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FREE TV SERVICE LOCAST SUSPENDS OPERATIONS AFTER LEGAL LOSS

Locast, a service that streamed local TV for free in about three dozen U.S. cities, is suspending operations after losses in court against the broadcast industry.

The owners of the country’s major broadcast TV networks — ABC,

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