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Raleigh, NC-based HDTV antenna retailer Mohu has joined the TVfreedom coalition.

Mohu joins local broadcasters, community advocates, network television affiliate associations, multicast networks and other retailers of over-the-air (OTA) broadcast television products and services. It will work with TVfreedom coalition members to help push for federal policies and legislation that will support local broadcast TV stations and advocate for free and local broadcast TV programming on multiple digital platforms.

"Mohu is pleased to partner with TVfreedom to advocate for expanded consumer access to free, local broadcast TV across America," said Mark Buff, president and founder, Mohu. "The power and reach of free, local broadcast TV has never been more important to America's television viewers, especially the millions of families who are looking for or have found viable alternatives to the high cost of pay television service."

"The growth in broadcast-only homes illustrates that free, over-the-air television is part of our future," added Robert Kenny, director of public affairs, TVfreedom. "While it's true that a growing number of Americans are using streaming services to access video content of their choice, they continue to rely on traditional broadcast television via an antenna and other means to stay connected to their communities, access local TV newscasts and emergency information, and enjoy popular network entertainment programming and live sports."