Mohu Home of the #1 Rated Indoor HDTV Antenna Wed, 25 Apr 2018 04:16:30 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Cord Cutter Giveaway: Mohu Blade, Tablo DVR, Fire TV Stick Tue, 24 Apr 2018 18:12:45 +0000 We've teamed up with our friends at Tablo for a cord cutter giveaway including a brand new Blade antenna, Tablo DUAL LITE DVR, and Amazon Fire TV Stick.

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So many new cord cutter goodies have come out in the past few weeks! To celebrate, we’ve teamed up with our friends at Tablo for a giveaway! This is your chance to win a brand new Mohu Blade antenna, Tablo DUAL LITE DVR and an Amazon Fire TV Stick. Watch and record your over-the-air channels with the antenna and DVR, plus enjoy content on your favorite streaming service with your Fire Stick. It’s the ultimate cord cutter dream come true!


The Prizes

Mohu Blade HDTV Bar Antenna

The newest addition to the Mohu family, Blade is our state-of-the-art HDTV bar antenna. Amplified with new FirstStage technology, Blade can pull in all of your favorite broadcast channels from up to 40 miles away. Blade is the beginning of our Modern Series of antennas, a collection of sleek and sophisticated antennas. Whether you mount it under your TV, place it on your entertainment center, or hang it outside, Blade is sure to make a statement in your home.


The Tablo DUAL LITE Over-The-Air DVR is the latest release from Tablo. The DVR features 2 over-the-air ATSC tuners, Ethernet or WiFi connection, whole-home and out-of-home streaming, AND virtually unlimited storage! While Blade brings you live broadcast channels, the Tablo DUAL LITE OTA DVR allows you to record and stream those stations. You can watch or record up to two shows at once on any device in your home or on the go with this DVR.


Amazon Fire TV Stick

And to top off this ultimate cord cutter giveaway, we’re throwing in an Amazon Fire Stick. Get access to all your favorite streaming content to complement your over-the-air shows. Download the most popular streaming services on your Fire Stick, and enjoy on-demand shows and movies!


Entry Period

Starts: 4/24/2018 at 1 p.m. ET and Ends: 5/1/2018 at 11:59 p.m. ET

Entry Methods

Enter by using this link and by doing any of the following:

  • Visit and like the Tablo Facebook page
  • Visit and like the Mohu Facebook page
  • Follow @TabloTV on Twitter
  • Follow @gomohu on Twitter

The more you do, the more chances you get to win! The winner will be announced on 5/2/2018.

Good luck everyone!

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Introducing Blade – Our New HDTV Bar Antenna Mon, 09 Apr 2018 21:08:51 +0000 Cut through your cable bill with Mohu's new modern bar antenna, Blade.

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We’re excited to announce the newest addition to the Mohu HDTV antenna family: Mohu Blade! We’ve taken antenna design another step forward with the creation of our first bar antenna. By creating Blade, we’re giving cordcutters an antenna option with both a clean modern design and engineering innovation.

Mohu’s First Bar Antenna

Blade is the newest member of our Modern Series of antennas. This antenna line will feature our brand new modern-style antennas. Blade’s sleek bar design makes it the perfect addition to your home entertainment center. At Mohu, our mission has always been to provide innovative products that help consumers cut the cord at an affordable cost. As our first bar antenna, Blade will do just that — provide you with free TV without sacrificing your home decor.

Priced at $49.95, Blade will be exclusively available on GoMohu and Amazon.


Product Details

Not only is Blade the beginning of our Modern Series, but it also includes these impressive features:

  • Up to 40-mile reception range
  • Amplified with new FirstStage technology
  • Sleek and modern bar design
  • Tabletop or wall mountable
  • Multi-directional so no “pointing” is needed
  • Both indoor and outdoor ready

What Makes Blade Unique

As part of our Modern Series, Blade kickstarts a new era of Mohu innovation. Blade brings a fresh look to the Mohu family as our first bar antenna, unlike anything we have created before.

It’s both indoor and outdoor ready, giving you the flexibility to place it anywhere in your home. Amplified with our new FirstStage technology, the amplifier is located right next to the antenna. This sets the noise floor of the digital system and reduces the loss created by the coaxial cable. All of this results in less pixelation for you to enjoy a crystal-clear picture!

Blade can pull in your favorite OTA shows and channels up to 40 miles away in uncompressed HD, up to 1080 HD and is future-proofed 4K ready.

There’s never been a better time to ditch Pay TV — cut your cable bill with Blade.

