Tubi Kicks Off LatinX Heritage Month With Original Programming

Tubi, Fox Entertainment’s ad-supported FAST streaming platform, announced the premiere original soccer comedy Domingo and dramatic thriller La Dosis as part of its LatinX Heritage Month programming, beginning Sept. 17, as the platform continues to build on the success of Tubi en Español and cater to its Spanish-speaking audiences.

Domingo is Tubi’s first-ever Spanish-language original movie, and Mexican director Raúl López Echeverría’s feature debut with Samuel Goldwyn Films and Picture Tree International. Viewers will also be treated to a curated selection of Spanish and English-language titles, from “El Chicano” and “Desierto” to “¿Quién es la Máscara?,” “Devious Maids” and “La Bamba.”

The movie tells the story of Domingo (Eduardo Covarrubias, “Bajo Tierra”), a man of 55 living in a poor suburb near Guadalajara. When his wife (Imelda Sánchez) abruptly leaves him, he decides to do everything in his power to realize his lifelong dream of becoming a professional soccer commentator. He soon realizes how much his impassioned weekly commentaries on local amateur matches are changing lives throughout his neighborhood.

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Domingo was inspired from observing working-class districts in the suburbs of Guadalajara, where football grounds are a central part of the community and dear to the inhabitants’ hearts. The film will also have a local premiere in competition at the Guadalajara International Film Festival, and will screen as part of the TIFF industry Selects line-up.

La Dosis follows Marcos (Carlos Portaluppi, “Vidas Robadas”), an experienced ICU nurse in a provincial Argentine clinic who begins to suspect that his charismatic coworker is murdering patients. La Dosis is directed by Martin Kraut (“Luisa”) and also stars Ignacio Rogers (“Sabado Uno”), German de Silva (“Wild Tales”) and Arturo Bonin (“Looney Love”).

Tubi Sponsors Fox NFL Postgame Show ‘The OT’

Fox Entertainment continues to aggressively market its ad-supported FAST platform Tubi, incorporating the platform as presenting sponsor of the network’s Sept. 12 postgame “The OT” segment following the “NFL on Fox” first-week televised game between the Denver Broncos and the New York Giants.

Fox Corp., unlike other media companies, has eschewed the subscription VOD business in favor of Tubi, which it acquired for $440 million in 2019. Seeking the platform as a digital extension of its ad-supported TV network, Fox is hoping to generate $350 million in incremental revenue in 2021 — $1 billion annually in the next few years.

To do that, Tubi needs viewer eyeballs. Millions of them.

At the end of the fiscal year (June 30), Tubi surpassed 3 billion hours streamed, up more than 50% over the prior year. During the recent quarter, total view time surpassed 900 million hours, up more than 40% over the prior-year quarter.

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Driving the increased viewership: Primetime TV content, including the first digital access to Fox reality competition series “The Masked Singer” and “Lego Masters,” among others.

“I cannot emphasize enough the importance of total view time as the critical metric for ad supported streaming,” CEO Lachlan Murdoch said on the company’s latest fiscal call. “It is the best measure of burgeoning engagement on Tubi and correlates directly to the monetization of the platform.”

Last month, Tubi and Fox Sports announced the launch of “Sports on Tubi” in the U.S., affording viewers access to 10 live streaming channels for different sports, including professional football, baseball, soccer, collegiate sports from the ACC and Pac-12 Conferences, as well as nearly 700 hours of VOD content.

Tubi Announces Original Movie ‘Corrective Measures’ With Bruce Willis

As part of its original content rollout strategy, Tubi Sept. 8 announced the future original movie release Corrective Measures, a sci-fi action movie starring Bruce Willis and Michael Rooker (Guardians of the Galaxy, The Suicide Squad, “The Walking Dead”) is set for release on the ad-supported VOD platform in spring 2022.

Based on a graphic novel, Corrective Measures is written, directed and produced by Sean Patrick O’Reilly (Howard Lovecraft, The Kingdom of Madness) and is set in San Tiburon, the world’s most dangerous maximum-security penitentiary and home to the world’s most treacherous superpowered criminals.

