Think about this:
The motor home that has been MY house for the past seven months as I explore North America from coast to coast and border to border has cable TV and can also be fitted with DISH and/or DirectTV.
Those were the options I considered last summer when I left my residence and started the journey and at the time I was aware of, but had never actually used digital television. Now, I find myself using nothing else (and it's free!).
For example, for the last five days I've been camping near New Orleans for the Mardi Gras celebrations.
By simply cranking up my antenna, I receive more than local 40 channels and since they're all digital, the picture is as clear as any as I get to know each area I visit.
WZZK/Birmingham's never-boring Rick and Bubba for several days on my digital TV on a Southern Alabama TV station's "side channel."
If you live anywhere in "The South" and want to really hear the values connecting people, Rick and Bubba do that in engaging and entertaining ways.
Their show website makes it look like they think the majority of their "watchers" stream video on computers or mobile devices and, for now, perhaps that's right.
However, last week, this digital TV watcher "experienced" their show on the very same playing field as GMA, Today and CBS This Morning.
I just looked at the future for radio morning shows - alliances with local TV, thanks to the visionaries headquartered at Summit Media, Birmingham!
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