My decision to use an antenna is two-fold. I don’t want to pay for premium high definition service and I want to receive a reliable signal during severe thunderstorms.
My life’s situation is an example of what an antenna can do for you. Really, the benefits are what you make of them:
By using an antenna you get access to your local broadcast TV station’s free analog and digital (HD) signals, though access to analog ends on February 17, 2009. Another benefit is that in some markets you might be able to receive local channels that aren’t offered by your cable/satellite provider. Or, you might receive out of market stations from a nearby city or town.
Peace of Mind
An antenna can give you security knowing that you have access to programming should your cable or satellite reception fails.Financial
Receiving over-the-air signals is free, which means you don’t have to subscribe to your cable or satellite provider’s HD package to watch local channels in digital or high definition.Convinced? Here are some top indoor and outdoor antennas.