Last updated: February 21, 2008 - 8:53am
DTV TRANSITION: THE SKY IS NOT FALLING
[SOURCE: tvnewsday, AUTHOR: ]
A Q&A with Consumer Electronic Association head Gary Shapiro. While broadcasters wring their hands about the DTV transition, Shapiro appears supremely confident that the country will get past the February 2009 analog cut-off with little disruption or complaint. But he says that CEA's cooperative spirit with broadcasters on the transition does not extend to white spaces.
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