DIRECTV NOW Users in More Markets Can Watch ABC, NBC and FOX beginning in July
With more ABC, NBC and FOX affiliates rolling out beginning next week, DIRECTV NOW will more than double its number of supported local stations since the service launched in November 2016. With this expansion, DIRECTV NOW has live local coverage in almost 70% of U.S. TV households.
- Expansion of ABC to more than 30 new markets, including Atlanta, Dallas-Fort Worth and Boston.
- Expansion of NBC to 4 new markets, including Kansas City, MO., Salt Lake City, Milwaukee and West Palm Beach, FL.
- Expansion of FOX to Juneau, AK.
“We are pleased to add additional content to the DIRECTV NOW offering by more than doubling our live local channels lineup today,” said Daniel York, Chief Content Officer for AT&T. “We will keep the momentum going, and have plans to keep the number of local channels growing on DIRECTV NOW.”
By the end of August, DIRECTV NOW plans to triple the number of local live channels available since launch. Users in more markets will see live local ABC, NBC and FOX channels.
DIRECTV NOW offers users nationwide access to more than 120 channels, including live sports, more than 20,000 on demand titles, premium channels, popular shows and hit movies. Within minutes of signing up you have the power to stream premium live content over a U.S. wired or wireless internet connection on a variety of devices, all without the limits of boxes, annual contracts or credit checks.