How to Watch WTIC (FOX 61) Live Without Cable in 2020 - Your Top 3 Options

Flixed Team November 19, 2020

You can stream WTIC (FOX affiliate) with Hulu with Live TV, fuboTV and YouTube TV, or by tuning into Channel 61 on your antenna for the broadcast.

If you’re looking for a well-rounded streaming service with local channels in Hartford & New Haven, then we recommend Hulu with Live TV for watching WTIC (FOX 61) and 64 other national and local channels including ESPN, Discovery, A&E, ABC, History and more.

Whether it’s sports or local programming, Hulu offers the best balance between affordability and convenience. Read on further for our breakdown.

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Alternatively, if you're looking for the option with the most live content (including WTIC) then fuboTV is your best bet. Additionally, fuboTV offers 112 other national and local channels including ESPN, AMC, A&E, OWN, History and more

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Local Channels in Hartford & New Haven

Including WTIC, Hulu with Live TV offers 5 local channels with networks including CBS, FOX, NBC, Telemundo, and ABC if you're streaming from Hartford & New Haven.

In comparison, fuboTV offers 8 local channels. Sling TV does not offer WTIC in their catalogue.

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Regional Sports Networks

If you're looking for a service with regional sports in Hartford & New Haven, then Hulu with Live TV has you covered.

NBC Sports Boston and SNY are only available via Hulu with Live TV. Sling TV and YouTube TV do not offer regional sports in their catalogue.

Supported Devices

While Hulu with Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV each support web browsers, Android/iOS devices, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, and Roku, Hulu with Live TV also supports gaming consoles like Microsoft Xbox consoles and the Nintendo Switch.

If you want to find out more about device support across streaming providers, be sure to check out our detailed articles:

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