Fox News International Expands Streaming Platform in Europe

Fox News Media’s international streaming platform Fox News International expanded its distribution in Europe Oct. 15 to include Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Romania and Sweden.

That brings the total number of countries where the service is available to 15. The direct-to-consumer platform launched in Mexico in August, and in the United Kingdom, Germany and Spain in September. The platform is targeting a reach of more than 20 countries by early 2021.

Subscribers have access to Fox News Channel and Fox Business programming. Fox News International is available through mobile and OTT devices, including iPhone, Android, Apple TV and Android TV, with plans to bring the service to Amazon Fire TV and Roku later this year.

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One thought on “Fox News International Expands Streaming Platform in Europe”

  1. I pay a cable company to watch Fox News down here in Brazil. Sorry but I just can take any more your breaks with small clips over and over with Chris Wallace and others, I watch Fox News a lot but I have to keep change channels to avoiding seen these clips, leave mute or local commercials, it´s extremely annoying all the time the same.

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