Catching Up!

Well, it’s been a while since I’ve posted for one very good reason. AV Dawn has been out in the field! That’s right, faithful readers. Last week, I was unshackled from the desk and spent a large part of the week on a job site, installing and programming a new digital signage network. Stay tuned, as I’ll be blogging/reviewing this particular system, later this week, based on my experiences.

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DTV Transition Update

BREAKING NEWS –
The latest on the 700 mHz Transition from the FCC!

As I am sure you have all heard by now, the US House of Representatives revisited the DTV Transition deadline yesterday, voting 264-148 in favor of a bill to delay the Transition date from February 17 to June 12. This means the House passed the delay, which was passed by the Senate last week. The bill now moves to President Obama for his signature – an almost-certainty since the Obama Administration has been backing this delay all along.

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DTV Transition Update

BREAKING NEWS!!

On Monday, January 26, the US Senate passed a bill to extend the DTV transition deadline from February 17 to June 12. At its passage, the bill moved to the House for a vote. Now, it is unclear from news reports whether or not this proposed extension would affect the February 17 deadline for the restriction of the 700 mHz frequency band for wireless microphones. Indeed, a telephone call to the FCC this morning yielded as much confusion there as here on this topic! Still, it may be a moot question.

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The Hidden Dangers of the DTV Transition:

Is Your Company Prepared or Ready to Face the Consequences?
3 Things You MUST Know Before February 17, 2009!

By now, everyone’s heard about the DTV changeover on February 17th. You may have bought new TVs for your house, added cable or satellite TV upgrades, or installed converter boxes for yourself or family members. However, there’s a lot more happening on February 17th that isn’t featured in celebrity commercials and government public service announcements, and not knowing about these happenings could reduce your company’s productivity, cost a lot of money, result in legal charges, and even potentially cause death and chaos!

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