Q: How do I find out which channels I can get with an OTA Antenna?

Before buying or building a DIY antenna, check for broadcast TV towers in your area. We have found and listed several good FREE online tools for checking by zipcode.

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Antennas DirectView the TV transmitters in your area. Using this tool, you will see the radius patterns showing the distance of coverage between your location and the broadcast towers.
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FCC.govUse this program to check for the DTV signals that are available at your location. Enter your address in the box below and click Go! The DTV coverage map will list all stations in your area.
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AntennaWebDiscover how many FREE over-the-air channels are available from your local television broadcasters.Enter your address or ZIP Code below to find how many channels you can receive using an antenna.
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TVFoolA tool that can analyze your location to help determine what FREE broadcasts might be available in your neighborhood.
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Winegard Tower FinderFinding free HDTV programming has never been easier! The HDTV Tower Finder displays available HDTV towers, TV tower information, channels, call signs, networks, and distance to HDTV towers.
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AntopDiscover FREE HDTV Channels available to you.
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No Cable.org NoCable.org is going to prompt you to give permission to us to grab your location so that we can automatically check to see what DTV stations and networks are within your area.
MohuMohu Zip Code Tool. Free HDTV Right For You? Find out what is available in your area.

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ChannelMasterWelcome! First, let"s find out what channels you will get in your area and make sure that everything you want is available. You are mainly looking for the Big Six networks: ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS and The CW.