Terrestrial Digital Now Available at BestBuy.com

Antenna manufacturer seeing strong growth from product line that combines aesthetics and performance

January 15, 2008: ST. LOUIS, Mo. - St. Louis HDTV antenna manufacturer Terrestrial Digital has experienced triple digit growth because of an increase in demand for HD antennas as well as products that blend performance and aesthetics. Now, the company's HD antennas are available through www.BestBuy.com.


"This is great as Best Buy is one of the largest and most recognized retailers of consumer electronics," Richard Schneider, president and founder of Terrestrial Digital, said. "We have made it incredibly easy to bring direct over -the -air high definition signals into homes across the country and our distribution agreement with Best Buy will enable more people to benefit from revolutionary designs at affordable prices. We want to make buying powerful antennas simple and easy, and Best Buy will give the customer convenience and support with competitive prices."

The Terrestrial Digital models that are currently available for purchase from www.BestBuy.com are the PF7 and the DB4. The PF7 is the company's antenna that is imbedded within a cherry wood picture frame that has experienced success and media attention from The Today Show and CNBC's On The Money among other outlets. The DB4 is a powerful outdoor antenna that is designed specifically to pick up HD signals up to 55 miles from the transmitters.

Schneider ignited the antenna revolution in 2003, after becoming frustrated with the poor performance of TV antennas on the market. He has continued to grow the company and to lead the industry in innovation with its award -winning antennas. Consumers can view the Terrestrial Digital catalogue online at www.terrestrial -digital.com.

Antennas Direct is a St. Louis based manufacturer and distributor of Over -The -Air antennas. The company was founded by Richard Schneider in 2003, and has since been widely recognized for superior product design and performance by a number of industry publications and main stream media outlets. Having invested major resources into the discovery and implementation of the first new technological advances in television antenna design in decades, Antennas Direct launched its unique new Terrestrial Digital brand of OTA antennas in 2006.
The Terrestrial Digital line of OTA antennas are designed to tune to the frequencies where most DTV broadcasts occur, doing a better job of rejecting interference (Multi -path). The results of the new designs have allowed them to produce smaller, more powerful antennas that combine optimized performance with a streamlined appearance, providing the best of both worlds. They continue to constantly test and modify antenna designs, raising the bar by which antenna performance and appearance are measured. For additional information on Antennas Direct, visit http://www.antennasdirect.com and for Terrestrial Digital, visit www.terrestrial -digital.com

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