An antenna is a great way to watch 100% free HD TV from networks like ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC. Not only that, but in many areas you will also find networks like PBS, The CW, Comet, Buzzr, MeTV, and so many more. Here are a few you might want to consider this holiday season.
Did you know many local channels will be changing their channel number soon? This is part of the recent FCC auction of locals that will force many channels to switch channel numbers this year or next year. That is on top of all the new locals that went live earlier this year and will be rolling out later this year. One or more of them may be right where you live; however, if you don’t look you will never know they are there.
The ability to scan your antenna with your TV to only show stations you can pick up is a great feature.
Are you thinking about cord cutting? Are the high cable TV costs plus the fees and long-term contracts driving you crazy? There is good news. Cord cutting may be a great fit for you.
A TV antenna used to mean spindly pairs of telescoping metal rods (“rabbit ears”) that required clever positioning (and maybe a little aluminum foil) to work. Luckily, modern technology has whisked antennas into the 21st century. Most popular types today look more like a sheet of paper than a robot rabbit’s noggin and offer high-quality HD broadcasts that best live TV streaming services like SlingTV, and PlayStation Vue, and even cable or satellite.