DTV Presentation To Be Held At GVT Expo 2008

If you are involved in the audio visual electronic industry, an avid Home Theater enthusiast, or even a fan of entertainment electronics in general, you will not want to miss the Government Video Technology Expo 2008. This year the expo will be held December 2-4 at The Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. There will be a very detailed exhibit from the the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History as well as over 200 other displays. The Smithsonian will be featuring one of its’ newest and technological advanced achievements; The AV intensive Sant Ocean Hall a modern museum experience. This awe inspiring exhibit hall in the museum was a joint effort between the Smithsonian and The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Project manager Elizabeth Musteen will be giving a detailed look into how this amazing technology works.

In additional to these national audio visual related exhibits, the Federal Communication Commission will also be making a presentation on DTV. FCC Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein will be speaking about the upcoming analog to digital transition that will change the way we watch television. He will be reiterating the benefits of this major transition. The upcoming deadline for purchasing your converter boxes and digital antennas is less than 100 days away, only six weeks after Christmas on February 17, 2009. The FCC has been on a National Tour to inform consumers of the upcoming DTV conversion.

-Written by acwriter

Ref: Wallstreet Journal Market Watch Article

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