FOX has announced that they will be allowing cord cutters across the nation to stream the FOX News channel for completely free throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
This means that at this time, FOX News is available to watch without a cable or streaming service provider. Please note that this does not include the FOX Business channel.
It also means that FOX’s 29 owned stations are available to stream for free too during this time.
“Our highest duty as a company is to provide the individuals and communities we serve with information and analysis to help educate and protect them during dangerous times. That is why we are today making Fox News and Fox Television stations available to everyone in the country,” said Fox Corp. CEO Lachlan Murdoch.
In order to stream FOX News for free, you can stream it on the FOX News website and app, FOX’s website and the FOX NOW app. The 29 owned FOX stations will be streamed for free on the FOX website and FOX NOW app.
While FOX News is typically number one in cable news TV ratings, providing this to Americans across the country will allow FOX News to increase its viewership and ratings throughout the next few weeks.
The FOX NOW and FOX News apps are available for the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Apple TV. Its websites can be streamed from the Mac via Safari, Google Chrome or Firefox browsers.