DTV Vote Applauded

Hearn, Ted
December 2004
Multichannel News;12/13/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 50, p56
Reports on the endorsement by Jon Cody, an aide to U.S. Federal Communications Commission Chairman Michael Powell, of a nonbiding resolution adopted by the U.S. Congress that calls for a firm deadline to end the transition to digital television. Benefits of the end of the DTV transition to viewers; Decision of the U.S. Congress in a resolution calling for a new law in 2005 designed to end the DTV transition as soon as December 31, 2006; Percentage of television households the transition is allowed to run.


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