Public broadcaster WGBH Boston said it has "flipped the switch" and begun complete broadcast operations at its new all-digital studio complex in Brighton.
For the past two weeks, WGBH has been broadcasting television programs from its long-time studios in Allston, but the Allston operations ceased yesterday as WGBH's two analog TV stations - WGBH 2 and WGBH 44 - and their two digital counterparts began broadcasting from the new studios, WGBH said.
WGBH said it had already begun broadcasting much of its radio programming from the new facility.
"As we prepare to move the last of our production units from Allston to Brighton, we're looking forward to embracing the technological capabilities of our new studios to fulfill our public service mission in ways that were unimaginable when WGBH was founded in 1951," WGBH president Henry Becton Jr. said in a statement.
(By Chris Reidy, Globe staff)