From the Wall Street Journal, as reported in The Spectrum Monitor, Sep 2017, p. 8. "Daring Millennials Hack into Free TV: Shhhh! An August 2 article in the Wall Street Journal headlined, Millennials Unearth an Amazing Hack to Get free TV: the Antenna, might have come directly from The Onion, but was real news in the WSJ. The article quotes a conversation between an attorney for the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and members of Congress during a hearing. The NAB attorney tried to make it clear that, during the Time-Warner / CBS carriage "blackout," a dispute about how much the cable-TV company would pay the network to carry their local stations, viewers could still watch CBS for free over the air using a simple external antenna. Incredibly, according to the article, some members of Congress thought that the blackout would include over-the-air broadcasts, not just cable or satellite TV.