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DIGITAL TELEVISIONDigital Television DTV authorized by Congress in 1996 is an advanced technology that will change the way we watch television said Brian Codal president of our local NBC affiliate Brian went on to say that he thought this new broadcasting technology will provide us with a better picture improved sound quality multiple programming choices and interactive capabilitiesThe United States is not the first country to turn off analog broadcasting and switch to digital broadcasting The first country to make a switch was Luxembourg followed by the Netherlands Finland Andorra Sweden Norway Switzerland Belgium and Germany The switch to digital broadcasting was originally scheduled in the US for February 17 2009 but the DTV Delay Act changed the conversion date to June 12 2009 insteadIt is possible to receive digital television in a number of different ways One of the oldest ways to receive DTV is by using an antenna However a conversion box is required to review DTV this way Other ways to receive DTV include cable television digital satellite and IPTV receiving signals by Internet Protocol How you receive your DTV signal may of course depend on how much you are willing to spendAccording to Suzanne Myers Dream Television President DTV has several advantages over analog television Perhaps the most significant advantage is that digital channels take up less bandwidth and this means that broadcasters can provide more digital channels in the same available space DTV also permits multiplexing more than one program on the same channel and electronic program guidesIf you have any questions about DTV contact your local television station and they will provide you with answers to your questions
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