When it comes to saying goodbye to cable, getting access to your local networks and the prime time shows are a priority for many. You no longer need a cable or satellite TV subscription to watch your local TV channels. You can now watch your local networks through the internet through streaming devices and services.
All you need is a streaming device to connect to various video services over the internet using apps (also known as channels) to stream the video directly to your TV.
Live TV Options
Below are some popular app (channel service) options to stream local TV over the internet. While we don’t endorse any particular option, all of the following services have a local feed.
Also, many news channels have an app of their own or other streaming options (click on the links below to learn more about your preferred station in the Denver area):
Live TV + The Full Streaming Experience
To enhance your overall streaming experience, including live channels and other options – the best place to start is by using the
At its core, this tool is essentially a “quiz” leading you through simple questions about your existing streaming apps, channels, and services and your content needs and preferences. All it takes is a few minutes to find out how you can cut the cable cord and potentially save hundreds of dollars a year.
Once you’ve finished the quiz and picked the channels you want to watch, the Find My Bundle Tool quickly configures packages and bundles to meet your needs and presents their price points.
It expedites and simplifies the research process so you won’t miss out on your favorite shows and movie apps or any of the sports and teams you follow. Be sure to check out the Great Value option for even more savings.
Building a bundle with the Find My Bundle Tool lays a strong foundation for all your streaming home entertainment.
When Will Service Be Available?
Service will be built out over the next 3 to 5 years beginning the fall of 2019. The initial phase will take advantage of Estes Park Power & Communications’ smart grid fiber-optic infrastructure, which already exists in specific neighborhoods and is currently under construction in others.
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