NBCUniversal Local will present comprehensive coverage of the upcoming total solar eclipse on its NBC and Telemundo streaming news channels on April 8, beginning at 12 p.m. ET. The free, ad-supported streaming TV (FAST) channels will feature multiple hours of unprecedented bilingual coverage, with reporting from Mexico to Maine, as the astronomical event crosses North America.

The live special anchoring the extended streaming coverage will be produced by Dallas-Fort Worth’s NBC 5 / KXAS and Telemundo 39 / KXTX. The program will be led by anchors Brian Curtis, Deborah Ferguson, Nancy Leal and Carlos Zapata, and Chief Meteorologists Nestor Flecha and Rick Mitchell from Reunion Tower in Dallas. Additional reporters and meteorologists will contribute from more than a dozen different locations in the eclipse’s path.

Program schedules vary by channel. Select NBC- and Telemundo-owned stations will deliver complementary or exclusively local coverage on their respective stations and streaming channels, including NBC Chicago News (beginning at 8 a.m. CT). Check channel listings for programming information; times subject to change.

NBCU Local’s 24/7 streaming news portfolio includes 11 NBC local news channels – which cover each of NBCU Local’s NBC-owned station markets – and four regional Telemundo channels: Noticias Telemundo California, Noticias Telemundo Florida, Noticias Telemundo Noreste and Noticias Telemundo Texas. The channels are available nationwide on leading streaming services and connected TV (CTV) platforms.

NBC local news streaming channels

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