I have been using an antenna to get HD content since 1997. I've used an antenna for a variety of reasons, being blocked from local stations on satellite, to not receiving certain local stations on any format other than OTA. We reported on this at CEDIA 2011 by covering Richard Schneider from Antennas Direct. A recent report in The Wall Street Journal states that many are moving to OTA because they are getting content online, via streaming services like Hulu and Netflix. Richard states that Antennas Direct sold 70,000 antennas in January and he expects to sell twice as many antennas this year as last year, which would amount to 1.2M. Walmart, Best Buy and Costco are now carrying some model of antenna from Antennas Direct. The article states that consumers save around $96 a month by "cutting the cord". For those that are in areas that are challenged to get a signal a new company called Aereo is now selling an online service that will stream all local channels for $12 month.