A New York-based nonprofit local broadcast TV streaming service is now available to Indianapolis area residents. Locast says the free service provides access to local news, storm coverage, and emergency information, among others.
The programming, which includes more than 40 channels, is available with internet-connected devices through Locast’s app or website to viewers in the Indianapolis DMA, which includes Bloomington, Kokomo and Muncie, covering 32 counties.
“When dealing with health, safety, or participation in our democracy through voting, Locast performs a critical public service by increasing access to local broadcast TV channels,” said Locast founder and Chairman David Goodfriend. “We are working diligently to make local broadcast more accessible, especially for those who cannot get local TV channels from an off-air antenna or cannot afford a pay-TV subscription.”
Locast says it now delivers local TV channels to 24 markets in the U.S. and serves about 148 million viewers.
You can connect to Locast’s complete local TV guides by clicking here.