How to Find Local Digital Channels

by Jennifer Underwood ; Updated September 22, 2017

Items you will need

  • Internet connection

  • Address with zip code

Because getting local news and weather is essential for day to day life, local digital channels are available free for everyone. Finding your local channels is easy when you know where to look. While there are many websites that generate lists of local channels, AntennaWeb.org generates a list of obtainable channels when using an antenna. However, a complete list of channels within 120 miles of your home can be found at TVFool's website.

Antenna Web

Go to AntennaWeb's website.

Click on the "Choose an Antenna" tab in the center of the screen.

Enter your address and zip code to generate a list of local channels. Digital channels are identified with a star in the "DTV" column.

TV Fool

Go to TVFool.com.

Enter your address and zip code and click "Find Local Channels." A full list of channels within 120 miles of your location will be generated.

Choose the "Only Digital" option to eliminate any analog channels from your search results.

About the Author

Jennifer Underwood is the creator of and writer for QualiTechSWLA.webs.com. She began writing articles for various websites in 2010. Underwood is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Biology from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

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