Cut the cable cord.

How to Stream Video Content to your TV

There’s never been a better time to get your television programming via the internet. For some folks there’s the potential to save hundreds of dollars a year by moving away from pay TV to over-the-air and streaming video options. Many channels that were only available through subscription to cable or satellite providers are now available online. Now you only pay for the channels and programming you want with no contracts to sign and no equipment to rent. You can make the transition a smooth one by following these simple steps.

Step 1 Internet
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With a Gigabit internet connection from Whip City Fiber (1,000 Mbps of download and upload speeds), you will have enough speed to stream content to multiple TVs, computers, tablets, and phones in your household.
Step 2 HD Antenna
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Install a digital antenna
To pick up the major local networks (ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC), along with select other channels (PBS, CW, etc.), you'll need a good HD antenna which will be a one-time cost of around $40.
Step 3 Streaming Device
Pick a streaming device (if necessary)
If you have a Smart TV you do not need a streaming device. If you don't have a Smart TV, a streaming device will be the bridge between your internet connection and your TV. Some of the popular streaming devices are Amazon FireTV™, Apple TV®, Chromecast®, Playstation®, ROKU™, and XBOX™.
Step 4 Streaming Service
Select a streaming service
Your streaming device will need a service account to access movies and other content. Popular streaming services are Amazon Instant Video™, Google Play™, HBO NOW®, Hulu™, iTunes®, Netflix®, Sling TV™, CBS All Access™, and SHOWTIME®. With these services you can view virtually any programming available from cable and satellite providers.