Caught some major network (ABC?) Saturday morning cartoons today. The network ran a self-promo full of cartoonish animal-like things. It asked the kids watching to tell their cable company (via their parents, I *think*) to carry that network's digital signal.

I've given some thought to the advantage cable companies have, being able to continue sending analog signals to customers after the digital drop-dead date, but hadn't thought about why the over-the-air networks might be upset that the cable advantage would cost them resources. Thanks, Saturday morning cartoons, for clearing that up for me.

Wear white, buy used books, and don't forget to get your $40 pork-producing DTV tuner coupons quickly!.