CES: TiVo’s Over-The-Air Model Goes National

You can remove the “limited edition” label from TiVo’s recently introduced Roamio OTA DVR, a model that is targeted at cord-cutters and consumers who have never taken a traditional pay-TV package.  

Following last fall’s debut of the model, TiVo announced Wednesday that it has rolled out the $49.99 model on a nationwide basis. Users of the broadband-connected Roamio OTA, a device that does not come with a slot for a CableCARD but does work with digital antennas and supports an array of OTT video, are also subject to a $14.99 per month service fee for the underpinning TiVo service.  

The TiVo Roamio OTA is equipped with 500 Gigabytes of storage, four tuners, is compatible with the TiVo Stream video-transcoding sidecar and also supports TiVo’s new OnePass feature.

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