Last week in our series on cutting the cord, we discussed different antenna types and how to choose the right one for you in order to watch a wide range of content, from live sports to your favorite primetime shows. OTA TV reception is a lot like radio reception in that where you put your antenna will affect how well it works. What is located around the antenna can also affect how well it works.
So this week, we’ll share some installation advice and safety tips to help you get it set up properly. Though there may not be such a thing as the “perfect” location for your new antenna, with a little patience and the right tools, you can find the optimal location to receive glorious HDTV over the air for free.