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Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor WDAY 5 p.m. anchor TJ Nelson is seen in both the old 4:3 TV shape and the new 16:9 on the side of one of the station's new 720p high-definition studio cameras. The station is the first in the area to go to an HD broadcast.

WDAY newscasts go high-def

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WDAY TV began airing its newscasts in high definition on Feb. 20, making it the first and only station in the area offering high-definition newscasts.

Jeff Nelson, WDAY's news director, said the move complements other recent technological improvements made at WDAY - which is owned by Forum Communications Co., The Forum's parent company.

Q: How will the change affect what people see on their TVs? Will it matter to people who do not have HD TV sets?

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