|I too am currently living in the last century using a digital to analog converter box on a CRT tv. As far as the antenna, unless you live out in the boonies you don't need anything fancy--an old pair of rabbit ears will work just fine.|
As already mentioned, you need to find out if your TV is digital-ready. If it is then all you need is the antenna and maybe an adapter to connect it to the TV. If you do need the converter box then yeah, wal mart probably still has them. You can find them on ebay too.
Once you enter the wonderful world of over-the-air broadcasting you'll get the major network local programming--FOX, NBC, CBS and ABC--as they're required to provide it as well as what I refer to as 'old people's channels' where they show Bonanza, Gunsmoke and all the good old westerns. kid's shows like Lassie, Green Acres, Get Smart, Batman. . .it's like being stuck in the early days of television. You'll never have to watch a reality show again.
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