Locast announced its 29th market today, bringing
more than 60 local TV channels to the over 4 million residents in the. Sacramento
area. Locast will be available in Sacramento, Stockton, and Modesto, just in
time for the Big Game this weekend.
Locast offers local broadcast TV via the internet for free,
though the service will frequently ask for a $5 donation until that donation is
set up by the user. Locast says that offering the channels is a public service “giving
access to important local news, storm coverage, emergency information, COVID
health and safety updates, election coverage, sports, and entertainment
programming to internet-connected devices.”
The channels now available via Locast in the Sacramento area include: KCRA NBC 3, KTXL FOX 40, KXTV ABC 10, KOVR CBS 13, Univision, PBS and PBS Kids, as well as Azteca America, CourtTV, Mystery, MeTV, TrueCrime, QUBO, Telemundo, Circle, The CW, BOUNCE, Movies!, LAFF, COMET, MyNetworkTV, ION, GRIT, Charge!, and more.
The service is accessible to viewers in 16 counties in the Sacramento DMA including Amador, Calaveras, Colusa, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Sacramento, San Joaquin, Sierra, Solano East, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tuolumne, Yolo, and Yuba.
Locast now has over 2.3 million registered users in its
available markets across the US. Visit locast.org for more information.
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