Locast announced on Monday its expansion to another local market, one that serves television viewers across three states.
Broadcasters accuse Locast of operating under a “freemium” model, not as a not-for-profit as claimed.
Streaming service Locast is expanding once again, bringing its local TV service to viewers in Cleveland, the company announced on Wednesday.
Free streaming local television service Locast has finally launched in the Sacramento broadcast market.
Operators of illegal streaming services could be hit with felony criminal charges under an amendment to the U.S. Copyright code.
AT&T has started telling its DirecTV and U-Verse customers to use a free streaming service to access dozens of blacked-out local channels that are operated by TEGNA.
Locast rolled out to viewers in two new local broadcast markets this week, bringing the total number of metropolitan areas served to 25.
AT&T gave startup TV service Locast a $500,000 donation less than four weeks after announcing the provider would be offered on U-Verse & DirecTV.