One of the minor obstacles when cutting the cord and subscribing to a streaming service is the lack of availability of your local over-the-air networks such as NBC, FOX, CBS and Telemundo.
For sports fans, the vast majority of the games are on channels accessible via cable or satellite. But cord cutters soon find out how the games aired on local network television are the ones that are often the biggest pain in the neck to watch via streaming or on TV.
If you have an indoor HD antenna, then your problems are solved.
But if you’re like the rest of us who have cut the cord but are waiting for over-the-channels to be added to streaming services, fuboTV has announced that it has significantly expanded the number of local networks that are available to subscribers across the United States.
As of this date, fuboTV now carries 126 local TV stations (including those owned & operated by or affiliated with CBS, FOX or NBC) plus access to FOX network programming in 45 additional local markets, with more to come. This includes live streams for:
• FOX coverage in 75% of U.S. households across 91 markets, including 20 of the top 20 markets and 44 of the top 50,
• CBS coverage in 56% of U.S. households, including 20 of the top 20 markets and 32 of the top 50,
• NBC coverage in 39% of U.S. households and 12 of top 20 markets and 19 of the top 50.
Plus fuboTV subscribers can watch Telemundo in more than two dozen cities in the United States via the streaming service.
For the complete list of cities that have access to local coverage via fuboTV, get our free fuboTV viewing guide, which includes two pages of facts, tips and information to help make your cord cutting decision even easier.
fuboTV is currently offering a 7-day free trial to the streaming service. No cable or satellite TV subscription is required.