@50Plus thank you for your kind words. I have an answer, but it's probably not what you want to hear. There's only a few options to view live TV on a Roku player. There's no way to add a TV tuner, so you can't watch something by simply connecting an antenna. There are a handful of channels available on Roku that offer live TV from some source, but they may or may not be your location stations.
Locast is the closest to a live TV tuner for Roku, but they only cover a couple dozen geographical areas. It's free, although they do suggest and accept donations to keep them going. If you don't live within a covered area they will not let you stream, and it's enforced by your public IP address location. If you do live in a covered location, they offer every single TV station within that area, including all sub-channels. From the times I've looked at it, they appear to offer a quality signal for the stations. I get good OTA reception myself, so I don't use Locast. But if I didn't I would gladly give them $5 a month for the service.
Does Locast offer a channel guide? Their web site does, so chances are it's available within the channel as well. It doesn't cost anything to try it, as long as you live within a covered area. 🙂
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