As of today, Tivo is dropping there monthly subscription for their Roamio DVR for recording over the air TV signals. And by “dropping”, I mean completely getting rid off. Not only that, but they have increased the internal storage of the device from 500 to 1000 gigabytes. This is major news. The Tivo Roamio has […]
TV Antennas and OTA DVRs
Articles on the following pages provide information relating to watching broadcast TV using a TV antenna and reviews of various TV antennas.
Readers of this blog know that a digital TV antenna will provide network TV shows for free. It’s an easy way to watch live events like the Academy Awards and The Olympics. Aside from all that, an antenna will also give you access to your local markets NFL team, PGA events, Pro Tennis, and more. […]
We recently moved all our furniture around in our house. It was essentially a room swap where the living room, along with the television, moved to the dining room. Of course I did this without considering the lack of an outlet for the TV antenna. We have a Mohu Sky 60 on our roof, which […]
This post is how I grounded my antenna using the “National Electrical Code” in the United States. Rules may differ from state to state, and in other countries. So, always check your local rules and regulations before doing any work on your house. I am not a professional antenna installer and there are different variables […]
A few years ago, my wife and I decided to keep a TV diary to see which networks we watched. It turned out that 90% of the time we were watching networks like ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox. These channels are on broadcast television and can be received for free, in HD, and have a crystal clear […]
I love getting emails from readers with questions about how to watch TV without cable. Word is spreading that you can save thousands of dollars on a cable bill and still enjoy your favorite programs. As I said in my Mohu Leaf Review, TV from an antenna is crystal clear. The picture quality is much […]