The only HD OTA channels I can get are WVPT from Staunton, 33 miles away.
I am using a $20 indoor GE flat panel, model 24703. I've tried rotating it around, high and low, near windows, etc.
I am 2 miles S of Massanutten peak--I can see it clearly, no obstructions, from my front porch. I can receive the FOX, CBS, and NBC analogs just fine from Masanutten, same indoor antenna.
I've read through this forum, LOTS of great info all, but I am wondering the following:
How is it I can still get analog channels when there was a digital switchover last year?
Why aren't the analogs from Massanutten peak digital instead?
Given my zip 22846 and antennaweb.org results of WVPT as my only potential digital station, is it even worth having and outdoor antenna array erected?
If so, are there any other Valley antenna installers folks recommend besides Timberville Electronics?
I live in a two story home and I am allergic to falls of ten feet or more. I am becoming allergic to cable TV, and satellite TV gave me a rash long ago.
PS--My situation MIGHT be very similar to Penn Laird, Massanetta Springs, Keezletown, Cross Keys, Montevideo, McGaheysville, Mt Crawford. Added those towns to this post to help out Googlers.