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2/3/2009 5:21 PM  RssIcon

The Berkeley Art Museum on the UC-Berkeley campus will host a "funeral" for analog TV on the evening of Feb. 17, regardless of whether Congress approves delaying the transition deadline to June. The event will include a workshop for building your own transmitter, eulogies for the end of analog TV and a ceremonial "scattering of ashes" at midnight. All that plus the opportunity to recycle your old TV set!

Details here:

http://bcnm.berkeley.edu/tvfuneral/

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