TabletTV

Hello Bay Area…Welcome to TabletTV!!

Hello Bay Area…Welcome to TabletTV!!

TabletTV is now accepting orders for TabletTV in the San Francisco Bay Area!! Be among the first to watch and record up to 50 digital broadcast network and local channels anytime, anywhere on your tablet. No cable. No Internet. And no monthly fees!

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Where we are & where we're going

Where we are & where we're going

Tablet TV is now available in the Bay Area where tablet owners can enjoy up to 50 digital broadcast network and local channels! Following the launch in San Francisco, Tablet TV will begin to rollout to major markets across the US in 2015. Once you have your Tablet TV you can take it with you to anywhere in America and watch and record what’s on in any city. So sign up to our email update list and stay connected with TabletTV. It’s free. It’s easy. It’s personal.

Features and How it Works

Did you know that the most viewed programs in America are actually available for free? When you sign up for TabletTV, you’ll receive a set up kit (An App and palm-sized tuner device) that scans available stations in your area, provides you with an easy to view and navigate program schedule, and a simple interface so that you can set your viewing and recording preferences. As soon as you are set up, you can start watching as much over-the-air broadcast TV for free - how, when, and where you want. No cable, satellite, or Internet subscription is required.

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Features and How it Works
The Simple Way to Enjoy Broadcast Television

The Simple Way to Enjoy Broadcast Television

We believe that every tablet user in America has a right to watch the most popular programs – sports, news, entertainment - available on live broadcast television when they want, where they want... subscription free – the way it was meant to be. Our mission is to make it simple for you to enjoy 50 or more channels with no subscriptions, no contracts, no fuss.

  • Better value – watch and record your favorite live local and network programming subscription free. It’s free!
  • Better experience – Easy to set up, watch, and record, you now take your content with you wherever you go and watch it whenever you want. It’s easy!
  • Better quality – you can now enjoy live, HD-quality broadcast television on your tablet. NO hot spots. NO buffering. NO wait times. And NO authentication. It’s your personal TV!

Latest Press

No fees, no wires, just TV on a tablet, startup promises

From SFgate.com, 8/24/2014.....Bay Area television viewers may soon have one more reason to cut the cord with cable and satellite companies thanks to a service that brings free over-the-air TV to tablet computers.....It's called TabletTV, which doesn't require Wi-Fi, a cellular connection or a subscription fee. All that customers need is an iPad or Android tablet and one of the startup's antenna devices costing less than $100.

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Magid finds clear market opportunity for TabletTV

From Broadbandtvnews.com, 8/26/2014....TabletTV is nearing its San Francisco-area beta launch in partnership with the KOFY-TV station, owned by Granite Broadcasting, and research seems to suggest the timing looks to be ideal....That’s according to new data from Frank N. Magid Associates, a research-based strategy consulting firm. Magid’s latest research finds a clear market opportunity for TabletTV, as 33% of all tablet owners consider themselves very likely to use TabletTV. Given that almost half of the current US population with internet access owns a tablet, or about 110 million people, the scale of the opportunity is clear.

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Tablet Television nears launch

From CSImagazine.com, 9/04/2014....The will enable viewers to watch and record live broadcast content in HD using patented and proprietary technology in every market in the US and, in association with local broadcasting partners, will be able to provide on-demand packages, according to the company. Additional features such as fully-integrated social television will be available to internet connected viewers.

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