Are you an Xfinity customer? You now have access to Fox Nation, if you choose to pay for it.
Fox Nation, Fox News’ on-demand, subscription-based streaming service, is now available to Comcast’s Xfinity TV customers on Xfinity On Demand and to Internet-only customers on Xfinity Flex, according to an announcement from John Finley, Executive Vice President of Development at Fox News. Xfinity customers can add Fox Nation to their service for $5.99 per month.
“We’ve seen an incredible demand for Fox Nation since we launched the streaming service last fall and we’re excited to further expand our reach across Comcast’s millions of Xfinity customers,” Finley said.
Now, Xfinity customers can see Abby Hornacek’s “Ride to Work” series hosted and Brian Kilmeade’s “What Made America Great” series along with the platform’s historical documentaries, long and short-form programming, including conservative opinion programming, extended versions of Fox News shows, investigative series and specials.
The Fox Nation and Xfinity news comes a day after the announcement that Fox News On-Demand Audio will be distributed through SiriusXM’s On-Demand platform and on Pandora as podcasts thanks to an extension of a pre-existing agreement between Fox and SiriusXM, making Fox’s weekday primetime shows available to more than 100 million subscribers and listeners.
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