Comcast Digital Delivery Brings You
KBTC in High Definition!
for KBTC viewers. By moving to all-digital, Comcast can continue to offer more
channels, more HD, more On Demand, and eventually faster internet speeds. Many communities can now enjoy KBTC in beautiful, HIGH DEFINITION on channel 108.
Through March 2013, Comcast will eliminate analog channels and bring
you the crisp video and audio of digital delivery. Comcast’s goal is to make this
process as easy as possible for viewers. First, as they transition to this new digital
network, they will continue to offer the channels in analog. As they upgrade them
exclusively to digital, they will discontinue the analog delivery only after they have
extensively communicated with viewers through letters, direct mail, bill messages, and
automated voice messages.
|Schedule|| Comcast's best estimate |
at this time (subject to change)
|Oct - Dec 2012
||Tacoma, Fife, University Place, Pierce County, Vashon Island, Aberdeen, Grays Harbor County, Burlington, Skagit County |
| Jan - Mar 2013
||Seattle, Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, East King County, Bremerton, Kitsap County, Shelton, Mason County, Olympia, Thurston County, Centralia, Lewis County|
You can be ready for the switch by getting your Digital Transport Adapter now from
Comcast. You may receive up to three devices for no extra charge by calling
Comcast at 1-877-634-4434 or going online to www.comcast.com/digitalnow.
The digital transport adapter isn’t much bigger than a VHS tape box and is easy to install and user friendly. For more information, visit this Comcast web page.