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Todd Masters of MastersFX (Predator, Child’s Play, Legion) will head the character and creature design. Produced by Arcana Productions and executive-produced by The Exchange. Jas Boparai, Corey Large, Johnny Messner and Steven Eads serve as executive producers. Michelle O’Reilly serves as producer.

“We’re excited to be harnessing the creative talent of Sean Patrick O’Reilly, Bruce Willis, Michael Rooker and Todd Masters to bring this celebrated comic book series to life,” Adam Lewinson, chief content officer at Tubi, said in a statement.

The Ubermax prison, hidden in the Great Northwest, houses monsters, cyborgs, and supervillains, all equipped with 24-hour power inhibitors and shock-collars. Most notorious among them is Julius “The Lobe” Loeb (Willis), a super genius sitting on an untraceable fortune. Warden Devlin (Rooker) is arguably as corrupt as his charges, with his sole interest in The Lobe’s riches, and has been trying to crack The Lobe for years without success.

The fragile peace of the prison is thrown into chaos with the arrival of Payback (Dan Payne, “Watchmen”), a murderous vigilante with red intentions on the entire prison community, and Diego Diaz (Brennan Mejia, “Power Rangers”), a driver on a trumped-up sentence. As tensions among the inmates and staff heighten, anarchy engulfs the prison and order is turned upside down.

Nat McCormick of The Exchange negotiated the deal and will be selling the movie at the Toronto International Film Festival.

Over the coming year, more than 140 hours of all-new content are set to debut on Tubi, including original documentaries from Fox Alternative Entertainment; animated titles from Fox Entertainment’s Emmy Award-winning animation studio, Bento Box Entertainment; and premium independent-minded titles across the black cinema, thriller, horror, sci-fi, romance and Western genres.

Tubi Adds Fox Titles to AVOD Content in Canada

Fox Entertainment’s AVOD/FAST platform Tubi announced it has added more than a dozen Fox TV shows to its streaming library in Canada. Shows include “The Masked Singer,” “The Masked Dancer,” “Mental Samurai,” “Name That Tune” and “Ultimate Tag,” among others.

The titles join recent Tubi movie additions Tales of a Fifth Grade Robin Hood, Goodfellas, Letters From Iwo Jima and Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, among others. A survey conducted earlier this year by Tubi’s Canadian launch partner, Rogers Sports and Media, found the platform is the most popular AVOD service in Canada, behind YouTube, and saw a 107% year-over-year increase in total view time from January 2020 through January 2021.

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“Fox’s marquee titles launching in Canada comes at an optimal time when our Canadian audience is growing at a rapid pace,” Adam Lewinson, chief content officer of Tubi, said in a statement. “We’ve seen Fox content resonate with our viewers in the U.S., so we’re thrilled for our audience in Canada to now have these premium series at their fingertips.”

In addition to specials, including “TMZ Presents: Harry & Meghan: The Royals in Crisis,” “TMZ Presents: Tiger King — What Really Went Down?,” “After the Mask” and “Nick Cannon’s Hit Viral Videos: Holidays 2019,” among others.

“Making these titles available, a number of which are produced and owned by Fox Alternative Entertainment, illustrates our strategy of combining Fox with the [streaming] reach of Tubi,” added Rob Wade, president of alternative entertainment and specials at Fox Entertainment.

Tubi has more than 35,000 movies and television series from more than 250 content partners, including every major studio. The platform is available on Android and iOS mobile devices, Amazon Echo Show, Google Nest Hub, and on OTT devices such as Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Android TV, Vizio TVs, Sony TVs, Samsung TVs, Hisense TVs, Comcast X1, Cox Contour, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S.

Darren Schillace Named President, Marketing, Fox Entertainment & Tubi

Fox marketing executive Darren Schillace has been promoted to president of marketing for Fox Entertainment, it was announced July 14 by Charlie Collier, CEO of Fox Entertainment.

Darren Schillace

In this expanded role, Schillace will lead marketing strategies for all business units within Fox Entertainment and Tubi, the free streaming AVOD platform, as well as projects from Bento Box, Fox Alternative Entertainment and Blockchain Creative Labs. Schillace will remain a contributor on marketing projects across the larger Fox.

