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  • Some Comcast viewers will need new box

    Some cable TV customers in Spokane County need to prepare for the second wave of digital TV migration, tentatively starting in June, according to a Comcast Corp. spokesman. Roughly 10,000 …


  • DTV switch prompts hundreds of calls for help

    More than 1,100 Spokane-area TV watchers called for help Wednesday, the first full day of the switch from analog to digital over-the-air television signals.


  • Call center to help consumers with TV conversion

    Television viewers across Washington state faced a confusing picture of analog signal cutoffs Tuesday. Some stations acted early, most Spokane stations and some elsewher were on time and others, including …


  • Are you ready? TV shift arrives

    We’ve all seen the endless crawls and FCC-mandated alerts: Digital TV conversion is on the way. Yet questions still abound, beginning with the most obvious:


  • Requests outnumber coupons for television converter boxes

    More than 8,700 homes in North Idaho and Eastern Washington are on the federal DTV coupon waiting list, but few will get those coupons before most local stations switch to …


  • Inland NW residents waiting for DTV coupons

    More than 8,700 homes in North Idaho and Eastern Washington are on the federal DTV coupon waiting list, but few will get those coupons before most local stations switch to …


  • Obama signs bill delaying digital TV switch

    President Barack Obama has signed a bill to delay the switch to digital TV to June 12. Congress last week gave TV stations until June 12 to shut down their …


  • Congress postpones digital TV switch to June

    WASHINGTON — After weeks of debate, Congress is giving consumers four more months to prepare for the upcoming transition from analog to digital television broadcasting.


  • House set to vote again on DTV delay

    Congress is going to take another crack at delaying the analog TV shutdown by four months.


  • House rejects DTV delay

    WASHINGTON – House Republicans on Wednesday defeated a bill to postpone the upcoming transition from analog to digital television broadcasting to June 12 – leaving an estimated 6.5 million U.S. …


  • House defeats bill to delay digital TV transition

    Bucking the Obama administration, House Republicans on Wednesday defeated a bill to delay the upcoming transition from analog to digital television broadcasting to June 12 — leaving an estimated 6.5 …


  • Congress poised to delay end of analog TV to June

    Congress is poised to grant a four-month delay in the upcoming shutdown of analog TV broadcasts, though broadcasters still will be allowed to go all-digital earlier if they want.


  • Senate approves digital TV delay

    WASHINGTON – The Senate on Monday voted unanimously to postpone the upcoming transition from analog to digital television broadcasting by four months to June 12 – setting the stage for …


  • DTV coupon demand prompts waiting list

    WASHINGTON – Consumers who apply for federal coupons to pay for converter boxes ahead of next month’s transition to digital television broadcasts are being placed on a waiting list and …


  • Ready or not, DTV getting closer every day

    The biggest crisis facing the country is not the tanked economy. Nor is the nation’s No. 1 concern the skyrocketing price of energy, the threat of terrorist attack or even …

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