Easy to read stats courtesy of the Leichtman Research Group.
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I thought it would be more. I guess most of these are on my commute to work.
Len, so you have a really bad commute?
Is there any other kind? I have a 75 minute commute from southern New Hampshire to the Boston area. The first part is through towns along back roads through neighborhoods. The residents of these neighborhoods are well off but not rich. They are my neighbors, so I know where the stations are, what kind of antennas are appropriate, and how they should be pointed. Sometimes I want to knock on a door and ask what they could possibly be watching given the selection and orientation of the antenna.
The last leg is through an impoverished suburb of Boston. These people could probably get reception without an antenna. Some of the apartment buildings’ roofs look like antenna farms. Aereo is that you?
There are a lot of antennas.