Lorenzo Lee, The CEO, and Editor-in-Chief

My name is Steven Newton and I’m the founder of righttvantenna.com, a blog dedicated to helping people understand their digital TV antennas. Growing up in rural Pennsylvania, I had firsthand experience with the challenges of getting good television reception, which led me to start this blog – to help other people like me.

I have been passionate about improving my community’s access to quality over-the-air television since my early teens. In high school, I connected our community’s fire hall with a powerful antenna that provided crisp digital signal throughout our area and enabled us to gain access to premium channels not available through cable or satellite services.

Since then, it has been my mission to provide reliable information about digital TV antennas and to help people get more out of their antenna setup. On righttvantenna.com, I offer in-depth reviews of the best antennas on the market, as well as guides and tutorials on setting up and optimizing your setup for optimal reception.

On my blog, you will find reviews of the best indoor and outdoor TV antennas, as well as tutorials on how to set up your own home network. You can even find helpful resources such as maps that show local broadcast towers and helpful articles about the best antennas for different types of channels and locations.

In addition to content related to TV antennas, I also cover topics related to home networking and streaming services, such as Roku, Amazon Firestick, and more. My goal is to help people make the most out of their entertainment options without having to spend a lot of money.

I’m proud of the work I have done on this blog, helping thousands of people around the world to better understand digital television antenna technology. My mission is to continue providing helpful advice to people who are interested in accessing free TV over-the-air – no matter where they live or what kind of signal they’re looking for.

If you’re interested in getting better reception from your digital TV antenna, then check out righttvantenna.com for the latest tips, tricks, and equipment reviews. I’m confident that you’ll find something here to help improve your setup.