Stoking HDTV with a $10,000 package

Berger, Robin
February 2001
Electronic Media;02/05/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p10
Reports on plans by Capitol Broadcasting Co.'s WRAL Digital and DTV Plus to bring its 'CompleteTV' high-definition television package to the Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, market sometime in March 2001. Components of the CompleteTV package; Agreement of Texas Instruments to pay for the digital tuner and interactive software.


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