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Preparing for the Future of Television
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Old fashioned TV Broadcasts havent changed much in decades. But before you know it, those rabbit ears on top of the living room set wont pick up a thing. Digital TV is coming. So what do you need to know to stay tuned in? Then its a huge generation that impacts us all. Well hear from an expert for the latest on the Baby Boomers. Plus - want to avoid a cold or the flu this winter? We have some simple things you can do to stay healthy!
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The Transition to High Definition
On Feb. 17, 2009, television stations in the US will stop broadcasting in analog and switch to 100% digital broadcasting. US Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez outlines what consumers need to know about the HDTV transition, and explains how the old analog frequencies will be used.
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Generation Ageless: How Baby Boomers are Changing the Way We Live Today
J. Walker Smith is an expert on marketing and social trends, and President of Yankelovich, Inc, a demographic research firm. His organization recently conducted a new in-depth study of the Baby Boom generation. He talks about the continuing changes as the Boomers begin to approach retirement age. And he believes that Boomers will continue to shape society and marketplaces as they age.
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Protecting Yourself Against Cold and Flu
Dr. Robert Bogosian, , microbiologist, epidemiologist, immunologist and expert on infectious diseases explains the most common ways colds and the flu are spread, and the most important steps you can take to avoid illness.
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