If you have DirecTV in an RV, when you move to a different location, can you call DirecTV and have them enable reception for the TV stations that are nearby?
Most people when they are RV ing, if your moving from city to city want the Local to where they are ... never understood why you would want to watch the NY news if your in say Charlotte ....
Locals in many areas are dreadful, poor excuses for stations. At least with the DNS feeds, there is some attempt of professionalism!
I am in a similar boat. I can get three markets OTA. I am technically in the Greensboro DMA but less than 10 miles from the county/DMA line. I get all of the Raleigh channels OTA, but not the supposedly "local" channels in my own DMA. I have never even been to the city that my Directv-provided "local" NBC is from, nor do I receive it OTA. The third market I can get OTA is a stretch - I receive 2 channels OTA from Roanoke VA. That requires going outside and moving the antenna and turning it completely around - but they are there. (Those two stations are on Directv, in SD as significantly viewed so I just use that...)
My parents have the Dish Superstations pack. One of the very few advantages of Dish over Directv is that. WSBK Boston (my brother lives in Boston. There is usually some sort of WBZ-produced news on WSBK. And who doesn't love The Phantom Gourmet?), WPIX NYC, My9 NYC (which is the only way to cheer against the Yankees on Dish, except Sunday Night and Fox games), KWGN Denver, and KTLA Los Angeles. I guess I just like to watch the news from other places, too.