FOX RSNs to be removed from YouTube TV this week

One issue for sports fans within the last year has been streaming the FOX Regional Sports Networks.

The primary reason for this is due to its new ownership, which is Sinclair Boradcasting Group.

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Most of the live TV streaming services such as Sling TV, fuboTV and others have been forced to remove the networks from their channel lineups due to their inability to get a new contract with Slinclair.

Tonight, YouTube TV reported on its Twitter account that starting Thursday, October 1, it will be dropping all of the FOX RSNs from its channel lineup.

Here is the full list of regional FOX Sports networks that are planned to be removed, according to Cord Cutters News:

  • FOX Sports Arizona
  • FOX Sports Ohio
  • Sports Time Ohio
  • FOX Sports Detroit
  • FOX Sports Wisconsin
  • FOX Sports North
  • FOX Sports Kansas City
  • FOX Sports Midwest
  • FOX Sports Indiana
  • FOX Sports Tennessee
  • FOX Sports Carolinas
  • FOX Sports Southeast,
  • FOX Sports South
  • FOX Sports Florida
  • FOX Sports Sun
  • FOX Sports New Orleans
  • FOX Sports Oklahoma
  • FOX Sports Southwest
  • FOX Sports San Diego

While the loss of those channels is disheartening to sports fans, the service did recently add NFL Network and NFL RedZone right before the 2020 NFL season started and also added Viacom channels this past summer, so the service still has something to offer to its customers.

At this time, the only way to stream FOX RSNs is through Hulu with Live TV for $54.99 a month, AT&T TV starting at $59.99 a month and AT&T TV NOW starting at $55 a month.

YouTube TV is available for $64.99 a month and can be streamed on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.

David Becker
Author: David Becker

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