Can’t I already watch broadcast TV online?
Sometimes, yes. The major broadcast networks have “apps” on which viewers can watch network programming and some local broadcasters offer time-delayed or live stream versions of their programming. However, you might have to be a cable or satellite subscriber to “authenticate” such access, or you might have to pay a fee, and rarely can you receive a live stream version of all local broadcasts. Locast.org, like the broadcast translators found around the country, simply offers local broadcast streams to the local market.
Activating the Locast App on TV Streaming Devices
If you have added Locast to your Roku device, you have the option of logging in using your email address and password or an activation code. Activating Locast on Roku is just another way of logging in. 1. Navigate to the "Login with Code" button at ...
Live TV Guide Display Options
You can now view your Locast Live TV Guide in it's entirety, just HD channels available in your market or the channels that you have set as favorites for your user profile.
Geolocation Errors on TV Streaming Devices
Geolocation can be tricky with ROKU, APPLE TV, ANDROID TV, and FIRE TV devices as they do not have built in GPS/location services like other devices do. If you are receiving a location error on one of these devices, please logout of Locast.org and ...
Clear Cache on Fire TV to Resolve Frequent Buffering and Other Issues
Sometimes the Locast app will cache data which may cause the app to not function correctly or cause the stream to buffer frequently. If you are having this experience on all of your channels or having issues launching the app, clearing the cache may ...
Why can I no longer view programming on Roku, FireTV, Apple TV or Android TV?
If you are receiving a location or out of market error, please see: Geolocation Errors on TV Streaming Devices If you are having trouble with the Locast app, please try logging out and activating again. Activating Locast is just another way of ...