For reasons of family sensibilities, I am forced to subscribe to a pay-TV service. I realize that some traditional Catholics do not watch television (I don't know of anyone who eschews online video), and I get that, this is for those who do.
After my father's passing, I have been exploring all ways to save money in our household, in that I am now "business manager and CFO" of the family. In my search for the cheapest "skinny bundle" that would be user-friendly, and which would give us a substantial selection of basic channels, I decided upon AT&Ttv. $79.99/month provides service to both homes.
One network that has previously eluded me was One America News (OAN). As you may know, they are billed as a conservative alternative to CNN, and they don't hate Donald Trump. Getting OAN is a hat-trick, major cable providers (ours is Spectrum) don't carry it, and a dedicated service, to get both OAN and a handful of niche networks (KlowdTV), many of them networks no one has ever heard of before, is $9.99/month. OAN is a high-quality channel, I'm watching it right now.
There are also two "subchannel diginets" that might appeal to conservative, traditional men, "nuts and bolts" types, "men's men". One is Quest, that shows mainly docuмentaries, history, science, and adventure programming, some of it along the lines of "how this is made" and so on. Much of the programming is Canadian-produced. The other is Defy TV, which shows mostly reality-based programming along the lines of adventure shows as well as Duck Dynasty and shows featuring R. Lee Ermey (Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in Full Metal Jacket). And, yes, I know, "Gunny" made comments about Our Lord's enthusiasm for the Marine Corps (his exact word cannot be repeated here) and about Our Lady, but if you can look past that, anything he was in, is well worth watching. Some of the reality-adventure shows have women whose "Daisy Duke"-like attire can't be reconciled with traditional Catholic modesty, but when women are doing things like dirt biking, ATVs, and braving the swamp, that's just how many of them dress. It takes a lot along those lines to perturb a 60-year-old man who was with his wife for 14 years, and I know that many teenage boys are titillated at the sight of a fire hydrant or an oak tree (I exaggerate here only slightly, but having once been a teenage boy, I know what it is to "have problems" with purity with little provocation), so I wouldn't know what advice to give there. (Maybe pray, hit the books, and get outside and actually do something manly?)
The diginets tend not to be on cable --- providers don't have to carry subchannels unless they just want to, or unless the main station makes their carriage a condition of being able to carry the main station (top-rated major network affiliates can do this, as nobody wants to subscribe to cable, and not be able to get major networks) --- so reception over-the-air is often the only choice. Quest is on Tegna-owned stations, while Defy TV has replaced a home shopping channel on ION network stations.
Anyway, happy viewing, if that's your choice.