Television stations across the United States have until midnight tonight to turn off their analog transmitters and complete the switchover to digital broadcasting. Broadcasters have been preparing for years to help their viewers make the switch. A new product developed in Colorado will help visually impaired people in the state and across the country keep up to date on important information -- even though they can't watch the TV broadcasts that make the service possible…. KCFR's David Fender explains
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