The shutdown of U.S. analog TV service on June 12 appears to have gone relatively smoothly, but as expected, a lot of viewers are having problems getting the stations they want, reports the Associated Press. The problems have ensnared even the technologically sophisticated. Wally Grotophorst in Hamilton, Va., got a "digital" antenna for his digital TV last year. But on June 12, he lost the Washington-based ABC and CBS stations, channels 7 and 9, which he could pick up digitally before the transition. That's because those stations, like dozens of others, switched their digital signals from the UHF frequency band...

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