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Discussion in 'Local Reception' started by dorfd1, May 13, 2009.
Apparently the FCC does not think we are ready yet.
I have not seen anything to that affect yet. Where did you see this?
I just looked at www.fcc.gov and it has a posting date of today and says 30 days and counting. So, I don't think this is true.
Yes, please provide a link. I haven't heard anything about this...
is the coupon program bankrupt yet and how many people aren't ready? thise two factors could cause the FCC to delay it again.
here is a link.
I was off by 20 days
The FCC didn't mandate the last delay. Congress is the body that performed that miracle.
From the link: You are reading Legislature pushes for another DTV transition delay, posted by Tom Lavery on April 01, 2009 at 2:01 pm.
Note the posting date..... :lol:
Recent articles indicate all is well and around 3 million are now unprepared, not enough to delay.
Some two million U.S. households are unprepared for the digital transition, according to estimates released Friday by the National Association of Broadcasters. According to a tracking poll by Nielsen Media Research, about 3.5 million households remain unprepared, about half as many as in December.
Look at the date of the story and think about what that date represents very carefully. I think you'll find that you should have checked your facts more thoroughly.
Gotta check the source dates ...
"Thanks to PBRTV reader Josh Kiddenya for this breaking news update."
Just kidding you.
I said december 5th and the source said 25th I was off by 20 days.
When James was referring to the "source date", he meant the date of the article, not the alleged transition date.
Re-visit the article and report back the date that it was "published".
It was published 4/1/09.
Anything special about that date come to mind??
...and we're done here.
"Cleanup in aisle 3 please!"
Well now I don't have to worry. Good news!
Wow. This thread is a classic.
Wow only a month and a half late.... I thought I caught on slooowwwww