Television as we know it is about to change. By law, full-power television stations nationwide must switch from the old method of transmitting TV signals known as analog to digital television (DTV) on February 17, 2009. DTV is an innovative new type of broadcasting technology that delivers movie-quality pictures and sound, more channels, and even high definition television (HDTV) to consumers with HD television sets.
While the benefits of DTV are remarkable, millions of households risk losing television reception unless they take the easy steps to receive a digital signal. We're here to assist you throughout the entire transition process.
How do you watch TV?
If you currently subscribe to cable, satellite, U-verse or some other pay TV service, no action is required.
If you use an antenna to receive over-the-air broadcasting, you have three options for continuing you television service..
1. Purchase a DTV converter box that will convert the digital signal into analog for your existing television set. You can get two $40 converter box coupons. Click here for details…
2. Purchase a television set with a built-in digital tuner.
3. Subscribe to cable, satellite or a telephone company television service.