Military Overstock Is Liquidating 1000s Of HDTV Antennas
You know those little HD antennas that everyone is buying to save on their monthly cable bills? They look like little cable boxes and were invented by an employee at NASA. The military uses them in the barracks so the troops can get the news and other tv shows.
Up until 2018 cable companies were allowed to "scramble" their channels so that the general public could not access them without paying for their service. However, that all changed starting in 2018, with the government ruling that TV signals are public property and "belong to the people".
Recently, many Americans have been getting upset with the high price of cable television and are turning to other sources to get their news.