Free TV and Retransmission Fees

We have previously written about some of those pesky hidden fees buried in cable and satellite bills each month. (Even Hulu TV charges an incremental DVR fee.) Now we’d like to explain one fee that is extremely confusing, sometimes hidden and quite expensive – retransmission fees. These might also be called consent, broadcast and/or programming fees, just to complicate matters further. With the television landscape in a state of flux, the FCC may be reconsidering

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Meet Scout

Scout is the smart receiver that connects your TV and antenna to Evoca’s cutting edge wireless TV service.

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Free TV – and other Zoomer/Boomer viewing pleasures

Though Zoomers (Gen Z) are quick to poke fun at Boomers, never before has an age range signified such diametrically opposed habits. Described as the most connected, educated and sophisticated generation ever, the television habits of Gen Z stand out, too. We heard a lot about generational differences in recent focus groups and we’ll take those learnings to heart when we launch Evoca in Boise this year. The tricky part is understanding how to cater

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ATSC 3.0 is Here: Small Cities, Big Opportunities

The following is an op-ed authored by Evoca’s CEO, Todd Achilles As the new era of Next Gen TV (also called ATSC 3.0) beckons, there’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to utilize this expansive new technology to really help millions of Americans—and it’s not the millions who live in urban areas. While it’s the big cities of our country that get most of the attention, there are hundreds of smaller cities whose citizens live in a “television

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What is Next Gen TV?

Next Gen TV will use a traditional TV antenna, with a new digital tuner, to receive 4K television signals that launches TV into the future.

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