Join the millions of people who are eliminating their satellite and cable bills with a HD antenna! With a new HD outdoor and indoor antennas, you can get all your local TV channels in stunning HD quality for free! No contracts, no commitments, no monthly fees...just free HDTV.
REASONS TO BUY AN ANTENNA
If you're unsatisfied with the increasing cost of cable and satellite TV, you'll be delighted with the noteworthy number of free programming possibilities available over the air. Supplementary channels are available, and the major television networks like FOX, ABC, CBS, NBC AND PBS have lengthened their channel lists, broadcasting lots of new and specialized content along with your favorite shows. There are many FREE channels depending on your location and strength of your antenna.
Peace of Mind
Cable and satellite providers pay programmers fees to carry their networks or local stations. When contracts end, they negotiate new agreements, and most the time we never hear about them. But sometimes programmers an increase that’s two, three times more what they’ve ever received, and same channels. An antenna gives you security knowing you have contact to programming should your cable or satellite provider fails at the negotiation table.
If you've ever been enticed into a great deal from a cable company, you may have found yourself locked into a one- or two-year contract with that company, restraining your immediate independence in a rapidly changing broadcasting field. Join the millions of consumers who are removing their satellite TV and cable bills with a HD antenna. No contracts, no commitments, no monthly fees.
Better Picture Quality
The switch to digital TV broadcasting has disregarded the most annoying picture distortions, snow and ghosting that made the old analog off-air reception so hit-or-miss. With digital TV signals (both standard-definition and high-definition), you'll either see a crisp, ghost-free picture or no picture at all. Because local and syndicated programming may not be in high-definition, it's typical for local stations to broadcast their digital signals in standard-definition during the day, then switch to full widescreen HDTV during primetime.