There are a number of ways to watch your favorite local programming with Sling TV.
Live local programming from FOX and NBC are available in select Designated Market Areas (DMAs) when subscribed to our Sling Blue or Sling Orange + Sling Blue services.
Check below to see markets that currently offer FOX or NBC:
|San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose||KTVU|
|San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose||KNTV|
Your location determines which channels you can receive. To see if you're in one of the above markets, hit the button below and enter the ZIP code where you're watching from:
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How does the locals search tool work?
Using your ZIP code, we'll let you know if you'll be able to receive local channels or Regional Sports Networks (RSNs) in your area. Here's what you'll see:
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|Receive local channels and an RSN||Receive local channels only||Receive an RSN only||Receive neither local channels or an RSN|
Are any other local channels available?
Additional local channels are not available at this time.
However, sporting events on ABC, such as college football and NBA basketball can be viewed on ESPN3, available with your Sling Orange subscription.
Additionally, all Sling Blue and Sling Orange + Sling Blue subscribers will receive On-Demand content such as hit shows and special presentations from NBC and FOX included with their subscription. Content is normally available the day after it first airs. Select live programming is also available through the NBC and FOX websites, as well as the NBC and FOXNOW apps, Learn more about TV Anywhere apps available with your subscription here.
Where will local channels be in my guide?
FOX and NBC will show up at the front of your guide when you subscribe to Sling Blue or Sling Orange + Sling Blue.
Important Note: If you're unable to receive live local programming through your Sling subscription, FOX and NBC will be available as On-Demand-only channels.
I can't get locals through Sling, how can I still watch?
We still have options to make sure you can watch your favorite live local programming. Keep reading:
If you're in Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, New York, Philadelphia or Washington, DC, watch your local channels for free using the Locast app or by visiting. locast.org. The Locast app is available for your Android or iOS smartphone or tablet, laptop, Amazon Fire device or Roku device.
CBS All Access
For an additional cost, you can download and watch CBS programming - including NFL Football - with the CBS All Access app. CBS All Access is available on many of the same devices you use to watch Sling TV, including Roku, Amazon Fire and Apple TV.
Watch your favorites live, like your local news, sports such as NFL Football and hit shows - all for FREE - when you pair an HD antenna with your Sling subscription. Get FOX or NBC if they aren't available on Sling TV in your area, and watch channels like CBS, ABC, the CW and other local channels not on Sling. Hit the button below to see what channels you can see in your area and learn how to get an HD antenna on us:
Note: Local broadcast channel availability varies based on geography.
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Why should I use an HD antenna?
Did you know that by 2020, local channels like CBS, ABC and FOX could cost you over $300/year? Unlike the other guys, Sling won't make you pay for local channels. It's just one of the many ways Sling help you keep your monthly bill low, by offering a smarter solution to get you the live TV you love.
Modern HD antennas are compact, convenient and extremely affordable, plus setting one up is easy! Just position your antenna on or near a window, connect it to your TV and let it scan for channels in your area.
I'm too far away for an antenna, what now?
Give us a call at 888-350-2019. Our agents will be happy to help find the right solution for you!
Why aren't locals available in my city?
The local channels offered on Sling TV are limited to those owned and operated by their respective networks (FOX and NBC)
What is a DMA?
A Designated Market Area or DMA is a region usually centered around a large city that determines the programming you'll receive. Markets are usually named for the largest city or cities in the market.
For Example: The New York DMA includes not only New York City itself, but areas where New York channels are viewed the most. This includes areas surrounding the city, as well as party of New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.
The DMA you are in determines what local and regional content you can receive.
How do Regional Sports Networks work?
Regional Sports Networks (RSNs) you can receive with your Sling Blue subscription are based on your billing ZIP code. Note that you can only receive RSNs through your Sling TV subscription, and you won't be able to receive these channels over the air with an antenna. Hit the button below for more information on how RSNs with Sling TV work: