Locals are some of the most requested channels people want to stream. While antennas are a great option, for some people they just don’t work. Others just really want a streaming service to offer all the locals they are looking for.
fuboTV has recently added many CBS, FOX, and NBC locals for $19.99 a month for the first month—a great deal to test out their live TV streaming service.
Hulu has the most locals of any service and offers ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC among others. If you already have Hulu, you can add their live TV service for just $32 a month.
PlayStation Vue starts at $39.99 and includes ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC depending on where you live.
PlayStation Vue also offers a 5-day free trial allowing you to test the service before you pay for it.
If you live in a market with YouTube TV typically they will offer most if not all of your locals streaming online. Starting at $39.99 YouTube TV is a great option for many cord cutters.
CBS All Access
If all you want is CBS, check out their streaming service. CBS All Access now streams local CBS stations to your phone, tablet, streaming player, and more. You also get access to exclusive original content such as the new Star Trek series.
CBS All Access offers a free trial that allows you to test it out before you pay. You can test out CBS All Access HERE.
If you are an AT&T Unlimited customer, you can get DIRECTV NOW for as little as $20 a month. (Typically $35 a month.)
DIRECTV NOW offers a 7-day free trial allowing you to test the service out before you pay for it.
Most locals are free in most parts of the United States. All you need is an antenna, and you can enjoy all the locals available in your area.
To see if you can get locals for free over the air, visit AntennaRecommendations.com. There you can find out which locals are available over the air in your area.
Want to find other channels? Check out our full guide HERE.
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