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Cordcutter’s Guide to the 2018 Masters Wed, 04 Apr 2018 17:49:17 +0000 Cord cutters can catch all of the 2018 Masters Tournament without cable - here's your guide to watching one of the year's biggest events in golf.

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One of the year’s biggest events in golf is right around the corner! The 2018 Masters Tournament officially begins April 5th and runs through April 8th. 87 of the best golfers in the world gather in Augusta, Georgia for their chance to wear the sought after green jacket. And luckily for cord cutters, you can watch all of the Masters without a pay TV subscription.

There are four total rounds in the tournament, with the first two rounds shown on ESPN and the last two broadcast on CBS. So between a digital antenna and a streaming service, you’ll have everything you need to get your golf fix. Here’s the full schedule for each round:


**All times are ET**

Round One Live Coverage – Thursday, April 5

Tournament play from 3 pm to 7:30 pm on ESPN

Masters driving range show from 11 am to 1 pm on CBS Sports Network

Highlights show from 11:30 pm to 11:45 pm on CBS


Round Two Live Coverage – Friday, April 6

Tournament play from 3 pm to 7:30 pm on ESPN

Masters driving range show from 11 am to 1 pm on CBS Sports Network

Highlights show from 11:30 pm to 11:45 on CBS


Round Three Live Coverage – Saturday, April 7

Tournament play from 3 pm to 7 pm on CBS

Masters driving range show from 11 am to 1 pm on CBS Sports Network


Round Four Live Coverage – Sunday, April 8

Tournament play from 2 pm to 7 pm on CBS

Masters driving range show from 11 am to 1 pm on CBS Sports Network


Watch With an Antenna

Saturday and Sunday, CBS will broadcast Round 3 and 4 of official tournament play. So all you need to tune into the last two rounds is an HDTV antenna! You’ll also be able to catch highlights from each day on CBS with your antenna.

Stream the Masters

ESPN will show the tournament on Thursday and Friday. If you want to watch the first two rounds of live TV coverage, you’ll need a streaming service that includes ESPN. Some top choices are Sling Orange, PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now, Hulu, and YouTube TV. Most streaming services offer a free trial for a limited time, so you may not even have to pay to watch the tournament!

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How to Watch the Sweet 16 as a Cord Cutter Wed, 21 Mar 2018 13:43:52 +0000 The Sweet 16 Round of March Madness begins on Thursday and luckily, cord cutters don't have to miss any of the action!

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With March Madness in full swing, the next exciting step is the Sweet 16! The nation’s top college basketball teams will then face off to become the Elite Eight. From there, it’s just a few short games until the champion is crowned. With the upsets we’ve already seen last week, you won’t want to miss a minute of these showdowns.

If you don’t have a cable subscription, you might be wondering how to catch all the games. But there’s good news: even the most dedicated cord-cutters can tune in to the Sweet 16. You just have to know where to look.

Watch with an Antenna

The cheapest way to watch any March Madness round is via antenna. Many of the games during the Sweet 16 are broadcast on CBS, which can be accessed with an antenna almost anywhere in the country. Mohu’s indoor Leaf 50 is a strong choice with a solid range and a low price. The best part? Once you buy an antenna, you won’t have to pay monthly subscription fees! That means you’ll be able to watch this Sweet 16 and all the content that comes after with no extra cost.

But, only half of the Sweet 16 games will be shown on CBS. TBS is broadcasting the other games. You’ll need to supplement your antenna with a streaming service to catch every game. Even if you do have access to all the channels March Madness will be on, the games will overlap, so you’ll probably have to miss some parts. That said, there may still be fans out there who can’t bear the thought of missing a single second. For those fans, use a supplementary streaming service or OTA DVR to get full access.

Use a Streaming Service

With monthly prices ranging between $35 and $40, Hulu with Live TV, DIRECTV NOW, Sling TV, and PlayStation Vue are significantly cheaper than most cable subscriptions. All four options include TBS, so any service would be a good choice to supplement with your antenna if you’re looking to watch every possible game.

NCAA March Madness App

If you’re watching away from home, the official NCAA March Madness app is a great way to catch the Sweet 16. However, you’ll need login credentials to access the app’s live content, so if you have cut the cord, your best option is a subscription to PlayStation Vue—its login credentials can be used as well.

No matter how you choose to watch, you won’t want to miss the Sweet 16. If you haven’t already, set up your digital antenna and whatever other add-ons you choose and tune in to one of the most exciting events in college sports!

