Maxent and Olevia fined for trafficking analog TVs

Every HD fan knows that you can't sell analog TVs anymore, but evidently some manufactures just don't get it. The FCC has notified Regent U.S.A. and Syntax-Brillian that there is an "apparent liability for forfeiture" (read fine) for $63K and $2.9M, respectively, for "willful and repeated violations." Sure, budget TVs are great and all, but not if that means we have to explain to our parents why their brand new flat panel TV doesn't work with bunny ears after the analog shutoff.