How to watch WHIO-TV, CBS without cable or satellite

How to watch WHIO-TV, CBS without cable or satellite
Cheryl McHenry began her career with WHIO-TV in 1981 and became a main anchor in 1991. James Brown has been with WHIO-TV nearly 17-years working as a morning and noon anchor at the start and joining McHenry as a main anchor in 2009. TY GREENLEES / STAFF

TV antenna’s are back in fashion again. No, not the large behemoth metal poles that you had to install in the roof back in the 1970’s, but inexpensive indoor ones that are paper thin and attach to the back of your TV set. Amazon and Walmart now sell dozen’s of models with many of them under $20.00. Installation is simple. You connect the cable and rescan your television. Many of the antennas are so small and thin that you can hide them behind your television and never see them.

So what you do get? Free TV. Dozen’s of channels. However the most important channel is WHIO-TV Channel 7. Without paying one dime you can watch News Center 7, get the latest forecast, watch CBS and NFL programming and never be in the dark on local news. No cable or satellite required.

Another way to watch Channel 7 is to subscribe to CBS All Access. Channel 7 is provided as a live feed. Or you can get News Center 7 content on demand from our app on your smart TV or streaming device.

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There’s also nothing wrong with cable or satellite, in fact it’s a great way to get unlimited entertainment and programming. To watch Channel 7 from any provider, see our list below. You can bookmark this page and use it as a reference if you’re having problems watching WHIO-TV on your provider.

DirecTV - 800.531.5000

Dish Network - 800.333.3474

AT&T U-verse - 800.288.2020

Frontier - 800.921.8101

Hometown Cable - 866.794.8696

KAS Cable TV - 937.256.5057

NKTELCO - 888.NKTELCO

Spectrum - 800.892.4357

TSC Television - 800.831.6099

Wabash - 419.942.1111

Watch Communications - 419.999.2824