I posted Sunday about the Wilmington, NC market switch from analog to digital TV transition, linking to a story on NPR by WHQR's Catherine Welch. Catherine had a follow-up story on NPR's Morning Edition yesterday. The link includes text and audio for the story plus additional information on the transition. Nice job covering this.
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Also see John Dunbar's story for the Associated Press, Old antennas cause complaints in digital TV test. Link: AP.
Big cable thinks it's going to gain subscribers, and they're probably right. See Deborah Yao's report, also for the AP, Comcast, Time Warner Cable sees digital TV gains. Link: AP. --Dennis