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New technology and consumers’ viewing habits are changing the face of TV. What was once thought of as a mere possibility is now a reality, as consumers like you want more choices and flexibility in your viewing experiences.

And even now, with so many options for entertainment, broadcast TV is still the top choice among consumers.

Digital broadcasting is bringing consumers hyperlocal content critical to their lives and communities, while seamlessly integrating the latest technologies in TV entertainment. And advancements such as mobile DTV will put this free TV in the palm of your hand. Sporting events, breaking news coverage and the best quality HD – all of the things you love available for free and anywhere you are.

The future of TV is now.

8 Comments Add your own

  • 1. C Wolfe  |  July 20, 2011 at 11:53 am

    Who are you? The lack of information on your website affects your credibility in a negative way.

    • 2. thefutureoftvblog  |  August 8, 2011 at 3:45 am

      The Future of TV website is brought to you by the National Association of Broadcasters. We represent free, local television and radio stations and advocate on their behalf to ensure our hundreds of millions of viewers and listeners continue to enjoy the lifeline services and free entertainment local stations provide.

  • 3. steve johns 11-22-1952  |  July 20, 2011 at 1:53 pm

    This is about the only thing that is still free,I am a senior,on a fixed income and i cant aford the high price of cable,How much more of us do the thiefs in wasington want from us???? It used to be,,you worked for the gov. because you cared about this country,and they didnt make much money,but had good benifets….NOW,,,there all crooks and thiefs,and make millions of dollars….COME ON PEOPLE……..

  • 4. Melody Henriksen  |  July 26, 2011 at 4:03 pm

    Well we have since our marriage of 41 years have always had sprectrum/over the air broadcast TV. For a number of years we tried full time satelite TV. Then tapper down to half the year. We are now in a state that we will no longer choose cable or satelite tv as our option. Cost being the biggest factor but also having tried the digital change over we have increased the number of channels that we have now grown to enjoy,

    We are very very please with the our local stations to supply us with updated current news as it is happening, We also enjoy the entertainment factor of varing degrees of abc, cbs, nbc fox national news that gives national news.

    Until we upgrade our mobile devices to receive that will put broadcasting in the palm of our hand, we applaud the spectrum/over the air connect to be available through this resource is invaluable for a nation that is always on the move and are not “at home” connercted to their choice of cable or satelite TV.

  • 5. David Barter  |  July 27, 2011 at 1:00 am

    Why does congress want to mess with our TV? I’m 69 years old. I live along, what the hell am I suppost to do. Why is congress messing with our lives

  • 6. Julia  |  July 27, 2011 at 8:24 pm

    Free TV should always be there for people who cannot get cable or dish, or are poor. Not everyone can afford that. regular tv are the old shows, past, the elderly like that, I like that. Don’t take everything away!!!!!

  • 7. jim wright  |  August 1, 2011 at 2:44 pm

    receiving over the air media is the same as receiving mail to your mailbox on your porch,(til e mails take their place),like radio warning systems we need free over air tv I have an outside antenna with converter box and rotor, receiving local tv.

  • 8. Ruth Sposili  |  February 4, 2013 at 5:35 pm

    I’m a senior and had cable for years and got fed up with increasing cost. I have been back on antenna and converter box for over a year. I am happy with the large number of channels and subchannels I receive.


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