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Charter Communications moves to all digital content

10:57 PM, Apr. 6, 2013
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Throughout central Wisconsin, all Charter Communications customers eventually will need a digital receiver to watch television, as the company is in the process of replacing all analog channels with digital channels.

Initially, the new digital receivers will be free for each television owned by customers. The current cost for a digital receiver is a $5.99 monthly fee, said John R. Miller, the company's communications director.

Customers will need a new Charter receiver because the company is increasing the amount of programming and data, which will be encrypted, Miller said. ...

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