TiVo Inc. said Wednesday it is widening availability in the United States of a PVR for capturing over-the-air programing, a product it released on a limited basis in the fall. The TiVo Roamio OTA is meant for people who do not have a cable- or satellite-TV subscription but wish to have the same functionality as other TiVo devices for recording and finding their favourite shows, the company said in a press release. The company said the device works with a high-definition antenna that picks up over-the-air TV signals. It said it will record up to four shows simultaneously and store up to 75 hours of HD content. The Roamio OTA can also search and record content the user has access to from online streaming services such those provided by Netlfix Inc., Google Inc.'s YouTube and Hulu, TiVo said. TiVo said the Roamio OTA is available for $49.99 US with a one-year commitment to a subscription that costs $14.99 US a month. In June, The Wire Report featured an article about Ottawa-based Nuvyyo Inc., which provides a product called the Tablo that also records and searches over-the-air TV content. The Tablo is available in Canada and the U.S.