His expanded responsibilities for Fox and Tubi include on-air and off-air promotion, brand and program advertising, national media and promotions, digital marketing, strategic partnerships, music, social media, affiliate marketing and production. Additionally, he will continue to oversee Fox’s strategy for its program development, newfront and upfront presentations.

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Collier said that as Fox and Tubi more closely align, Schillace’s vision, creativity and focus will help better position both companies in the ad-supported arena and accelerate the growth of these and other Fox businesses.

“Darren and his team are frequent contributors to and, personally, genuine fans of popular culture; and it shows,” Collier said in a statement. “Simply put, they thrive when they are elevating the work of our writers, partners and the entire senior management team.”

With his expanded purview, Schillace’s direct reports will now include Natalie Bastian, who, as head of marketing for Tubi, was recently promoted to SVP. The Fox marketing team will continue to report to Schillace, as well, including:

  • Scott Edwards, EVP, Head of Creative Advertising
  • Emily King, EVP, Marketing Strategy, Media and Digital
  • Mamie Coleman, EVP, FOX Entertainment Music
  • Laura Caraccioli, SVP, Head of Strategic Creative Partnerships
  • Christian Kennel, VP, Production & Post Technology

 

Most recently, Schillace served as EVP of marketing for Fox Entertainment, overseeing the marketing strategy and campaigns for some of the most successful shows on television, including acclaimed series “9-1-1” and “The Masked Singer.”  This last season, under Schillace’s marketing campaigns, Fox launched television’s No. 1 new unscripted series, “I Can See Your Voice,” and No. 1 new comedy “Call Me Kat.”

Before joining Fox in 2017, Schillace oversaw all marketing strategies for ABC’s primetime, late-night and daytime programming, spanning on-air promotion, off-network creative, digital marketing, social media, paid media, strategic partnerships and events. Most notably, Schillace oversaw the campaigns for “Modern Family,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Lost,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Fresh Off the Boat,” “Designated Survivor,” “black-ish,” “How to Get Away With Murder,” “Scandal,” “The Bachelor” and “Dancing with the Stars.” Other ABC programming marketed under his watch include the Academy Awards, CMA Awards and Billboard Music Awards.

Schillace also launched the marketing team for the network’s aligned production division, ABC Studios. From 2010 to 2012, he was VP of consumer marketing for OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network. As part of the network’s executive launch team, Schillace was responsible for OWN’s marketing strategy, off-air creative, on-air scheduling and paid media.

He received a bachelor of arts degree in advertising from Penn State.

Tubi: 70% of Americans Now Streaming More Video on TV Than When Pandemic Began

Tubi, the ad-supported VOD platform owned by Fox Entertainment, May 14 released new data on consumer streaming behavior pointing to streaming video’s continued growth one year after the COVID-19 pandemic began impacting the United States in March 2020.

In Tubi’s audience report The Stream, 70% of survey respondents reported watching three hours more TV content daily than they did in March 2020.

Tubi recently announced a record-setting total view time (TVT) of 798 million hours during the first quarter this year, up 54% year-over-year, and a platform-best 276 million hours of TVT in March. The AVOD service saw 2.5 billion hours streamed in 2020.

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The report also found that nearly half (49%) of respondents are searching for ways to pay less for their streaming services in 2021 than they did in 2020, with many turning to AVOD as a solution to cure subscription fatigue. Nearly a third (32%) of people in the study plan on canceling a subscription streaming service (SVOD) they currently use, with one in three (33%) citing cost as their reason to cancel a subscription.

With half (50%) of those in the study turning to free ad-supported streaming services over the past year, 29% among this group did so as a way to cut costs, while 39% did so as a way to supplement their subscription services. The study revealed that consumers crave variety, with 40% of those surveyed noting that a large library of movies and TV shows is important to them in a streaming service, followed by the service being free or affordable (38%).

While more than half of those surveyed (55%) used streaming as an escape from their daily lives, many were also watching more news to keep up with the current events in 2020, with 55% also watching more news now than they were prior to the beginning of the pandemic. Respondents watched local news the most (53%) followed by national news (45%).

“We’re speaking directly to this demographic in the coming year with a larger library that will soon feature original content, sports programming and an expanded news offering, particularly as viewers look to scale back their subscription costs without sacrificing quality content at their fingertips,” Natalie Bastian,VP of marketing at Tubi, said in a statement.

