2736Re: Digital TV
- May 5, 2004Of course not. No one wants to tell anyone. The government doesn't
want to let everyone know that they sold the digital stations at a
Television manufacturers don't want to tell people that the
televisions in the showrooms are going to be obsolete in a few years.
Local broadcasters don't want to let everyone know that they will be
showing substandard material until they upgrade. No one wants to say
Interesting things about the broadcasting. Has anyone ever worried
about the "v-chip?" I mean, since it is designed to interupt
television reception, and the emergency alert system is nationwide,
what happens if there is something that the government doesn't want
people to know? Can the government activate the "v-chip" through the EAS?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "dghprobe3" <dghprobe3@a...> wrote:
> --- In probe_control, "Morningstar" wrote:
> > First, the stations have already been sold. They were auctioned off
> > several years ago...
> Ahh, thanks for the info. Evidently I'd been reading dated info on
> the auctioning of stations. But I was wondering if the Average Joe
> is aware these changes are about to take place, soon to be mandatory
> within the next few years.
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