Monday, June 29, 2009

The House on the Prairie


While traveling from Tacloban City to Ormoc sometime last April, I chanced upon this house by the road. It was sort of isolated, situated at the middle of grass lands and fruit trees. When I saw the antenna on the roof, it reminded me of the days when we were kids. There were only a handful of TV channels to choose from and whenever the wind blows you see your TV screens register a short haze.

Nowadays, its different. Thanks to the Direct TV, even if your place is in the middle of a desert, you can have hundred of channels to choose from. Be it news, sports or movies, you can watch until you fall asleep and never run out of TV shows to watch. Of course kids would always prefer cartoons.

Unlike the cable TV, when it comes to service, Direct TV Service has an advantage. Not only does it cost less, you can enjoy HD TV quality in all channels.

A directv System will suit any housing like the one above. Instead of tweaking the antenna from left to right, with the satellite dish after pointing it to the right direction, you are almost set to watch TV for life.