The calls keep coming in to a federal hot line, from people confused about the end of analog TV signals.
Friday was the day TV stations across the country dropped the old analog signals, and could broadcast only in digital.
On Friday alone, the Federal Communications Commission says 317,000 calls went to the help line -- 1-888-CALL-FCC.
More than 100,000 additional calls came in today -- bringing the total for the week to nearly 800,000.
That still doesn't match the number that the FCC had initially expected would call on transition day.
Most of the 100 million U.S. households with TV sets weren't affected, because they get their signals through cable or satellite companies.
The FCC says 20 TV stations that had been on the air had to go dark because they hadn't yet set up their digital broadcast equipment.
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