It’s finally here — analog has ended. Brian Stelter writes in the New York Times:
Across the United States today, television stations will power down the analog signals that have sent TV shows into homes for six decades.
Friday represents the deadline for the country’s transition to fully digital television broadcasting. Throughout the day, TV stations are switching off analog and in many cases moving to new positions on the channel dial.
What will this mean for network news in the days/weeks to come? We’ll see…