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Not normally on a CRT televisions which is already analogue as is the over air signal. Your antennae should come with a small connection box and then you connect a fly lead to the ***** in aerial socket on the back of the television.
Since a CRT (cathode ray tube) TV is an analogue TV (has a tuner) the only method of watching digital channels is setting it up as a monitor (channel 3 only) and using a cable box that takes digital and broadcasts analogue through the co-axial cable wire.
The transition from analogue TV broadcasting has been painfull in some areas. the only way to get out of this frustration is to buy yourself a digital set top box . This will convert the digital TV signals to analogue form so that your TV can pick them clearly. In any case ,the trend is to have all analogue transmissions phased out altogether
The term digital in this case is the mechanism used to tune in stations. Rather than making adjustments using a front dial to fine tune the stations, there are digital circuits that will lock in the station. The "digital" stations you are referring to now are the over-air digital broadcasts what use a different method for transfering the signals over the air. These stations now broadcast a digital stream of information rather than an analogue TV signal. If you are using an antenna for receiving these over-air broadcasts, you will require a converter.