February 17, 2009 - The End of Analog TV

On February 17, 2009 the era of analog broadcast television in the United States will end as the nation's television stations complete their transition to an all-digital system. While this change will mark the end of the traditional analog method of broadcasting over-the-air television, it won’t signal the end of free broadcast television, and your favorite broadcast programs and local television stations will still be available.

If you currently receive analog television over the air or via an antenna, you’ll need to take action to continue watching your favorite stations. TVs accessing "pay" television service such as cable or satellite aren't likely to be affected by the switch.

Most of us won't even notice, but if you still use an antenna or just want to learn more, visit www.dtvtansition.org.


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