I've had the Chinon AVi sitting on my shelf for a few months and I'm glad I finally got to it.
(AP) -- Think the digital TV transition is over? Not quite. Many viewers have found that they can't pick up certain stations after the switch, even with the right TVs or converter boxes. The stations are still trying to ...
(AP) -- The government program that provides $40 coupons for digital TV converter boxes is winding down.
It seemed so simple. Buy a government-subsidized converter box, plug it in, and sit back and enjoy the brave new world of digital television.
(AP) -- A survey sponsored by broadcasters says nearly 2.2 million households that rely on antennas for their TV reception are unprepared for the shutdown of analog TV signals on Friday.
(AP) -- People who got digital TV converter box coupons but let them expire can now apply for new ones.
(AP) -- TV stations must alert viewers if their new digital signals don't reach areas covered by their soon-to-be-defunct analog broadcasts, the Federal Communications Commission has ruled.
Converter boxes. Coupon shortages. Congressional squabbling. Mass confusion. Such hassles raise a fundamental question about the digital TV transition: What will consumers get in return? Quite a lot, actually.