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AirTV Officially Launches Their FREE Local Channels DVR

Today AirTV officially announced the launch of their local channels DVR. With this new DVR your black AirTV device will record your local antenna and stream it to devices inside and outside your home.

“The Local Channels DVR rounds out the complete cord-cutting experience for those wanting to integrate free local channels and DVR with a streaming service like Sling TV,” said Mitch Weinraub, director of product development for AirTV. “Millions of Americans are embracing over-the-air antennas as part of their cord-cutting solution, and the ability to take their live and recorded content in and out of home with AirTV’s Local Channels DVR is just an added bonus.”

Local Channels DVR Features:

Dual Tuner – AirTV’s dual tuner functionality allows customers to record two shows at once or watch one show live and record another. Live and recorded content can be accessed across all compatible devices, in or out of the home.

Integrated DVR Menu – Recorded OTA content seamlessly appears in the same menu as Cloud DVR content in the Sling TV app, indicated by an OTA icon. No Sling TV or additional subscription is required to access Local Channels DVR recordings.

Storage – A dedicated external USB hard drive (purchased independently) must be attached to AirTV to use Local Channels DVR. AirTV currently supports recording up to 2 Terabytes of local content.

Functionality – AirTV customers can record two shows at a time and set single episode or series recordings, in and out of the home. Once recorded, users can pause, rewind, or fast-forward programming. If watching a recording in real time, users may also pause live TV.

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