The move to digital television broadcasting reflects the change in production, storage and viewing of television content. Digital transmission adds features that analog services are unable to support and there is a flexibility in the use of transmission bandwidth that is also not possible with analog broadcasts.
As far as the viewer is concerned, digital television broadcasts allow far more channels to be received and normally with better image quality than seen with analog.
Buy a new digital ready tv, get a digital receiver Sky or Freeview for your analogue tv
It would not appear that digital television has changed the world, yet.
so tv companies can force you to purchase high priced digital tvs, its just 1 big scam
If you mean 720 to 1080, If the TV is capable of 1080, it's done automatically in the TV set.
The time it took to change analog television signals to all digital took about 25 years. It started around 1986 and many television stations had converted over to digital signal by the year 2010. Persons who owned analog televisions had to either buy a new digital television or use a converter box to get a clear signal.
No you do not need a digital tv if you have a digital antenna. But you will need a digital to analog converter box if you have an analog tv and a digital antenna.
Only if you have a digital output on your cable box. If not, it'll end up being a digital signal, converted to analog and then reconverted by your TV back to digital. Besides, the digital changeover date is only for local television stations when they turn off their analog transmitters. This means that if you currently have cable or satellite with analog outp[uts, that aspect of it shouldn't change.
The signal sent to the TV must be a digital signal as well.
Yes. You just need a VCR plugged into your TV. Having a digital converter box going to your TV has nothing to do with being able to use a VCR or DVD player.
The channel moved to Time Warner's digital channels. TV Guide decided to get away from the channel listings and focus more on their own programming. With the change in channel numbers comes a change in who is able to watch the TV Guide channel on Time Warner. In order to view the digital channels, viewers need a digital box connected to each television at an extra cost.
none of my televisions are digital... yet.