Charter Spectrum, best known for its broadband and pay TV services, is championing local news with a new mobile app.
The Spectrum News App officially launched this week for Android and iOS devices. It features video and text-based stories, as well as live linear video feeds from its 30-plus TV news networks in states including California, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas and Wisconsin.
Additional local news comes from the growing number of multimedia journalists hired in nearly all of its local news markets, including Columbus, Ohio; Louisville, Kentucky; Los Angeles; Milwaukee; New York; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Tampa Bay, Florida; as well as its Washington, D.C., bureau, which produces stories with local impact.
All of Charter Spectrum’s 28 million internet, TV and mobile customers get free access to the app. Within the app, users put in their ZIP code to get news and weather based on
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