Tubi Enters Anime Deal With Shout! Factory

Tubi, Fox Entertainment’s FAST streaming service, April 7 announced a content deal with Shout! Factory to bring a collection of anime films to its viewers. Titles include In This Corner of the World and Eleven Arts Anime Studio’s Millennium Actress, as well as Liz and the Blue Bird and Penguin Highway, among others. These films will be available in subtitled and dubbed versions beginning April 8, with In This Corner of the World coming to in 2022.

“Tubi has a significant audience of anime lovers,” CCO Adam Lewinson said in a statement. The platform has more than 30,000 movies and television shows from over 250 content partners, including every major studio.

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Melissa Boag, SVP of Family Entertainment at Shout! Factory, said the agreement helps expand the home entertainment distributor’s portfolio of content across new channels. Notably, Shout! Factory was one of the first distributors to launch a branded AVOD platform, dubbed Shout! TV in 2015.

“We’re excited to collaborate with Tubi,” Boag said.

Titles coming to Tubi include:

  • Millennium Actress

Winner of Tokyo Anime Award and nominated for multiple Annie awards, this gorgeous new restoration is what many believe to be Satoshi Kon’s (Perfect BluePaprika) greatest work. When the legendary Ginei Studios shuts down, filmmaker Genya Tachibana and his assistant are tasked with interviewing its reclusive star, Chiyoko Fujiwara, who had retired from the spotlight 30 years prior. As Chiyoko recounts her career, Genya and his crew are literally pulled into her memories where they witness her chance encounter with a mysterious man on the run from the police. Despite never knowing his name or his face, Chiyoko relentlessly pursues that man in a seamless blend of reality and memory that only Satoshi Kon could deliver. The film also garnered the Grand Prize in the Japan Agency of Cultural Affairs Media Arts Festival.

  • Liz and the Blue Bird

Directed by Naoko Yamada, students and best friends Mizore Yoroizuka and Nozomi Kasaki prepare to play a complex musical duet, “Liz and the Blue Bird,” for oboe and flute. Though they play beautifully together and have been friends since childhood, Mizore and Nozomi find that with graduation looming and the duet proving difficult, their friendship begins to buckle under the pressure. Interspersed with their story is the fantasy tale of Liz, drawn like a storybook, contrasting with the crisp realism of the school. These two distinct styles weave with stirring music to tell an intimate coming-of-age story. The film was nominated for Best Film at the Crunchyroll Awards.

  • Maquia: When the Promised Flower Blooms

Though only 15, Maquia knows she will live for centuries without aging past adolescence. She belongs to the Iorph, a clan of ageless beings just like her. Maquia’s elders warn her not to fall in love with anyone outside their realm. But fate pushes Maquia out into the mortal world one night when an invading territory separates her from the clan. There she discovers an orphaned baby, Arial, and takes him in as her own child. From this point, Maquia will suffer extreme heartbreak in the name of motherhood, as she watches Arial grow and seeks to reconnect with her lost Iorph friends, all torn apart by the cruel world of Mesate.

  • Penguin Highway

Budding genius Aoyama is only in the 4th grade, but already lives his life like a scientist. When penguins start appearing in his sleepy suburb, hundreds of miles from the sea, Aoyama vows to solve the mystery. When he discovers that the arrival of the penguins is somehow related to a mysterious young woman from his dentist’s office, they team up for an unforgettable summer adventure! The film was nominated for Best Animated Film at the Japanese Academy Awards.

  • The Wonderland

On the day before her birthday, young Akane meets the mysterious alchemist Hippocrates who brings her through a basement and into a fantastical world full of magic and color. Though things seem peaceful on the surface, he reveals this world is in danger and as the destined Goddess of the Green Wind, it is Akane’s responsibility to bring back the rain and save this world from the terror known as Zan Gu. Joining Akane on her journey is Pipo, an alchemist in training, and her adventurous Aunt Chii. The only problem? Akane just wants to go home. The film is directed by Keiichi Hara.

