FLO TV Preps for Major Expansion On June 12
Today Qualcomm announced that its MediaFLO mobile television network will go live in more markets on June 12 when the transition to DTV is takes place. Fifteen new markets will go live immediately, including major cities such as Boston, Houston, Miami and San Francisco. The remaining 24 markets will go live throughout the rest of the year. According to Qualcomm, when all these markets are live, MediaFLO will cover some 200 million people in 100 markets across the country. Both AT&T and Verizon Wireless use MediaFLO to provide live television content to their subscribers.
DirecTV Now Adds CBS, The CW, Other Channels
AT&T today improved its DirecTV Now television service with the addition of CBS and other channels. DirecTV Now has offered content from ABC, FOX, and NBC since launch, but not CBS.
AT&T Boosts DirecTV Now Live Channel Lineup
AT&T today said its DirecTV Now television service offers more than 100 live local channels. Local affiliates of ABC, NBC, and FOX (but not CBS) are available in markets including Chicago, Dallas-Ft.
YouTube TV Expands to More Markets
YouTube TV will soon be available to millions more people around the U.S. thanks to a significant expansion of the service.
AT&T Adds More Live Local Channels to DirecTV Now
AT&T today said its DirecTV Now streaming television service has access to even more live local channels, including 25 new ABC, NBC, and FOX affiliates. Some of the new markets include Buffalo, N.Y., Grand Rapids, Mich., Little Rock, Ark., Myrtle Beach, S.C., Palm Springs, Calif, and Tulsa, Okla.