Locast Streaming Local TV Channels In Detroit
Locast, the nonprofit local broadcast TV streaming service, is now delivering more than 65 local TV channels via the internet — for free — to those living in the Detroit-Ann Arbor TV market in Michigan (DMA 14).
“For the first time, more than 4.5 million residents in Michigan will be able to watch their local TV stations on their phones, tablets, laptops or streaming media devices,” said Locast Founder-Chairman David Goodfriend.
With Locast, viewers using internet-connected devices can watch, for free, their locally produced broadcast TV in high definition via the Locast app or at www.locast.org. Locast also offers multi-language support by giving Spanish-language access to the Locast app’s user-interface, log-in screens, and program guide.
Locast delivers 66 local TV channels in Detroit, including WXYZ (ABC), WDIV (NBC), WWJ (CBS), WJBK (Fox), WKBD (CW), WTVS (PBS), PBS Kids, MOVIES!, Antenna TV, TV Azteca, CourtTV, GRIT, Univision/Daystar, and more.
Locast is accessible to viewers in nine counties in the Detroit DMA including Lapeer, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Sanilac, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne.
Complete local TV guides are available at www.locast.org.
Locast now delivers local TV channels via the internet into 23 U.S. TV markets and serves more than 145 million viewers or 43% of the U.S. population.