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800,000 called digital TV hotline this week

Nearly 800,000 calls were received by a federal hot line this week from people confused about the nationwide move on Friday to drop analog TV signals and broadcast only in digital.Full story

No TV left behind

  June 10: Concerned citizens are trying to ensure that the estimated 3.1 million U.S. households that are not ready for this Friday's switch to DTV don't get "snowed in" when television broadcasters stop using analog signals.. NBC's Ron Mott reports.

Hundreds of TV stations cut analog signals

About a quarter of the nation's TV stations cut off their analog signals Tuesday, causing sets to go dark in households that were not prepared for digital television despite two years of warnings about the transition. Full story

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Geek Squad agent Jesse Jankowski of Best Buy in Salem, N.H., works to install a digital TV converter box that will keep an older TV set functioning at a home in Salem, N.H., Friday, June 12, 2009. TV stations across the U.S. started cutting their analog signals Friday morning, ending a 60-year run f