Charter Says No to DTAs
Digital transport adapters may offer a cheap option for cable operators that are looking to go all-digital, but the simple channel-zappers won't play a starring role in Charter Communications Inc.
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#1 Feb 25, 2013
I think this is a big mistake. This should be offered if they screamble the "old analog" signals. If they do not scramble the "standard" line up. This will save them money and customers will be much happier, except those with old Analog TV set.
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#3 Jun 24, 2013
Well the rules must be same for all. Not up to a particular small region as telecom is a big space covering industry.
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