How to get rid of the dreaded TV antenna
You are now going to want to remove your television antenna, because the dreaded one-inch antenna that you used to be able to pick up TV signals with has been removed from the market.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the FCC announced last week that it was ending a ban on the antenna-equipped TV set that had been in place since the 1980s, which was also part of a major overhaul of the US communications system.
However, the new rules don’t end the ban on antenna-connected TVs, which still exist on the market and will be available on Amazon.com, the UK’s biggest online retailer.
The new rules mean that anyone who wants to get an antenna-based TV set on Amazon can, for the time being, just get one with the old style antenna.
The rules were originally set to expire in 2024, but will be renewed until the end of 2021.
However there are now reports that the new rule will not be extended, as some TV manufacturers are pushing to put an end to the antenna ban and replace it with something else.
According the Wall St Journal, two manufacturers have said that they are ready to take over the market for TVs with the existing style antenna and that it would take three years to do so.
This will allow manufacturers to continue selling their existing set of TVs, but it will be only until 2020.
Amazon has a few options on its product pages to get the TV set, and it also has an antenna.
However, there are also several other TV manufacturers that offer TV sets that do not have the antenna and therefore can be purchased online for under $500.
The FCC has not commented on the new plan, but we will update you as soon as we have more information.