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PlayStation Vue Now Offers Local Channels in 37 Markets

playstation-vue-screenshot-05_1920PlayStation Vue was one of the first to offer live local channels streamed online. Since the first roll out over a year ago they have been slowly adding new stations. Sadly they no longer publish the stations on the website, so we reached out to Sony to ask for a full list of local channels.

This is what they sent us:

Markets ABC CBS FOX NBC MyTV Telemundo
Atlanta   X  
Austin X X  
Baltimore X
Boston X       X
Charlotte X X   X  
Chicago X X X X X X
Cincinati X
Cleveland X  
Dallas X X X   X
Denver   X       X
Detroit X X
Fresno X
Gainsville     X
Grand Rapids, MI X
Harrisburg X
Harlingen X
Hartford/New Haven   X
Houston X   X   X X
Las Vegas X
Los Angeles X X X   X X
Miami X X X   X
Minneapolis   X X   X
New York X X X X X X
Orlando X   X
Philadelphia X X X X   X
Phoenix X   X X
Pittsburgh X
Raleigh Durham X
Sacramento X
Salt Lake City X
San Antonio           X
San Diego   X   X    
San Francisco X X X X   X
Tampa X
Tucson X
Washington DC X X X
West Palm Beach X

A Quick Summary

ABC: 8 markets

CBS: 23 markets

Fox: 18 markets

NBC: 12 markets

MyTV: 9 markets

Telemundo: 15 markets

If you are lucky and live in Chicago or New York you get every local channel. These are the only two markets with every local channel on PlayStation Vue according to the data Sony sent us. Other markets with a lot of local channels are Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Miami. All of these markets are missing only one local channel.

The only question left is at what point does PlayStation Vue start to charge an extra $10 a month if you have too many local channels? The number seems to be three or four depending on what market you live in.

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