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The 2012 Christmas Favorite: The Gift of Free Digital TV by DTV Green Dish
Unlock Free Digital Programming via DTV Green Dish's Revolutionary Hybrid Dishtenna

MIAMI, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 11/27/12 -- A myriad of options are available today for receiving television programming, many of which are expensive or only provide the very basics. DTV Green Dish saw the opportunity to provide consumers a HD Dish Antenna that allows them to receive great digital network television programming without the high costs of satellite or cable TV just in time for the holidays. Their patented Dishtenna provides optimal reception of all free local channels in the area and is unaffected by inclement weather.

How does this innovative HDTV Satellite Antenna work? DTV Green Dish's patented technology combines a satellite dish and HD antenna to safely and legally retrieve more free digital TV broadcasts than ever before. These broadcasts can be distributed on up to 8 TVs within the home. The Dishtenna is able to capture all available broadcasts within an incredible 80-mile radius from major, local, and independent television networks providing users a wide variety of free digital TV channels.

DTV Green Dish's HDTV Antenna is different from traditional antennas in that it uses signal meters to position the TV Antenna in the most optimal position so that it never has to be readjusted. Its unobtrusive design makes it possible for even those living in apartments to take advantage of this unique product. The HD antenna is 18" in diameter and can be installed either outside or inside.

DTV Green Dish's HDTV antenna is ranked at the top of the list for 2012 holiday gifts for all of the following reasons:

  • No contract or monthly payments
  • Receive up to 125 channels for free
  • Eco-friendly
  • Clear, crisp picture quality
  • Sleek design (can be installed virtually anywhere)
  • Unaffected by harsh weather

The patented hybrid Dishtenna is designed with the consumer's best interest in mind. By providing a surplus of free digital TV programming at a one-time installation fee, DTV Green Dish has rendered old-school TV antennas and monthly payments irrelevant and impractical. Giving a Dishtenna saves the recipient money and provides a variety of entertainment options that will be enjoyed year-round. A DTV Green Dish is sure to be the 2012 holiday favorite!

Read full press release at: and find additional information about the DTV Green Dish by following @DTVGreenDish on Twitter, or calling 1-305-232-3229.

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