Fox News launches international streaming service

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Fox News Media’s new linear streaming service brings US news all over the world.

In the US alone, Fox News Media’s channels reach around 200 million people every month. Now the media giant is opening its gates to the world and is launching its own international streaming service: FOX News International. This streaming service bundles the programs of the stations FOX News Channel and FOX Business in one channel for the global audience. While Fox News International in Mexico will be available from August 20th, Germany, Spain and Great Britain will have to wait until September 17th.

The “direct to consumer” service will be available via mobile devices and OTT devices, including on the iPhone, Android, Apple TV and Android TV – shortly afterwards also on Amazon Fire TV and Roku. The subscription should cost $ 6.99 per month. In addition to the linear stream for the broadcast of the US main news channel FOX News Channel and the business broadcaster FOX Business, the streaming service offers an on-demand program with programs such as “Tucker Carlson Tonight”, “Hannity”, “The Ingraham Angle”, “Special Report” with Bret Baier ”,“ The Journal Editorial Report ”,“ MediaBuzz ”and“ Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo ”.

FOX News Media CEO Suzanne Scott is pleased to announce that FOX News International is now able to give overseas audiences access to a “trustworthy news source and insightful analysis”. With the streaming service on offer, viewers would not miss any news from America’s leading news channel. By the end of the year, FOX News International will be available in twenty countries.

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