Thursday, July 16, 2009
A month later and there are still over 1 and a half million people without TV, and the question is, do they miss it. Is this number entirely accurate? Do they even care? "According to Nielsen, 1.5 million TV households, or 1.3% of the country, remain unready for DTV as of July 12, a month after the June 12 transition date." It certainly is far less than the 5 million number that some thought would be without TV. Still, I wonder why those people have chosen not to get a DTV converter or access via cable, telco, or satellite. Perhaps they know more than we think.
Posted by Andy Hunn