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What You Need To Get HD Channels Over-the-Air

Even though it's been close to nine years since the DTV conversion (when analog TV signals ceased to exist) and twenty years since the...

How To Cut-the-Cord and Watch Free HD Channels Over-the-Air

Have you been thinking about "cutting the cord" and going with internet-only based programming from a service such as CBS All Access, Sling TV,...

Cut the Cord & Go with Free TV Over-the-Air?

Thinking of "cutting the cord?" Or maybe you already have? With plenty of options out there between Hulu, Netflix, and other internet services it's...

Time Warner Cable NYC going all digital TV

Free ride over for TWC customers grabbing basic analog channels via coaxial. Time Warner Cable customers in the New York City area will no longer...

Watch local TV live on iPad & iPhone

Want to watch local TV on your iPad for free? Elgato recently released the EyeTV Mobile TV tuner for Apple iPad and iPhone, which...

HDTV over the air – What do you need?

There seems to be a lot of interest these days in getting high-definition television and movies over-the- air. This page will tell you what you need to get started to get HD programming and movies in your home or office using just an antenna -- no cable or satellite service required.

Boxee Live TV USB tuner to ship Jan. 2012

Boxee has starting taking pre-orders a USB dongle that'll allow you to watch live TV over-the-air. The USB-connecting device looks like other DTV tuners such as the Pinnacle PCTV and the Elgato Eye TV, with a male USB connector on one side and female coaxial cable connector for your antenna on the other.

Boxee Box to support live TV over-the-air

Boxee Box's upcoming 1.5 software update will apparently support live TV tuning via a special USB dongle. The dongle will capture over-the-air local broadcasts...

Dish loses 17 networks as LIN pulls plug

If you had trouble finding local news on your channel lineup this weekend, here's why. LIN Media pulled the plug on 17 local networks...

How do I find HD channels in my area?

The question I still get quite often is "How do I find HD channels in my area?" To find HD channels in your local area...