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@Richard Hollander The LG Smart TV will have its own antenna/cable tuner. and only "knows about" it's own TV GUIDE. The Tivo  set-top-box is a totally seperate box, with its own tuners, and the TV does NOT have access to its tuners, so therefore cannot see the channels it provides. The channels that YOU select on the Tivo box are fed directly to the TV via the HDMI cable, so are treated as an external signal source.

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