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What does OTA mean? 
It stands for Over The Air television reception, as has been available free-of-charge in Canada since the early 1950s. It is not to be confused with FTA, which is a form of satellite TV reception. OTA is broadcast either in old-style Analog or in new Digital television (DTV, which includes HDTV). The quality improvement of DTV is huge. The Government of Canada has set the date by which OTA broadcasters must convert their old-style analogue transmitters to new digital OTA broadcasting: August 31, 2011. Canada uses the ATSC (8VSB) standard used in the U.S.A., Mexico, South Korea, and Taiwan, with more Western Hemisphere nations expected. ATSC is not compatible with the DVB-T standard used in all other countries except Japan, which has its own ISDB-T standard.

Check Your Address for Free TV

Have you ever wondered what television signals are being broadcast in your area?  Perhaps you've recently purchased a new HDTV and you're looking for some High Definition content.  Or maybe you're just looking for some additional sources to compliment your existing cable and/or satellite services.  Well, here's a tool that can analyze your location to help determine what FREE broadcasts might be available in your neighborhood.

This tool can help answer questions like

  • Which broadcasters are transmitting locally?
  • How far are the transmitters from me?
  • Which direction should I point my antenna?
  • How strong are the signals in my area?
  • What analog and digital channels are available?

If you'd like to check your location, then...

See Which TV Stations You Can Get on a Map

Now you can check your location for free TV with our interactive mapping tool.  See the local TV transmitters on a map and check their signal strengths.  This tool give you all our latest database updates, coverage maps, and signal analysis on a dynamic map with lots of information about every transmitter right at your fingertips.  This tool will let you do all of the following:

  • List available channels for any location
  • Adjust the location being analyzed (to fix address lookup errors)
  • Play "what-if" scenarios with different antenna heights
  • See the direction of each transmitter to help you point your antenna
  • Overlay coverage maps for each station
  • Generate a summary report, which can be shared, printed, or saved for future reference

To see maps of your area, click...

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