I have several friends who are wondering where they're gonna watch the Super Bowl because their satellite TV provider isn't currently carrying Fox TV. And while most of them know that TV signals are broadcast through the air just like radio, the thought of getting an antenna and hooking it up just seems like too much of a hassle.

It's really quite simple, actually. I haven't paid for cable or satellite TV for over five years now and get great HDTV for free with a digital antenna (I do pay for HULU and Prime). I live in West Richland and was having a little trouble with the first antenna I bought. But they've come a long way in a short period and most are much improved. I settled on the one pictured here and have no signal issues whatsoever. It sells for about $80 on Amazon, but cheaper options are available.