TV access using an antenna is on the way back, as a result of more people "cutting the cord" and moving away from the cable and satellite model of TV content delivery. Streaming services and good old fashioned "rabbit ears" are the way to go these days.
Parks Associates shows the percentage of U.S. broadband households that use only antennas to receive TV has steadily increased since 2013 to reach 15%. 360 View: Entertainment Services in U.S. Broadband Households reveals this increase coincides with a drop in pay-TV subscriptions and an increase in Internet-only video subscriptions.
We actually became part of that statistic last Summer, using primarily Sling TV on Roku and an indoor antenna to get local news and a few other programs (although to be honest, we find ourselves watching very little network TV these days).