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Unfortunately now days you will need a digital adaptor or a cable box. If you connect your cable feed directly to your tv, depending on your location you might pick up a select few analog channels still. To get full digital programming you will need the adaptor.
I assume you are in the US so, yes.
All analog broadcasts ceased some months ago.
I checked the specifications for that model and it is listed as 'analog' with no mention of the needed hardware for ATSC (digital standard).
There are many analog sets in operation but they are getting their signals from cable or satellite providers that are providing both standards.