Charles Golvin

Principal Analyst, Forrester Research

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February 18 is D-Day for the conversion of all broadcasting  from analogue to digital TV .

D-Day for Analog Conversion to Digital

February 18 is D-Day for the conversion of all broadcasting from analogue to digital TV .

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