An antenna is a great way to watch 100% free HD TV from networks like ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC.
Not only that, but in many areas you will also find networks like PBS, The CW, Comet, Buzzr, MeTV, and so many more.
How many channels can I get with an antenna in my area?
These days, if you live in a large metropolitan area and plug in a digital TV antenna to your TV, you can easily receive anywhere from 70 to more than 100 channels. In some areas, such as Los Angeles, you can get up to 157 channels.
Can TV antenna pick up cable channels?
The truth is, there is no such thing as a TV antenna that picks up cable channels…in the literal sense anyway. That said, this doesn’t mean you won’t be able to pickup these same “cable-like” over-the-air television broadcast channels such as, ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX and many others.
What TV channels are broadcast for free?
Most people will be able to receive all of the major networks.
Why is my antenna not finding channels?
Possible causes: Once you have properly installed the antenna, changed the input on your TV to ‘ANTENNA’, and run a channel scan, you should be receiving at least some of your local channels. If this is not the case, the reason could be one of the following: There is not a clear line of sight to the broadcast towers.