Streaming, cable, satellite, OTA (Over-the-Air) – there are so many TV viewing choices available to consumers today that it can be daunting. So how do you decide which service is right for you?
We’ve launched this blog to help answer the questions that come up most often about OTA, and help you get the most out your AirTV products. We’ll start by covering the basics of OTA, tips on getting started as a “cord cutter” or “cord shaver,” and how to achieve the best coverage with your current setup. Later, we will dive deeper into the mechanics of OTA and the pros/cons of all options.
We’ll also keep you up to speed on the hottest TV shows available on OTA and provide recommendations on everything you will need for the best viewing experience. And if you have questions on how to access your local stations with AirTV or how to fix possible antenna interference, we have you covered as well.
We’re thrilled that you’ve landed here to learn more about AirTV and OTA, which is quickly on the rise in U.S. households. In fact, according to Nielsen’s TV panel, one in every seven homes are now considered “over-the-air”—up 48% from eight years ago.1
Whether you are new to OTA or were an early adopter, you should learn something new, interesting, or relatable from our contributors. We also want to hear from you on the topics we should be covering on the AirTV blog, so please sign up below and share your ideas in the comments section.
Next up? Our blog post will deliver a 101 on what exactly is OTA TV and why it might be right for you. Stay tuned!
1The Nielsen Company, The Nielson Local Watch Report – Q2 2018. (2019), The Evolving Over-The-Air Home