Analog users still have a few months to convert to digital, and the government — and supermarkets — are willing to help. The Federal Communications Commission currently requires that full-power television stations cease analog broadcasting and convert to digital by midnight on Feb. 17, 2009. Since many consumers wish to use analog-only televisions that are not connected to cable or satellite service, the federal government authorized a rebate of $40 toward the purchase of a digital ...

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