Pennsylvania reportedly has become the first state to invest in the transition to digital television (DTV), a technology that could dramatically enrich the video resources available in the nation's schools.

The Pennsylvania legislature has issued a $3 million grant to two of its public television stations, WITF-TV in Harrisburg and WHYY-TV in Philadelphia, to help introduce digital TV (DTV) programming to the state's residents. John Bailey, director of educational technology for the state's Department of Education, said the grant will have a huge impact on educational programs for the state's schools.

"We're moving from an era in which we watch TV


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