Lane TV & Satellite - OTA

Lane tV & Satellite

“Our dish will satisfy your taste!”

Over-The-Air (OTA) ANTENNAS

Lane TV – The “Lane TV” logo is a registered trademark of Lane’s Radio, TV, & Appliances DBA Lane TV & Satellite (AKA “Lane TV”) and may not be copied, reproduced, reformatted, or modified, with-out express written permission from the owner(s) or official company representatives

 

Disclosures and Disclaimers:

AT&T DirecTVLane’s Radio, TV, & Appliances DBA Lane TV & Satellite (AKA “Lane TV”) is an authorized retailer of DirecTV.  Programming, pricing, terms and conditions subject to change at any time. Pricing residential. Taxes not included. Receipt of DIRECTV programming subject to DIRECTV Customer Agreement; copy provided at directv.com/legal and in order confirmation. NFL, the NFL Shield design and the NFL SUNDAY TICKET name and logo are registered trademarks of the NFL and its affiliates. ©2012 DIRECTV. DIRECTV and the Cyclone Design logo, CHOICE and CHOICE XTRA are trademarks of DIRECTV, LLC.

Dish Lane’s Radio, TV, & Appliances DBA Lane TV & Satellite (AKA “Lane TV”) is an authorized retailer of DISH Network L.L.C. DISH, DISH Network and DISH Network logos are trademarks, registered trademarks and/or service marks of DISH Network L.L.C. and/or its affiliate(s). The DISH Network trademarks, registered trademarks and/or service marks are used under license of DISH Network L.L.C. and/or its affiliate(s).

HughesNetLane’s Radio, TV, & Appliances DBA Lane TV & Satellite (AKA “Lane TV”)  is an authorized retailer of HughesNet. HughesNet is a registered trademark of Hughes Network Systems, LLC, an EchoStar Company.  The HughesNet trademarks, registered trademarks and/or service marks are used under license of Hughes Network Systems  and/or its affiliate(s).

ViaSat/ExedeLane’s Radio, TV, & Appliances DBA Lane TV & Satellite (AKA “Lane TV”)  is an authorized retailer of ViaSat/Exede.  The Via/Sat/Exede trademarks, registered trademarks and/or service marks are used under license of ViaSat, Inc./Exede/WildBlue and/or its affiliate(s).

WindstreamLane’s Radio, TV, & Appliances DBA Lane TV & Satellite (AKA “Lane TV”)  is an authorized agent for Windstream Communications.  The Windstream trademarks, registered trademarks and/or service marks are used under license of Windstream Communications and/or its affiliate(s).

Other - All trademarks, service marks, trade names and logos appearing on this web site are the property of their respective owners

Prices – All prices listed are subject to change with-out notice.  Prices listed are current as of the time of the last web-site update, and may not be current at the time of viewing.  For clarification on any pricing, offers, equipment, or services: contact us at 1-888-287-7115 or any of the other numbers listed on this website.

Landlord
Approval
FormAll the required Legal Stuff:ORText Box: You may want to try to save money by using an “Over-The-Air” (OTA) antenna, but you could end up wasting your money if don’t have the proper information or technical help!    

Did you know that nearly ALL North American broadcasters “went digital” about a decade ago?  This means you need the right equipment to receive those channels.  

For example: WIVB, Channel 4, in Buffalo, NY is no longer on VHF channel 4, nor is it still broadcasting from Colden, NY.  When it was on channel 4 and in Colden, you would need a good VHF antenna to receive it.

But, today, WIVB is on digital “Virtual Channel 4.1,” which is actually on analog UHF channel 32, and is being broadcast from Grand Island, NY.  This location is approximately 30 miles North-north-west of the original broadcast location.  If you pointed your antenna toward Colden, and tuned in to channel 4, you would be rewarded with either a “Blue Screen” or a lovely picture of a “Snow Storm.”

 

What do you do?  You could spend countless hours searching the web for the virtual and analog channel assignments for your area, or you could sign up for our E-newsletter, and get a free copy of our

Western New York / North Western Pennsylvania Local Channel Guide…

 

But you would still have to figure out the correct equipment for your location; search for the hardware; purchase the antenna, booster, antenna rotator (rotor), mounting, and other parts; and climb the ladder, and install all of the parts.  Of course, you’ll need the proper tools, including a connector compression tool and it wouldn’t hurt to have a good Field Strength Meter (approx. $800 to $1,200).  After all of this, you need to pray that everything got hooked up correctly, and then connect and program your TV.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Do they still make outdoor antennas?"

Call Lane TV & Satellite

1-888-287-7115

(Local   716-962-9401)

 

 

Call us for an OTA site survey:

for a reasonable fee,

you can have your location

professionally assessed for

an Over-The-Air Antenna