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Cordcutter’s Guide to March Madness 2018 Tue, 13 Mar 2018 16:17:02 +0000 No cable subscription? No problem - Here's your guide to watching all of the 2018 NCAA Tournament as a cord cutter.

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March Madness is here! The year’s biggest event in NCAA basketball starts tonight, with the first game tipping off at 6:40 pm ET.

TV Schedule Overview

Here’s a quick look at dates for each round, including which networks will be broadcasting. You can find the complete schedule here.

  • First Four – March 13-14, TruTV
  • First Round – March 15-16, CBS, TBS, TNT, and TruTV
  • Second Round – March 17-18, CBS and TBS
  • Sweet Sixteen – March 22-23, CBS and TBS
  • Elite Eight – March 24-25, TBS and CBS
  • Final Four – March 31 at 6pm and 8:30 pm ET on TBS
  • National Championship – April 2 at 9 pm ET on TBS

Watch CBS for Free with an Antenna

Although CBS isn’t broadcasting the Final Four or the Championship this year, there is still plenty of tournament action to catch over-the-air. Games in the First and Second Rounds, Sweet Sixteen, and the Elite Eight will all be available to watch for free on CBS. All you need is an over-the-air antenna! And you can always record games, skip commercials, or stream on-the-go by pairing your antenna with an OTA DVR.

If you’re not sure which antenna is right for you, check out our handy zip code tool. Want a full cord cutting recommendation for all the March Madness match-ups? Visit Untangle Hoops for a personalized suggestion!

Stream March Madness

CBS and Turner Sports share the broadcast rights to the NCAA tournament, with Turner dividing its games across TNT, TBS, and TruTV. Luckily, you can receive these channels on one of many streaming services. Some services are only available in select markets, be sure to check if the service you’re signing up for is in your area!

Sling TV

With Sling’s Blue package, you can get access to TBS, TNT, and TruTV for $25 a month.

PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue’s Access package includes the Turner-owned stations for $39.99 per month.

DirecTV Now

You can watch the tournament games with DirecTV Now’s Live a Little option for $35 a month.

YouTube TV

One of the newer streaming services, YouTube TV is now priced at $40 per month and includes TBS, TNT, and TruTV.


For $39.99 a month, you can watch the Turner stations on Hulu with Live TV.

CBS All Access

CBS also has its own streaming service, CBS All Access. Available in certain markets, you can stream live TV on a variety of devices. CBS All Access starts at $5.99 per month but if you want the service without ads, it costs $9.99 per month.


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Untangle.TV Hoops: Watch March Madness without Cable Wed, 07 Mar 2018 15:54:30 +0000 With the year's biggest college basketball tournament coming up, here's how you can you watch all the action without cable using Untangle.TV Hoops edition.

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March Madness is right around the corner! The NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament is one of the year’s biggest sporting events with 68 college teams battling it out over the next few weeks. Selection Sunday is this weekend and the tournament officially starts on Tuesday, March 13. Every game will be available on CBS, TruTV, TNT, and TBS — meaning you can tune into all of the action without paying for cable or satellite!

Not sure what you need to enjoy full access to the tournament as a cord cutter? Untangle.TV Hoops Edition is here to help.

Watch the Tourney Without Cable

In just a few easy steps, Untangle Hoops provides you with a unique cord cutting recommendation. This recommendation includes everything you need to watch the tournament as a cord cutter: an HDTV antenna, streaming service and device.

The first step is to tell the application your zip code, so it can suggest the best over-the-air antenna for your area. Then pick your favorite team, and share which streaming services and devices you already have. Untangle Hoops takes your information, analyzes it, and creates a college basketball package just for you.

It’s never been easier to enjoy March Madness as a cord cutter! Untangle Hoops gives you the simplest combination of cord cutting devices to watch all the tournament games.

And if you want to watch all the shows and channels you love without paying for cable or satellite, visit our full version of Untangle.TV.

Are you filling out a bracket? What upsets are you predicting? Who are you taking to the Final Four? Let us know!


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2018 Winter Olympics Highlights: Week 2 Fri, 23 Feb 2018 21:19:46 +0000 It was another exciting week in winter sports! With the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics wrapping up, here are some of the highlights from week two.

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In the world of Olympics sports, a lot can happen in a week! If you haven’t been paying attention to the Quadrennial event that is the Winter Olympics in the last week, then there is quite a lot that you have missed.

To help get you up to speed, we have put together a quick rundown of what happened in Week 2. And if you don’t want to miss another minute of the Winter Olympics, now is the time to pick up an over-the-air antenna.

