Mohu Launches Leaf Glide Antenna to Give Cord Cutters Largest Selection of Free Live TV Channels

Mohu, The Cord Cutting Company, today launched Leaf Glide, a first-of-its-kind HDTV antenna that delivers outdoor antenna performance with the simplicity of an indoor antenna. With current indoor antenna reception range standards limited to 20-50 miles, Mohu’s Leaf Glide antenna leverages SignaLift technology to deliver a 65-mile reception range, which allows it to pick up more broadcast TV channels than any other indoor antenna on the market.

Priced at $89.95, Mohu Leaf Glide will be available exclusively on and

“Our mission is to continue evolving and innovating the cord cutting experience for consumers,” said Mark Buff, founder and CEO of Mohu. “As the number of people who cut the cord on Pay TV continues to rise, we know that access to quality channels matters. Through continuous improvements to our existing antenna models, we built Leaf Glide to do just that – give consumers access to the best live TV choices of any other indoor antenna on the market.”

Leaf Glide is an addition to the Mohu Leaf antenna family, differentiated by its SignaLift technology and size. Due to its modified design, the antenna’s patented SignaLift technology is exceptional at receiving VHF channels compared to other indoor antennas. With antennas, bigger is better. Leaf Glide’s noteworthy size – which is larger at 21.5 inches by 11.5 inches compared to the original Mohu Leaf at 11.5 inches by 9 inches – allows the device to capture lower frequency bands and more signal from fringe channels, which ultimately provides consumers more live TV channels. Leaf Glide still incorporates omni-directional architecture, meaning the antenna does not have to be pointed in any one direction to pull in signals.

“With Pay TV prices skyrocketing, more people than ever are turning to Mohu to help them watch their favorite shows,” said Buff. “By adding Leaf Glide to our product line, we’re excited to help more cord cutters soar into free TV, giving them access to the live TV content they enjoy.”