  • Sound! Euphonium: The Movie – Welcome To The Kitauji High School Concert Band. Sound! Euphonium: The Movie – May The Melody Reach You. Sound! Euphonium: The Movie – Our Promise: A Brand New Day

Based on the manga and television series, the Sound! Euphonium movies follow Kumiko, a young girl at Kitauji High School who plays euphonium in her school’s orchestra. Follow the band on their mission to reach Nationals while juggling romance and adolescence.

  • Haikara-San: Here Comes Miss Modern Parts 1 & 2

Adapted from Waki Yamato’s popular manga, Kazuhiro Furuhashi’s Haikara-San is a heartfelt, and sometimes comical, tale of love surviving through the perils of war and separation.

  • Donten: Laughing Under the Clouds Gaiden

It’s been a year since brothers and shrine guardians, Tenka, Soramaru, and Chutaro, have defeated the legendary giant snake that threatened to destroy humanity. However, their lives are thrown into upheaval when they discover a plot to revive the evil serpent.

  • In This Corner of the World

Based on the award-winning manga by Fumiyo Kouno and brought to life by acclaimed filmmaker Sunao Katabuchi (Mai Mai Miracle) and producer Taro Maki, In This Corner of The World tells the emotional story of Suzu, a young girl from Hiroshima, who’s just become a bride in the nearby city of Kure during World War II. Living with her husband’s family, Suzu has to adjust to her new life, which is made especially difficult by regular air raids. But life must go on, and Suzu — through the help of her new family and neighbors — begins to discover the joys of everyday life in Kure. Much is gained in Kure, but with war, many things cherished are also lost. In This Corner of The World is brought to life, in stunning animation, by acclaimed filmmaker Sunao Katabuchi (Mai Mai Miracle) and producer Taro Maki. The film was also nominated for Best Film at the Annie awards, among several other wins and nominations.

Tubi to Bow Sundance Film Festival Selection ‘Beast Beast’ Feb. 12

Fox Entertainment’s AVOD platform continues to push original content with the Feb. 8 announcement that it will debut on Feb. 12 the 2020 Sundance Film Festival selection Beast Beast, written and directed by Danny Madden, based on his short-film Krista, and executive produced by Alec Baldwin.

The movie, also the 2020 Audience Award and Georgia Film Award winner at the Atlanta Film Festival, chronicles the lives and trauma surrounding three people living in a southern town.

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“We’re proud to support talented filmmakers like the Beast Beast team as we expand our growing indie library with premium titles and help these incredible films reach broader audiences,” CCO Adam Lewinson said in a statement.

Beast Beast is set in a quiet southern town, where popular and charismatic theater kid Krista (Shirley Chen) finds herself increasingly drawn to Nito (Jose Angeles), the new student in her high school who catches her attention with his impressive skating videos. The two share an easy rapport and quickly grow close. Unbeknownst to her, their lives and that of her gun-loving neighbor, Adam (Will Madden), will soon become intertwined — until they reach a breaking point. The movie also stars Courtney Dietz (Queen America) and Daniel Rashid (Being Frank).

Beast Beast captures what it means to come of age in an era marked by technology and social media, where violent clashes awaken dormant passions and teenagers are faced with growing up all too quickly.

Beast Beast was an official selection at SXSW and also received the Grand Jury Prize at Champs-Elysees Film Festival’s U.S. In Progress. Produced in association with Baldwin’s company, Persona Entertainment, the film is also executive produced by Casey Bader and Jim Cummings with Benjamin Wiessner, Matt Miller and Tara Ansley serving as producers. Kristian Zuniga serves as Director of Photography.

Tubi recently announced record monthly active users (MAU) of 33 million in August, an increase of 65% year-over-year. With total view time surpassing 200 million hours of content streamed each month since April, Tubi has more than 30,000 movies and TV shows from more than 250 content partners, including nearly every major studio.

Tubi Launches on Roku Platform in Mexico

Roku Dec. 14 announced that Fox Entertainment’s ad-supported streaming video service Tubi is now available on the Roku platform in Mexico. The app is available for free from the Roku Channel Store. Users can access thousands of movies and TV shows for free via the app on their Roku device.

“Tubi is an important AVOD channel that is already very popular on the Roku platform in the U.S. and we are excited to bring their extensive entertainment library to users in Mexico,” Yulia Poltorak, director of international content distribution at Roku, said in a statement.

