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Verizon Shuts Off Analog In Maryland, Northern Virginia

Verizon, as part of its promise to federal regulators to eliminate analog TV service for FiOS TV, will stop distributing analog versions of broadcast signals in Maryland and Northern Virginia starting July 21.

The telco told the Federal Communications Commission last year it would stop sending analog television signals to customers, which it provided so that those channels could be viewed without a set-top box.

Verizon has already phased out analog service in other areas, including New York,  New Jersey and Massachusetts.