Analogue TV Is Now Dead In Certain Parts Of South Australia And Broken Hill

Analogue TV Is Now Dead In Certain Parts Of South Australia And Broken Hill
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 src=The ritual killing off of analogue TV across the country continued yesterday when at 9am, analogue TV transmission equipment was switched off at 21 different locations across regional South Australia and Broken Hill.

Analogue transmissions ended across the Spencer Gulf, Riverland, Mount Gambier and South-East South Australia areas and Broken Hill. It’s the second switchoff of analogue signals for the country, following Mildura back in June. The next switchoff happens on May 5 for key regional areas in Victoria.

Hopefully the switch to digital was as painless as planned. Anybody from any of these areas experience any dramas?

[via TVTonight]