Charter ends all analog broadcasting

Medford, Ore. -- Charter customers getting basic cable can expect to spend more as the company ends all analog broadcasting.

Those who have a digital receiver are in the clear but any television with a direct connection from the wall to the television set will need to upgrade.

Charter says customers making the transition can expect to pay about $7.00 per box, per month for each television.

Tomorrow, April 1st Crescent City viewers with analog only televisions will need to upgrade to a digital receiver box.

Here's a look at when changes will occur in your area:

Charter Analog Phase Out

April 1 - Crescent City, Ca

April 8 - Klamath Falls, Or

April 15 - Grants Pass, Rogue River, White City, Eagle Point, Ashland

April 22 - Central Point, Talent, Phoenix

April 29 - Medford

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