent to the Size of Phoenix— Still Not Switched Over to Digital TV

Jul 16, 2009  •  Post A Comment

One and a half million homes—about 1.3% of U.S. households—don’t have a digital TV or a converter box installed a month after the official transition to digital TV. The stat comes from Nielsen Media Research, reports Multichannel News. That’s equivalent to the size of the nation’s fifth largest city, Phoenix.

The good news is that that is 200,000 fewer homes than the number of homes that were unprepared to get digital TV signals a month ago.

—Chuck Ross

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