Best TV Antennas for Cord-Cutters, starting at just $10
Looking to cut your TV bill all the way down to free? We tested six antennas to find out which one works best.
Even though it’s been with us for 90 years, over-the-air (OTA) TV seems like a well-kept secret: you can watch some of the best TV shows, sports and specials for free with a decent signal, without paying a cable company or. Well, it’s almost free. You’ll need a TV and a very important piece of equipment: a TV antenna. They’ve come a long way since the rabbit ears of yesteryear.
An OTA antenna feed is great for those events you want to watch live — the, , the evening news and more. Depending on where you live, you can watch anything on the following stations: ABC, CBS, Fox or NBC, as well as PBS and other channels like The CW and My TV. (Editors’ note: CNET is a division of CBS.) While a roof-mounted antenna or outdoor HDTV antenna would do the job, your TV already has a built-in tuner, and adding an indoor antenna costs less than $20 shipped.