The Winter Olympics have their opening ceremony today, and cord cutters can watch it all for free with their TV antenna on NBC! If you love the Olympics as much as we do, you’ll want to check out this schedule of what events will be happening each day. We know you have a favorite sport, […]
Over the last 10 years, we have completely transformed the way people think about television antennas. The days of the tin foil rabbit ears and behemoth-size roof antennas are long gone. Because the beamwidth and gain of our HDTV antennas are so much greater, they can be installed in a variety of different places in […]
“Sweep the leg, Johnny. Sweep the leg!” Do you remember this famous villainous spiel? It is from the 1984 classic, The Karate Kid. Who didn’t hate John Kreese and his clan of prepubescent ninjas? They were always picking on the little guy in hopes of making others believe they truly mattered. Sounds like our pals […]
Cord cutting is real and happening in significant numbers now, concludes a new research report by Nielsen (which is significant itself, given Nielsen’s long-time central role in television audience measurement). The report measured year-over-year changes from Q3 2011 – Q3 2012. Here are some of the report’s key findings: – U.S. individuals spend 33 hours […]
FiOS TV Users Now Get ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU Online Verizon this week announced that they’ve expanded their licensing deal with Disney Corporation, and as a result will now offer more ESPN content streamed via broadband. In addition to the ESPN3 service (which requires that your ISP strikes special deals with ESPN to view) Verizon FiOS […]
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Antennas Direct gives advice to those who need to receive UHF and VHF over-the-air digital frequencies.
Question: If I have old TVs do I need some sort of converter box and an antenna? From Cheryl in Coppell, Texas
Answer: You do need a converter box in order to convert the new digital signals to analog signals that your older television can read ….
Do you remember Miss Teen South Carolina trying to answer that question about maps in 2007? Yes, it was painful, but it seems that Comcast CEO Brian Roberts might have watched that interview one too many times. Last week, Roberts was interviewed at the National Cable & Telecommunications convention in Los Angeles and from the […]
Another news source telling that many people are opting for broadcast TV with Antennas instead of pay high monthly cable and satellite bills. This money saving trend is carrying throughout the nation as people find they can receive all their news and entertainment needs with their local broadcast channels. Tower power: Antennas for TV reception […]
Antennas Direct president, Richard Schneider shares antenna trends with NPR coverage about basic TV. After Digital Switch, Basic TV Offers Cable Alternative By Catherine Welch Just before summer 2009’s switch from analog to digital cable, TV viewers were inundated with commercials from cable companies. They urged viewers to subscribe to cable in order to get […]