Earlier this month, Fox Weather announced that it would be expanding to more platforms. At the time, Fox Weather had been added to Amazon News on Fire TV and to YouTube TV. Today, the streaming weather channel was added to fuboTV.
“Following our successful launch this past fall, we are excited to significantly expand our distribution footprint and deliver FOX Weather’s innovative coverage to millions of viewers on many of television’s most popular streaming services and devices,” said Fox Weather president Sharri Berg when the announcement about expanding access was made.
The channel is also available on free services including The Roku Channel and Xumo. Fox Weather will also be available through Fox TV Service’s (FTS) Diginet channels in 17 markets. The service is now accessible in New York, Seattle, and San Francisco with plans to expand to the remaining 14 markets. The streaming service will also simulcast one hour per weekday and two hours on weekends on FTS’s 11 duopoly stations in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Dallas, San Francisco, Houston, Seattle, Phoenix, Minneapolis, and Orlando.
Source: Cord Cutters News