News reports say Consumers Union late today asked the heads of the U.S. Congressional committees with telecommunications oversight, as well as the current and future administrations, to consider delaying the February 17th transition from analog to digital TV because of all the money problems and coupon delays plaguing the program to equip consumers with the necessary converter boxes. In response, Rep. Ed Markey, chairman of the House Telecommunications & Internet Subcommittee, says the date may have to move.
Mess Over DTV May Mean Postponement
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