If you are currently receiving high-definition television content "over-the-air" using an antenna, your antenna pointing in the right direction will increase the quality of the image and audio of the program you look. Know in which direction to point your antenna HDTV comes down to know exactly where the broadcast television station is located relative to your home.
Things you need
Find out where the issuer of your TV is tuned TV station is located. To do this, look online for the location of the television station on its official website, or use your local phone book. Not every station in your emissions in the region from the same place, to find the locations of some of the local stations that you watch regularly.
Use a compass to determine in which direction, relative to your television, the transmitter of the TV station is located. For example, if you know your local Fox affiliates emissions northeast of your home, stand by your TV and locate northeast.
Angle your HDTV antenna to the transmitter of the television station. This will improve the quality of the signal it receives, as far as possible. Keep in mind that when you tune to another station, for best results, you have to angle the antenna in the direction of the new station.