Cable Ops Salivating Over DTV Switch

Sep 10, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Cable operators Comcast and Time Warner are confident about picking up new subscribers when the nation’s broadcasting signal switches from analog to digital in February, Reuters reports. There are about 2 million to 3 million homes in places where digital TV signals can’t be accessed in Comcast’s area; thus the cable operator will offer a low-priced broadcast-only service as well as offering its telephone and Internet wares.
—Christopher Perez

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