DTV to Cut TV to 34% of Homes

Oct 10, 2008  •  Post A Comment

A report out from Leichtman Research found that 34% of U.S. households with at least one TV could lose their signal next year when the country moves to digital TV, TV Predictions reports. Leichtman found that 14% of TV households don’t subscribe to pay TV at all and will need a converter box while another 24% have one TV in their house that gets programming via an antenna and will also need a converter box to keep watching, the Web site says.
—Jennifer Netherby

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  1. With the obsticles of 8-VSB Modulation signal maintenence… that is really a low number. I have to wonder how they came up with the stat. What was the formulation? Did they not take anything from wilmington?

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