Or you could run it in a surface mount wiring tray.
Wire antenna attic.
The tv antennas won't be a problem if your wire is kept from touching or getting too close.
Attic antennas •many types of antenna can be mounted in the attic if you don’t have radiant barrier (tech shield).
Here's what one can do:
Try to stand the antenna wire off from the rafters at least by a few inches.
My opinion from experience, a directional loop is best bet.
Ya, it fits inside an attic or even inside the living room beside the tv for that matter.
Also, external antennas can bypass the sources of interference that exist in your attic.
I am soon to replace my smaller gauge wire with #8 speaker wire.
But in our testing, the attic is the perfect home for the 2max.
Establish the feedpoint as high as possible.
Run the wire through the loops and let it hang slightly away from the wooden rafters.
Instead, staple a closed tie wrap (forming a loop) at each stapling point.
The right way is to fish it up an interior wall or chase:
Use heavy gauge wire to minimize losses.
A second advantage to mounting the antenna in the attic is that you will be protected from lightning strikes in the event of severe weather.
Attach one wire to the inside of some 50 ohm coax, and attach another to the outside of the coax, then plug the other end of the coax into your receiver and you should be hearing cb pretty well.
On hf wire beams can be run on the roof supports or the rafters, these usually are good for one direction only but can be switched electrically for different coverage.
Put as much wire in your attic as you can run in the shape of a loop.