Last week was a busy week for cord cutters with over 100 locals added and more on the way.
With so many stations, we wanted to take a minute and do a quick rundown of everything that was added.
It all started with PlayStation Vue slipping out more Fox locals. Sony has not even announced a full list of what was added, but it seems most Sinclair and Tribune-owned stations have been added to PlayStation Vue.
It is important to note that Sinclair is in the process of buying Tribune.
AT&T did something unusual on Friday. It announced that more locals from FOX, NBC, and ABC would be coming to DIRECTV NOW next week. And it seems the team over at DIRECTV NOW could not wait and launched many of the locals from NBC and ABC but not all of them.
Fox affiliates seem to have not been added at the time of this writing, so keep an eye on DIRECTV NOW to be adding even more locals soon.
Hulu has added over 40 CBS stations. (With reports of more just now rolling out.) It seems that Hulu is slowly rolling out new CBS stations in many areas.
Long known as a sports streaming service, fuboTV is now moving into more traditional entertainment channels. Recently fuboTV announced a deal with CBS to bring CBS-owned stations including the CW and CBS to its service.
It will likely be adding these channels in late July possibly August.
There you go. Over 100 locals now available for streaming. Every day cord cutting becomes easier. Now millions of Americans who may struggle to get locals for every over the air channel now has options to watch them on many popular streaming services.
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