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Fry's Electronics, Inc. NAL here.
CompUSA, Inc. NAL here.
Best Buy Co., Inc. NAL here.
Circuit City Stores, Inc. NAL here.
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and Sam's West, Inc. NAL here.
Sears Roebuck and Co., Kmart Corporation NAL here.
Target Corporation NAL here.
Syntax-Brillian Corporation FORFEITURE ORDER & NAL here.
Polaroid Corporation NAL here.
Proview International Holdings, Ltd. NAL here.
Precor Incorporated NAL here.


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   April 10, 2008 Janice Wise (202) 418-8165


   Washington, D.C. -- The Federal Communications Commission has adopted 11
   enforcement orders related to the DTV transition (see attached). The
   Commission's DTV-related enforcement efforts have focused on protecting
   consumers from unknowingly buying televisions that will not allow
   consumers to enjoy the full benefits of the digital transition. The orders
   demonstrate the Commission's commitment to strong enforcement in promoting
   the successful transition to digital television.

   Specifically, the Commission adopted:

     * Seven Notices of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture (NAL) for
       violations of its DTV labeling requirements. These requirements
       protect consumers from unknowingly purchasing television receivers
       incapable of receiving over-the-air digital programming.

     * A Forfeiture Order and Further Notice of Apparent Liability and an NAL
       for digital tuner rule violations. Enforcement in this area, which
       restricts the importation and interstate shipment of analog-only
       televisions, helps protect consumers from purchasing televisions that
       cannot receive digital signals.

     * Two NALs for violations of its V-Chip rules. These rules ensure that
       consumers' television receivers are capable of adapting to changes in
       the content advisory rating system.

   Press Contacts: Janice Wise (202) 418-8165 and Mary Diamond (202) 418-2388

                                    - FCC -

           DTV Labeling,V-Chip and Tuner Orders Adopted April 9, 2008

   DTV Labeling NALs

     * Sears, Roebuck, K-Mart $1,096,000

     * Wal-Mart Stores/Sam's West $992,000

     * Circuit City Stores $712,000

     * Fry's Electronics $384,000

     * Target Corporation $296,000

     * Best Buy Co. Inc. $280,000

     * CompUSA, Inc. $168,000


   DTV Tuner Actions

     * Syntax-Brillian $1,266.100

     * Precor Inc. $357,900


   DTV V-Chip NALs

     * Polaroid Corporation $775,000

     * Proview Technology, Inc. $300,000



   Federal Communications Commission

   445 12th Street, S.W.

   Washington, D. C. 20554

   This is an unofficial announcement of Commission action. Release of the
   full text of a Commission order constitutes official action.

   See MCI v. FCC. 515 F 2d 385 (D.C. Circ 1974).

                                        News Media Information 202 / 418-0500


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