Every night, I connect to the “NBC Nightly News” website and access any full broadcast on my iPhone or iPad and use the mirroring feature to watch them on my 50-inch TV, commercial free and no pre-emption by sports.
Apparently, KSBY is so busy crooking their index at DirecTV that they do not have time to figure out how to stream their local news broadcasts on their website.
I quit pointing my finger at satellite and cable in 2014 when I ended years of trying the bait-and-switch, extortion-based pricing of TV programming. Now, I stream “NBC Nightly News,” “60 Minutes” and The Comedy Channel, rent movies from iTunes, and enjoy reasonably priced Netflix and Amazon Prime content while saving the $70 a month I was paying for TV service.
Now I have access to multi-season episodes of TV series, which are accessible at my convenience with no need for a DVR or DVD player. As soon as providers like HBO start offering direct subscriptions to end-users, the death grip by cable and satellite will be forced loose.