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On June 12, 2009, all over-the-air TV stations have been mandated by the Government to broadcast digital only (also known as DTV) signals. Digital signals provide an improved viewing experience and will help free up space on the broadcast spectrum.
In order to watch DTV on your old analog television set, a converter box may be required. Learn more about government DTV coupons, converter Boxes, and how to improve your reception.
Begin here to start learning about converter boxes and the digital transition.
Update: The US government has ended the DTV converter box coupon program, but options are still available to consumers for receiving digital signals. Also, your TV may already be able to receive digital broadcast signals; check our, is my TV ready for digital signals guide.
Did You Know: Converter Boxes
If your TV is not equipped with a digital tuner, you will need to purchase a new television set or equip your old TV with a converter box.
If you have already installed your converter box, but are still unable to receive DTV signals; Try rescanning you converter box to find new channels.
Did You Know: More Digital Converter Box Tips
TVs sold with a digital tuner do not require a converter box. All new television sets sold in the US in 2011 are equipped with a digital tuner.
If you're located within a 15 mile radius of TV broadcast towers, you will most likely be able to use an indoor antenna to be able to receive DTV channels.