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DrDaveM
Level 7

What is proper TV provider input when using an antenna?

Have been trying to access CBS Sports and Fox Sports, however, I am unable to provide a TV provider. Whenever I try to sign in I am given a code which I input on the proper website. Then I am asked for a TV provider. We only use an antenna. We reside in an RV. What is the proper input/response when asked for a TV provider?

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renojim
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Re: What is proper TV provider input when using an antenna?

They're asking for your cable provider, which you don't have.  There are streaming alternatives like SlingTV, Hulu, YoutubeTV, etc., but they all require a subscription.  There's no free TV provider that I know of that will suffice.

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makaiguy
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Re: What is proper TV provider input when using an antenna?

If you are RVing only part time and have a permanent cable/satellite subscription at home, use that.

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