The free ad-supported streaming service Tubi now has over a dozen FOX stations users can stream live.
However, the stations that are available to stream are only in select markets at this time.
Here are the following FOX stations Tubi users can now stream live:
- New York (WNYW-TV)
- Los Angeles (KTTV-TV)
- Chicago (WFLD-TV)
- Philadelphia (WTXF-TV)
- Dallas (KDFW-TV)
- San Francisco (KTVU-TV)
- Washington DC (WTTG-TV)
- Houston (KRIV-TV)
- Atlanta (WAGA-TV)
- Phoenix (KSAZ-TV)
- Tampa (WTVT-TV)
- Seattle (KCPQ-TV)
- Detroit (WJBK-TV)
- Minneapolis (KMSP-TV)
- Orlando (WOFL-TV)
- Milwaukee (WITI-TV)
- Austin (KTBC-TV)
One of the reasons Tubi is getting these TV stations is due to FOX Corporation buying the streaming service for $440 million in May 2020, enabling it to have a new streaming platforms in the new cord cutting society we live in.
Tubi CEO Farhad Massoudi said these FOX stations are just the beginning.
“Tubi is building the best free news streaming offering, utilizing the local news expertise of FOX and other leading national and international news outlets to offer the information viewers need now more than ever,” he said. “We will continue to evolve News on Tubi to offer more choices while also diversifying other content choices to serve our young, diverse, and growing userbase.”
The streaming service also plans on adding Hearst Television stations too. Its plan is to eventually add local TV stations from 25 of the top TV markets in the U.S. A launch date has not been announced.
Tubi is available to stream for free on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.
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