By now, most of us have heard of free streaming service FSN Live, which allows users to download a live stream from the company’s website.
Unfortunately, the service doesn’t support over-the-air broadcast.
Now, however, the company has updated its free live streaming page with the option to broadcast over-air broadcasts.
Users will still need to purchase a dedicated FSN device for the service, but the company will let users choose the type of broadcast they want.
This new feature is available only for FSN-enabled devices running Android or iOS devices, but FSN users will still be able to stream to compatible Roku, Apple TV, and Google Chromecast devices.
The new feature allows users the ability to record live streams from up to five channels of live content, and it also lets users record from a home network of up to six devices.
For example, if you have two Roku 3s connected, you could have a live broadcast of one of them with one of the two other devices.
FSN’s live streaming option is available on the Android and iOS App Store, but it won’t be available on Apple TV until the end of March.