Peasantvision

What does Peasantvision mean?

‘Peasantvision’ is slang for TV channels you can get with an antenna

Ever heard of Peasantvision? No, it’s not a new kind of television, but it’s a fun slang term that refers to free TV channels you can access with an antenna. These are the common network channels, along with PBS, that you don’t need cable or satellite to watch.

The term Peasantvision is a playful nod to the fact that these channels don’t cost anything to watch. Just like peasants were the common people in times long past, these are the common channels that anyone can tune into.

When you see someone’s TV set with rabbit ears on the digital antenna, that’s a telltale sign that they’re enjoying Peasantvision. So next time you’re flipping through the channels, remember that there’s a fun slang term for what you’re doing!

Example for using ‘Peasantvision’ in a conversation

Hey, do you have cable?

Nah, I have Peasantvision πŸ“ΊπŸŒΎ

What’s that?

It’s the free TV channels you get with an antenna πŸ“‘πŸ“Ί