The FCC and the death of analog TV

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3 Responses to The FCC and the death of analog TV

  1. Avatar jonah says:

    I’ve seen that for the past two years. Why would there be a requirement for every teevee to have a digital interpreter aboard? Is it gathering evidence of everything you watch on the Television? How about what we listen to on the radio?

    ThoughtCriminals beware…

    Big Brother actually IS watching what you watch.

  2. Avatar The 13th says:

    Big Brother always wants to sell you a watch.

    From blog to bureaucracy, citizen to society, time keeping is commonly traded by the forwards of the young, the rears of the old, and a cultural sales tax.

    In communications, how this is done is known as the Medium, Brother.

  3. Avatar The 13th says:

    Don’t wait for your TV to save you!

    Behold: “The Convenient Solution”:

    Consider: “What are we Waiting For?”


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