Tablo is a digital video recorder (DVR) for Over-The-Air (OTA) broadcast television signals that is controlled by a tablet or web-based application.[1][2] Tablo receives free Over-The-Air signals from an antenna, allowing the user to either watch live TV or record programs to an external USB hard drive[3] or internal storage, depending on the model.[4] Tablo can connect to a home network through either Wi-Fi or Ethernet connections.

Company typeSubsidiary
FoundedFebruary 5, 2010; 14 years ago (2010-02-05)
Headquarters555 Legget Dr, Tower B Suite 836, ,
Key people
Grant Hall, Founder and CEO
ParentE. W. Scripps Company Edit this at Wikidata

Tablo is designed and developed by a company called Nuvyyo. Nuvyyo is an Kanata, Ontario based technology company, formed by veterans of the local technology scene, which launched in 2010.[5]

Some of Tablo's competitors are Channel Master, HDHomeRun and TiVo.

In 2022, the company was purchased by E. W. Scripps, a television broadcasting conglomerate, for $14 million USD.[6]

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  1. ^ Duarte, Dylan, Nuvyyo Introduces Tablo, the Tablet-based DVR Service for Free OTA Content, retrieved 2014-03-17
  2. ^ Scharr, Jill, Tablo is a DVR for Cord-Cutters, retrieved 2014-03-17
  3. ^ How Tablo works, retrieved 2014-03-17
  4. ^ Tablo Products, retrieved 2021-04-05
  5. ^ "Nuvyyo".
  6. ^ Bouma, Luke (2023-03-10). "Tablo DVRs Have Been Sold To a Major Broadcaster". Cord Cutters News. Retrieved 2023-08-29.

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