Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, along with the Digital Switchover Taskforce at the turning off of Rockhampton's analog TV.
Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, along with the Digital Switchover Taskforce at the turning off of Rockhampton's analog TV. Allan Reinikka

What a turn off for Rocky

STEPHEN Conroy turned off the analog television signal in Rockhampton this morning.

The Federal Broadband, Communications and Digital Economy Minister completed the last rites for analog in a ceremony at Customs House.

The switchover to digital affected large areas of Regional Queensland including more than 70,000 Central Queensland households.

See tomorrow's edition for a report on how the roll out has affected rental television business in Rockhampton.



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