Medal Count

Before we get into the highlights from this week, let’s take a quick look at the medal count as of 2/22/18.

Olympic medals

Norway is currently leading with 13 Gold Medals, 12 Silver, and 10 Bronze; totaling to 35 medals in all. Germany comes in close second with 13 Gold Medals, 7 Silver, and 5 Bronze; totaling 24 medals in all. Canada is in third place with 9 Gold Medals, 7 Silver, and 8 Bronze; totaling 24 medals in all. Finally, the United States is fourth in the medal count with 8 Gold, 7 Silver, and 6 Bronze; totaling 21 medals in all.

Now let’s a take a look at some of the highlights from this week:

Nathan Chen Makes History

Until last week, it looked like US Olympic Skater Nathan Chen’s first appearance at the Olympics was going to be a bust. In his first two performances, Chen fell completely flat and it didn’t look like he was going to be able to pull it together. But in the Men’s Free Skate gave an impressive performance and became the first male figure skater to land five quads. He may not have won a medal for the performance, but Nathan Chen definitely secured his place in the history books.

Wardrobe Malfunction Goes Viral

On Monday, the internet was abuzz over an embarrassing moment involving French figure skaters Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron. During the Ice Short Dance, Cizeron dipped Papadakis a little too low; allowing Papadakis’  halter neck dress, which broke during the performance, to slip and expose her breast to the audience and millions of viewers at home. Despite the embarrassment, Cizeron and Papadakis were still able to take second in the event.

America Wins First Gold in Women’s Cross Country Skiing

Kikkan Randall and Jessie Diggins made history last week by becoming the first American team to take the Gold Medal in Women’s Cross Country Skiing. The American duo won by a hair, beating out Sweden by only 0.19 seconds and third place Norway by 3 seconds. The only other American to win a medal in Cross Country Skiing is Bill Koch, who won Silver 42 years ago at the Innsbruck Games.

US Women’s Hockey Team Wins Gold

In a rematch for the ages, the US Women’s Hockey Team beat out 3-2 Canada to take the Gold after losing to the team in an earlier match… This is the first time the US has won Gold in Women’s Hockey since 1998. Before this recent victory, the closest the US women’s team came to winning the Gold was when it lost Canada in the 2014 Sochi Olympics.

Upcoming Events

As the Winter Olympics comes to a close this weekend, there are plenty of exciting medal events to keep track of; including Alpine Skiing, Snowboarding, and everyone’s favorite Olympic sport: Curling. And don’t forget about the closing ceremony on Sunday!

Which Olympic event are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments below or sound off on social media!

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Digital Trends Names ReLeaf Best Indoor Antenna Wed, 21 Feb 2018 16:34:11 +0000 The world's first recycled HDTV antenna, ReLeaf, was recently named the Best Indoor HDTV Antenna by Digital Trends.

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It’s been almost two years since we introduced the world to the first recycled HDTV antenna. As ReLeaf’s two year anniversary approaches, we’re proud to announce that Digital Trends recognized ReLeaf as the best indoor antenna! Mohu Curve 50 and Leaf Metro also made the list as best amplified antenna and best tiny antenna.

In its first year, ReLeaf won multiple awards and recognition for its eco-friendliness. Digital Trends mentioned ReLeaf’s differentiation from the other antennas they tested as the only eco-friendly antenna. In addition to its recycled materials, Digital Trends points out that ReLeaf is also 4K-ready:

In addition, the Mohu ReLeaf is the only 4K-ready antenna on our list. Despite there not being any 4K signals to pick up at this point, the ReLeaf has been future proofed, so once 4K signals are flying through the air, this antenna will be ready.

About ReLeaf

ReLeaf is more than just paper-thin, it’s actually paper! Made from 30% post-consumer recycled cardboard and chlorine free post consumer colors, ReLeaf is FSC, Green Seal, and Green-e Certified. We’ve also ditched the paper manual and eliminated additional waste by printing the instructions directly on the box. Even ReLeaf’s packaging is made from 100% recycled cardboard.

The best part? The plastic used to make ReLeaf is actually crushed cable boxes. We turned cable waste into antenna parts by crushing cable boxes, turning it into MohuGrind to create the plastic components in ReLeaf. And we’ve done all of this while using renewable energy!

Product Details:

  • Up to 30-mile range
  • High VHF/UHF
  • Multidirectional and reversible
  • 1080 HD/4K ready
  • 75 ohm F connector


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