Weigel Broadcasting Exec on the Return-to-Antennas Trend: ‘Younger People Think It’s an Illegal Hack’

Office With a View: The media company’s vice chairman, Neal Sabin, discusses how nostalgia TV grew during the pandemic

Cutting the cord on pay-TV subscriptions in favor of streaming services isn’t new anymore. Neither are antennas and over-the-air programming. But for those who never quite lived in the antenna age, it’s been quite the discovery.

“There’s some great anecdotal stories of how millennials and younger people think it’s an illegal hack,” Neal Sabin, Weigel Broadcasting vice chairman, told TheWrap for this week’s edition of Office With a View.

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Katie Campione

Katie Campione is a TV Reporter at TheWrap. She has contributed to The Hollywood Reporter, People Magazine, The Associated Press, and more. She has a BA in Journalism from the University of Florida. Find her on Twitter: @Katie_Campione