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" I never met anyone who truly believed that the broadcasters would give back the analog channels. In the foreseeable future, Americans were not about to throw away their 200 million analog televisions, so broadcasters would not stop sending signals to... "
Switching to Digital Television: UK Public Policy and the Market - 156. lappuse
autors: Michael Starks - 2007 - 251 lapas
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You Say You Want a Revolution: A Story of Information Age Politics

Reed E. Hundt - 2000 - 238 lapas
...they said, the broadcasters would return to the government the analog channels they currently used. I never met anyone who truly believed that the broadcasters...broadcasters would not stop sending signals to them. Nor did anyone truly think high-definition televisions would supplement analog televisions — not...
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Turning Off the Television: Broadcasting's Uncertain Future

Jock Given - 2003 - 328 lapas
...second channel to every broadcaster became less justifiable, especially if, like Reed Hundt, you'd 'never met anyone who truly believed that the broadcasters would give back the analog channels'. Bill Gates gave Hundt a number of reasons broadcasters wouldn't make a successful business from digital...
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New Television, Old Politics: The Transition to Digital TV in the United ...

Hernan Galperin - 2004
...the transition strategy created by the salient FCC leadership and the ACATS. As he later recalled, I never met anyone who truly believed that the broadcasters...broadcasters would not stop sending signals to them. Nor did anyone truly think high-definition televisions would supplement analog television - not at...
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