Many large television networks, such as the American Broadcasting Company and CBS, offer live streaming news via the Internet for free. Many local news stations also stream live news at no charge.
ABC's live streaming news is accessible at Abcnews.go.com. ABC provides access to three different streams, including a weather radar, Now on ABC News, which features both news and pop culture programming, and Explore.Org, which offers nature programming. CBS provides live streaming news at Cbsnews.com. CBS only offers one stream and it is entirely dedicated to the news. Both providers insert commercial breaks into the programming, but the actual commercials are not played for the viewer. The British Broadcasting Corporation does not provide live streaming, but instead offers various short videos that cover recent news events from around the world.
It is also commonplace for local news channels to provide free live news streaming. KPIX in the San Francisco Bay Area offers streaming at Sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com, but video is only provided during scheduled hours, since it is a simulcast of the actual television channel. KTLA in Los Angeles provides live streaming at Ktla.com. KTLA streams the news for 24 hours and also allows the viewer to rewind the video backward 15 hours.