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After years of hype and months of delay, the nation finally flipped the switch June 12 and entered the age of all-digital television. Kojo explores what the new digital era means — from failed promises to future innovations.
- Dick Wiley Former FCC Chairman, chairman of the federal advisory committee that developed the digital standards
- Paul Farhi Staff Writer, The Washington Post
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