Almost 3 million U.S. homes -- 60,000 households in the Washington area alone -- could wake up Saturday to a blank TV screen.
TV's Digital Transition Doesn't Have to Cause Headaches The transition from analog to digital television may have inflicted more confusion on the American public than any other electronic upgrade in history. No other technological switch -- not going from Windows XP to Vista, not migrating from CDs to MP3s, not trading in maps for GPS guidance -- seem...
Gearing Up for TV's Digital Transition As broadcasters upgrade to digital signals, many television viewers are unsure how to adapt. Jason Oxman of the Consumer Electronics Association and Brian Danza of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration prepare you for the switch. Editor's Note: This video was shot before the DTV deadline was postponed to June 12, 2009.
Digital Signal Sources Below are the 10 largest digital broadcasters that cover the Washington area. For optimal reception, viewers should point their antennas toward these areas.