The local channel here in Washington, DC is reporting that the U.S. Senate has voted (with support from the Obama administration) to delay the implementation of the television analog shutdown from February 17 to June 12. It now goes to the House. I was on a conference call with several public television CEOs this afternoon, and a number of them reported they would keep their analog lit until June if this extension passes.
Update 27 January 2009:
Here's the AP story at NPR.org. --Dennis