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Purchase a DTV converter box for your existing analog TV set. A converter box plugs into your TV and will keep it working after June 12, 2009. You may be eligible for up to two $40 coupons, provided by the government, to help pay for the digital-to-analog converter boxes. Click here for more information.
Purchase a television with a built-in digital tuner.
Note that the transition only applies to full-power TV stations. Some low-power stations will remain in analog, so you may need specific equipment to watch analog and digital broadcasting after the transition. "Pass-through" converter boxes allow your TV set to receive both analog and digital signals. To learn more about low-power television and to find out if the stations you watch are low-power, click here.
TVs connected to cable, satellite or other pay TV service will not be affected directly by the DTV transition. However, some cable and satellite providers continue to migrate lower-tier programming to higher tiers. Customers should check with their providers to see whether there will be any cable or satellite specific changes to their pay service. Ask your cable or satellite provider if you will need new equipment and when.