How to Watch Final Four at TBS with an Antenna
The 2018 NCAA Tournament is coming up on its final weekend and has narrowed the initial field of 68 teams down to the victors of each bracket region. Which 2 teams do you think is going to march into the final? And which one is going to be the champion? The games start on this coming Saturday 3/31 at 6:00 p.m. (ET).
If you don’t have a cable subscription, you might be wondering how to watch the games. Especially watch a game in a paid channel – TBS.
Watch with an Antenna
The cheapest way to watch March Madness is via antenna. Many of the games during the Sweet 16 were broadcast on CBS, which can be accessed with an antenna almost anywhere in the country. Now how can you watch TBS, a paid channel, with antenna?
“TBS was one of the first cable TV channels and was the first ‘super-station’, it’s based off of the over the air station WTBS-TV in Atlanta”. So if you live in Atlanta, you are lucky because you can receive TBS channel.
The omni antenna LAVA 8008 is a strong choice with a solid range and affordable price. The beauty of antenna is that you don’t have to pay monthly fees once it is installed. Also, the LAVA 2100 DVR box would be a good accessory for fans who want to record the games.