Moreno talked to Lisa Breckenridge, a reporter for the Los Angeles Fox O&O, about the device, which broadcasts over airwaves specifically reserved for television. Users are able to watch programming without 3G, 4G or WiFi.
Currentlym the device is able to deliver live local and national television to 35 markets, with plans to add more in place.
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