Central Ohio television viewers who use antennas had to rescan their television sets to comply with the Federal Communications Commission roll out of 5G technology.
Local numbers aren't available, but nationally, 16 million households or 14% of Americans, use an antenna to watch TV free over-the-air. That number continues to grow in the age of cord cutting.
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