If you want to save money every month, there are plenty of low-cost alternatives to your huge cable TV bill. One of those is free HD over-the-air broadcasts. To pick them up, you just need an HD antenna, like the Leaf HDTV Antenna I sell in my store.
The Leaf can pick up every HD station within 30 miles - 50 miles if you get the Leaf Ultimate. But before you buy, you probably want to know exactly which stations you'll get.
TVFool can help you out. Just put in your address and click the Find Local Channels button. You'll see a full list of stations in your area.
Hint: If you're planning on an indoor antenna, just leave the "height above ground" field blank.
At first, the report might be a little confusing. Be sure to check out the legend at the bottom of the page - stations listed in green are ones that an indoor antenna will pick up the best.
From the table, the important columns are "Netwk," or the network, and "Dist miles," which is the tower distance from your location.
From my house, I've got 20 channels minimum that will work with an indoor antenna, and every major network is represented. Not too bad for free!