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     TV Overview

Describes how the digital format for USA television broadcasting has enabled a roof top, or indoor TV antenna to bring in considerably more TV stations than before. We send you to a website that can show you where your TV broadcast towers are and what TV station channels you might get in your neighborhood so you might determine whether a local antenna is worth your effort.

  

     Streaming Overview

In the Streaming area you will find information on some of the larger streaming services available, both free, and viewer paid.

The section on sticks looks at the handheld remotes that make life easier for finding and playing internet programs and movies on your television set.

  

     Library

Section provides three companies that provide a free service for you to "borrow" movies, audiobooks, podcasts, and more from your local library and select US universities.

  

  Internet streaming services

Sites listed on this site have the broadcast rights to provide their streams in the USA legally at the time this information was published. There are many more legal streaming sites available. We just picked streaming sites that are nationally reviewed and have financial backing from legitimate sources. Well-known companies, such as Disney, Amazon and Apple offer, or have announced plans to offer streaming solutions.

 

  ATSC 3 = Advanced Television Systems Committee. Also referred to as Next Gen TV:

This section provides information on new broadcast technical specifications. Our page provides information on features that are coming in ATSC 3.

  

All TV broadcast stations are expected to be converted by 2023. Today's TV sets will not be able to view programs broadcast in ATSC 3; However, all stations must continue to broadcast in today's format for five years.

  

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