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Is Your Internet Able to Support Cord Cutting?


November 12, 2019

If you want to cut the cord, one of the main determining factors that people continue to overlook is their Internet connection. Where I live, you’re lucky to find two or three Internet providers. And I can confidently tell you that one of them is not going to support streaming often. Your broadband connection needs […]

NASA to Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Moon Landing with TV Broadcast, Events


NASA will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon mission on Friday, July 19 with a live broadcast which will also look at future exploration of the Moon and Mars. Partner-led events will also be held across the country from July 16-July 20. Astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Neil Armstrong and Michael Collins took off […]

3 Exciting New Technologies That Over-the-Air Antenna Users Should Know About


November 11, 2019

Over-the-air antennas allow you to receive free television , but we all know that there are drawbacks, too. You won’t be able to watch all of your premium cable channels, and you also won’t have all of the features that cable boxes offer. But companies are working on fixing all of that. There are three key […]

The 7 Best Streaming Services for 2019


Cord cutters have more options than ever when it comes to TV entertainment. Along with an indoor antenna – which allows you to watch broadcast television for free – you have a wealth of streaming services to choose from. Some of the best streaming services this year include: 1. Hulu Hulu was a pioneer in […]

The Most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Indoor Antennas


Indoor antennas are easy to install and use, but many people still have a lot of questions about how they work, how to use them and what channels they’ll be able to watch. There’s still a lot of misinformation out there, so we’re hoping to clear the air by answering some of your most pressing […]

Your Guide to Cutting the Cord with Data Caps


Data caps are holding Internet users back. There are data caps not only on mobile devices but the Internet, too. When you cut the cord, you’ll be relying on the Internet for a lot of your content. If you exceed your data cap, you may be spending significantly more for your Internet. Internet providers that […]

Why Plex is a Must-Have If You Own a TV Antenna


June 18, 2019

You’ve gotten rid of obstructions that affect OTA signals, and you’ve cut-the-cord. But there is something missing: DVR. Cable does have the benefit of allowing you to DVR shows so that you can watch them later. For someone who has a busy schedule, DVR allows you to watch your favorite television shows later. Tape them […]

What is ATSC 3.0?


June 17, 2019

I recently wrote a post on 4K television and what that means for indoor TV antennas. In that post, I talked a lot about ATSC 3.0, a new type of broadcasting standard that networks may adopt in the near future. Even if you haven’t heard much about ATSC 3.0, you certainly will in the coming […]

Lost Television Stations? Rescan in 2019 to Get Them Back


Have you lost television stations in 2019? A lot of people have, but before you go crawling back to the over-priced cable companies, it’s time to sit down and read this article. What happened was that a lot of television stations have decided to move to new broadcast frequencies. It doesn’t happen often, but when […]

7 Helpful Roku Tips and Tricks for Cord Cutters


Many cord cutters love Roku’s streaming devices. When combined with an antenna, you gain access to a rich variety of content. It’s an inexpensive way to enjoy more entertainment, and Roku is so easy to set up. Roku gives you access to both public and private channels, the ability to stream music, and the option […]

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Jack

Jack here. I’m the admin behind Best HD Antenna – a site for hardcore cord cutters. I’ve been struggling to find a way to help friends and family cut the cord