The Station Finder
Press the button below and enter your zip code. Wait a few seconds, and it will show you how many potential free TV channels are available in your area.
You should be able to get most of the green and yellow channels using a good indoor antenna. Click on the station’s call letters to see what direction the signal is coming from on the map to help you orient your antenna.
If the link above doesn’t work (sometimes the FCC Site goes down), try Antennapoint. You should be able to get stations within 25 miles.
NOTE: THE RESULTS OF THE STATION FINDER ARE BASED ON THE FCC DATABASE AND DO NOT GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL BE ABLE TO RECEIVE ALL OF THE CHANNELS LISTED.
How to Interpret the Results
In general, you should be able to receive most of the green channels using a good antenna and some experimentation.
- If you got a lot of green stations, congratulations you’re in good shape! You should do well with a Mohu Leaf antenna with RG6 cable or a Cable Cutter Aerowave if you want to get better reception of VHF (the Hi-V) channels. More info here.
- If you got just a few green and some yellow channels, an outdoor antenna is best, but you will get some channels with an indoor antenna. I would recommend the Mohu Leaf 50 with RG6 cable or a Cable Cutter Aerowave. More info here.
- If you go all yellow and orange channels, you’ll need an outdoor antenna
- If you got all orange or red channels, or no channels, you should try to get free TV over the Internet
To see which direction the TV signal is coming from, click on the stations call letters in the popup.
My Recommended Indoor Antennas
I recommend the Mohu Leaf and the HD Frequency Cable Cutter Aerowave antennas: