A new technology that lets you watch FoxNews.com and other Fox sites at home is starting to be embraced by people who don’t have a TV.
But it’s also being hailed as a boon to people who already pay $60 or more for cable, satellite, and the like.
In addition to the usual list of sites, such as FoxNews, FoxNewsgo and FoxBusiness, Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, Fox Sports, Fox & Gator, Fox Network,Fox News Channel 2, Fox Deportes,Fox Sports 1, FoxSports1, Fox Nation, Fox Sport 1,FoxNews.tv, FoxNets, Foxnews, Fox and Friends,Fox &, Gator Network, and Fox &amt.
are among the services that support the “Fox News” app on iPhones, iPads, Android phones, Roku TVs, Apple TVs, Windows PCs and other devices.
A list of the services available on iOS devices with the Fox News app.
The services include Fox News, FoxBusiness Network, FOXNewsgo, FoxNEWS, FoxFamily Medical,Fox&Gator, FOX Sports, FOX Network,fox& ;Gator Network 2,fox News Channel 1,foxNews.net,foxnews.tv1,foxNets1,FoxNetwork2,foxSports1 and Fox News.tv are available on Android phones.
Apple TV is not on the list of supported platforms.
“This is great news for those who live in places like New York and Los Angeles where cable TV and satellite providers are struggling to provide high-quality cable access for their subscribers,” said David Himmelstein, senior vice president of digital marketing for FoxNews and FoxNewsGo, in a statement.
“Fox’s commitment to providing quality, fast-moving news coverage will help drive the network’s audience growth and profitability for years to come.”
The new service, called Fox News at Home, is now available in about 20 markets, including Washington, D.C., Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, Las Vegas, Miami, New York, Philadelphia, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, and Tampa, Florida.
It is also available on Roku TVs in New York City, Chicago and Los Angles, Miami and Atlanta, and Roku TVs with Apple TVs in Seattle, Phoenix and Dallas.
The news is also welcome for Fox News and other news organizations that pay for their programming through subscription, said Brian Osterholm, executive vice president and general manager of Fox News Media.
The new service lets people access the content from FoxNews-owned channels, which are often owned by major news organizations.
It’s “really good news for us because we’ve been trying to get people to pay for our news,” Osterholms said.
“It’s a good fit for us and we’re really excited to be able to bring that service to people.
And for the people who have been paying for it, they’re getting the best of what they want.”
The Fox News apps are a step up from the way people use the Apple TV app.
There are currently no apps for Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TVs, Roku streaming players, or Apple TV.
The Fox News website is also still a Fox News-owned site, although it now uses a different URL and name.