Rabbit TV to distribute free HDTV antennasThursday, October 23rd, 2014
Rabbit TV Plus Will Distribute Free HDTV Antennas to Millions
- Rabbit ear antennas are back, adding live local news, sports, and major network programming to the next generation TV experience
ORLANDO, Fla. — Cord-cutting is becoming a universal trend, as millennials come of age with no need for cable, and the older generation realizes that they can save money by replacing cable with cheaper alternatives. Now all generations can turn to FreeCast Inc’s Rabbit TV Plus as a true replacement to cable, thanks to the company’s newly announced giveaway of free HDTV antennas, beginning on November 1st, 2014. The addition of the familiar rabbit ear antenna adds live news, sports, and other local programming as well as major broadcast networks like ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, the CW, Univision, PBS, and ION, to its current massive video-on-demand library of movies, TV shows, music, and a la carte premium options available through Rabbit TV Plus.
William Mobley, FreeCast’s CEO, explained how the move addressed an uncertain but important piece of the television landscape. “Here at FreeCast Inc, we want to empower customers to break free of high-priced cable, but still enjoy all the shows that they love and expect. Live and local programming has got to be a part of that, but with Aereo caught up with the courts and regulators, and local TV stations still deciding how to approach the new TV landscape, there’s a lot of uncertainty. Giving our customers free HDTV antennas, for just the cost of shipping, will allow them to enjoy their local TV stations while the rest of the industry waits for those questions to be resolved.”
Adding an antenna gives Rabbit TV Plus subscribers more options than ever. An on-the-go person can watch their shows whenever and wherever it is most convenient for them, while a traditional channel surfer can still catch their 6 o’clock news, their local sports teams, and their favorite programs at their normal times. FreeCast Inc understands that while television is changing for the better, it’s currently in mid-transition. That’s why they’re giving their users the best of both worlds, allowing them to free themselves from cable, and still enjoy all of their entertainment on their own terms.