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Raleigh company's invention means more jobs

By Jonathan Carlson

On the same day the White House released a new jobs report showing improvement, NBC-17 found proof that the Triangle is contributing to that.

We found a Raleigh company seeing record sales and adding jobs.

It's a small company called MOHU, and they are on their way to becoming a big company, thanks to a new invention that's catching on nationwide.

They build The Leaf, which is a paper thin HDTV antenna the company says is quickly replacing expensive HD boxes. You plug it in, hang it on the wall and you get free HD from stations that send out a free HD signal.

The company is adding about a dozen jobs in marketing and labor.

"Ever since November our sales have tripled, " explained Brian Baucom, with MOHU. "We have maintained that and actually built upon it." 

The company's invention has sky-rocketed on Amazon.com, and they are already talking about expanding.

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