The way we receive our television signals changes tomorrow. The modern TV receiver was patented in 1948 – and what few remain from that era could still work – today – picking up analog signals broadcast from nearby transmitters. But as of tomorrow they’re history. Analog receivers need to be retrofitted with digital convertor boxes to work. We talked to WGCU Public Media General Manager Rick Johnson about the conversion to digital TV.
Friday, 12 June 2009 12:16
DTVWritten by Valerie Alker