Andrea Clarke-Hall, head of global business development at Tubi, said partnership with Roku in Mexico is instrumental in its mission marketing a free alternative to SVOD.

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“We’re excited to expand our footprint with one of the leading streaming brands, in concert with our content partner TV Azteca, with Roku users now able to enjoy an immense library featuring some of the world’s beloved Spanish-language titles,” Clarke-Hall said.

Tubi, which Fox acquired earlier this year for $440 million, offers movies and television shows — all localized in Spanish-language, from Latin America and the U.S., including film Consciencia, starring Rubén Zamora (Atrapada, Vuelve Temprano), Bárbara de Regil (Rosario Tijeras, Tiempos Felices), and Carla Nieto (Sin Origen, Cuéntame). Roku users will also have access to genres and collections, including “Hollywood Favorites,” “Family Entertainment,” and “The Best of TV Azteca” that includes Exatlón MexicoMasterChefLo que La Gente CuenteMontecristo, Mientras Haya Vida, Bellezas Indomables and Amor en Custodia.

Tubi Adding Fox, Third-Party News Channels to AVOD Platform

Tubi, a division of Fox Entertainment, Oct. 8 announced it has launched “News on Tubi” in the United States, featuring free access to live and VOD content from Fox Television Stations, NewsNow from Fox, Fox Soul, Bloomberg TV, NBC News NOW, PeopleTV, CBC, WeatherNation, Cheddar, Altice USA’s News 12 New York, fubo Sports Network, and the Black News Channel.

Fox Entertainment acquired Tubi earlier this year for $440 million in an effort to jumpstart content distribution in the growing ad-supported VOD market, which includes the Roku Channel, IMDb TV, Pluto TV, Samsung TV and Peacock, among others.

Tubi is available on Android, Amazon Fire TV, and the Roku platform.

News on Tubi offers access to 17 feeds from Fox owned and operated television stations in designated market areas that include New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas.

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“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,” CEO Farhad Massoudi said in a statement.

The platform will expand to offer stations from Hearst Television, as well as news from two of the largest local station groups in the country — covering 24 of the top 25 markets. Later in October, News on Tubi will become the first major streaming home for Euronews World live in the United States, launch the 24-hour Spanish-language news stream from Estrella Media’s Estrella News network, and offer streaming news from USA Today.

Fox Television Stations offered include:

    • 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)

 

Other channels added include:

  • NewsNow from Fox,  with breaking news, live events, and stories taking place across the nation;
  • Fox Soul, a live and interactive streaming channel dedicated to the African-American viewer celebrating Black culture and dealing with topics that impact the everyday lives of the Black community;
  • Black News Channel, which claims to be the nation’s only 24/7 culturally specific news network that reflects the Black community’s diverse viewpoints;
  • NBC News Now, the 24/7 streaming service from NBCNews featuring reporting, storytelling and live, breaking news from the global resources of NBC News;
  • WeatherNation, which offers local, regional, or national live weather news;
  • CBC, with breaking news from Canada and around the world, from Canada’s public broadcaster;
  • PeopleTV, the celebrity news and entertainment network powered by the People and Entertainment Weekly newsrooms;
  • Bloomberg TV, a 24-hour global business and financial news network covering market trends, investment, international relations, technology, and more;
  • Cheddar, the digital-first news network, providing quick updates on trending stories in tech, innovation, business, politics, media, entertainment and culture;
  • News 12 New York, the hyperlocal news service dedicated to bringing residents of the Bronx, Brooklyn, Connecticut, the Hudson Valley, Long Island, New Jersey, and Westchester local news, traffic, weather, sports, and more; and
  • fubo Sports Network, the live TV network featuring sports stories on and off the field.

 

Later this month, Tubi will offer:

  • USA Today News;
  • Euronews,  providing news with a European perspective to a worldwide audience;
  • Estrella News, a 24/7 Spanish-language multiplatform news channel, delivering relevant and breaking news stories and reports for Hispanics; and
  • Hearst Television. which owns and operates 33 television stations serving 26 media markets reaching over 21 million U.S. television households from which Tubi will initially offer Pittsburgh (WTAE-TV ABC) and Manchester, NH (WMUR-TV ABC).