Info & Answers
Tell Us About Your DTV Transition Day
Will TV watchers go berserk in the streets on June 12, 2009, or will the whole thing be as uneventful as Y2k? Share your D-Day stories!
June 11, 2009 by Julie Jacobson

When analog goes dark on June 12, 2009, will it be as anticlimactic as Y2k or will weird stuff happen?

Will antenna sales and installations surge, as Zip Express expects?

Will people cancel cable and satellite subscriptions en masse? About 58% of consumers say they would likely drop their service if they could get free over-the-air HDTV.

Will some 2.8 million unprepared consumers flock to A/V retailers to buy new sets when the reality of DTV Day sets in?

Will manufacturers and A/V dealers be flooded with customer service calls?

Will the DTV Transition ads finally cease?!

In the Comments section below, let us know how your day is going!

Meanwhile, we’re headed to our cabin in the remote town of Brandon, Minn., where we will have no choice but to watch Season 4 of Weeds on a Netflix DVD.

Follow Electronic House on Facebook and Twitter.

Julie Jacobson - Editor-at-large, CE Pro
Julie Jacobson is co-founder of EH Publishing and currently spends most of her time writing for CE Pro, mostly in the areas of home automation, networked A/V and the business of home systems integration. She majored in Economics at the University of Michigan, earned an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and has never taken a journalism class in her life. Julie is a washed-up Ultimate Frisbee player with the scars to prove it. Follow her on Twitter @juliejacobson.

FREE Charter Platinum Membership
Claim your FREE Charter Platinum Membership to EH Network and receive 6 FREE issues of EH Magazine.*
First Name
Last Name
Email Address

We understand your email address is private. By granting you access to the EH Network, you agree to receive email communications from us, including our newsletters. You can manage your subscription at any time in the future.
* The new EH Network launches and your free subscription begins December 2014.


Commenting is not available in this weblog entry.