Although we have a Class A, it's possible the location logic is the same. In the bay where the shore power hook-up is, we also have, on the aft bulkhead of that bay, a connection for a 75-ohm coax (TV) and a phone jack. They're both the kind of ivory-clored wall-plates used in domestic hook-ups.
With digital over-the air and all the variations of cable systems out there, getting a TV signal is a lot more complicated than it used to be. We've only used ours maybe three times in two seasons and we had to let the TV tuner sort through the available channels each time we hooked up and switched on. We aren't big TV fans, so it hasn't been an issue. Most of the time we're looking for weather forecasts!
Frank and Eileen
No longer RVers or FR owners