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On June 12, 2009, all full-power television stations in the United States will stop broadcasting in analog and switch to 100% digital broadcasting.
Digital technology allows for a higher resolution broadcast resulting in dramatically better picture and sound quality than currently available with analog. With DTV you could also receive several TV programs at once through a new technology called "multicasting." DTV also alows interactive video and data services that are not possible with analog technology.
An often overlooked, but equally important, benefit of DTV is that it will free up scarce and valuable broadcast spectrum bandwidth for public safety and new wireless services. This is possible because the innovative technology of DTV is more efficient than analog TV technology, allowing for many new and critical uses of public airwaves.
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.