Margaret's Musings: The digital divide - welcoming a new era of television
Normal television viewing for many Americans came to an end June 12. The people generally referred to as the Greatest Generation have a new challenge to overcome, especially if they live in an area that just happens to be 50 miles from the closest broadcast station.
Such is the case with many across America. Over 17 million Americans still rely on antennas to bring them their signals, and many of those are outside a reception area.