Monthly Archives: July 2010

Dude, Where’s my TV? in the News

The Napanee Beaver: EMC Northeast: Lennox and Addington may soon be without television signals *One clarification regarding the OTA TV transition in Canada.   Although broadcasters are only required to switch to digital in the mandatory markets identified by the CRTC,  … Continue reading

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Part 2: Lennox and Addington County OTA TV Signal Scout #1

Dear Dr. Shuller, As noted in Part 1 of my first Lennox and Addington County OTA TV signal scout, my trip to TVO’s Cloyne transmitter (CICO, 55 VHF) was a success. I was able to easily pull in TVO’s signal … Continue reading

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Lennox and Addington County OTA TV Signal Scout #1

Hi Kimothy, Greetings from the Township of Addington Highlands. I had a very exciting day. Well, exciting for a researcher at least. Started mapping the OTA TV signals available within the County of Lennox and Addington today. Took my first … Continue reading

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Hardware Hell: Prepping for OTA TV Mapping Scout

Hey Conky, Finally hitting the road tomorrow to start mapping OTA TV signals available within Ontario’s County of Lennox and Addington. In the spirit of embracing the digital economy, I will be mapping OTA TV signals using a netbook, a … Continue reading

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Digital Television transition in 2011 could cost consumers $73.5 million (digitalhome.ca)

Here it is.

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July 17, 2010 OTA TV transition article in the Globe & Mail

“Free television ride coming to an end” Continue reading

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