If it's a historical place, it wouldn't be up to the HOA to restrict it, it would be up to whatever governing body at the federal, state, county or township level the registered it as a historical place. In many cases though they are willing to work with you if you file the permits and come up with a plan that has minimal damage. (i.e. similar to what would be involved in wiring the place for electric, telephone or cable service)Legally your HOA likely cannot restrict tv antenna installation unless you are moving into a historic property.
HOA's also can't pull crap like telling you it needs to be out of sight when the best spot for reliable reception is usually above the roofline, or demand you use a small antenna that only provides reliable reception in areas with city grade reception.
Now if it's a building where you don't have control of the roof like a townhouse or apartment building, then the HOA can get away with restrictions. But they can't stop you from installing it somewhere you do have control, like a patio or balcolny. If you are in an apartment, you can try reaching out to other tenants and approach the landlord to see if they're willing to install a master antenna on the roof and wire it to the utility box to give people a choice for TV options.