You know, sometimes, I find myself overwhelmed by the latest gadgets and gizmos that are supposed to make my life easier, but somehow only seem to make it more complicated. Like my satellite television.
Does anyone else feel that way? Are you constantly questioning your bill, wondering why you pay X amount of dollars each month, but then find out that you can’t even continue to watch your favorite show when a rainstorm visits your area because the satellite signal is unable to be located? Or, my favorite one, the high-speed connection that takes at least 30 seconds to react each time I try to go to Guide or List. Apparently, my idea of high-speed is different than my satellite company’s definition.
Recently, I learned about a technology that I thought was a backwards way of living. But it turns out that it is a forward-thinking technology that aims to make television uncomplicated. The technology that I am talking about is HDTV television antennas.
Yes, those odd looking rooftop gadgets can provide a great picture for Denver residents looking to save a little extra money. HDTV antennas can give you fast, crystal clear television for free! Sure, you have to pay to have an antenna set-up on your roof, but that is a one-time minimal cost. After a professional installer erects your antenna, you will be on your way to hassle-free, local programming that costs you absolutely nothing each month.
You can even keep your satellite if you can’t live without your True Blood or Say Yes to the Dress. You don’t have to choose. Many residents opt to go both ways, but use their television antenna to receive local channels, eliminating that cost from their satellite bill. The whole process is easy and uncomplicated.
Denver has a reputation for being a hip, trendy city for young professionals and young families looking to simplify and get in touch with the beauty and bounty that nature has to offer. Why would you want to spend time inside trying to figure out your television when you can be outside enjoying the brilliant scenery of Denver? I’m just saying . . .