Springs will go digital June 12
If you're not following the minutae of the DTV transition delay, this may seem like an "uh duh" statement, but in many places, possibly including Denver, one or more TV stations plans to shut down their analog transmitters on Feb. 17 as originally scheduled.
Even making calls to the local stations this morning, there were different theories and rumors about who might or might not make the switch.
In any case, as of 2:06 p.m. Monday, all the locals are planning on keeping their analog signals running through June 12.
Which is too bad, in a way. Having one or more of the local stations shut down their analog transmitter would probably be a very, very effective way to get the OTA DTV foot-draggers off their couches and into the store to buy a converter box.