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fuboTV Announces 12 New FOX Affiliates & Adds FOX On Demand for All Subscribers

Earlier this week we reported that fuboTV had started to add more FOX affiliates. Late yesterday fuboTV announced that they have added 12 new FOX affiliates. This means that fuboTV now offers FOX live in 66% of US households.

If you live in an area that does not offer a live FOX feed, fuboTV now offers FOX on-demand content. You can use your fuboTV login and password to sign into FOX TV everywhere apps to see all the content they have there.

Here are the affiliates that fuboTV added this week:

  • Albuquerque (KRQE)
  • Baton Rouge (WGMB)
  • Colorado Springs (KXRM)
  • Huntsville (WZDX)
  • Jacksonville (WFOX)
  • Little Rock (KLRT)
  • Louisville (WDRB)
  • New Orleans (WVUE)
  • Norfolk (WVBT)
  • Providence (WNAC)
  • Roanoke (WFXR)
  • Waco (KWKT)

fuboTV has slowly been adding more affiliates after striking a deal with CBS to add CBS and The CW affiliates.

There seems to be a race between Hulu, PlayStation Vue, fuboTV, and DIRECTV NOW to offer live feeds from local affiliates around the United States. Currently, Hulu has a solid lead, but others like fuboTV seem to be working hard to add more affiliates.

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One Response to fuboTV Announces 12 New FOX Affiliates & Adds FOX On Demand for All Subscribers

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    paul November 1, 2017 at 8:30 am #

    does fubo tv have any The CW affiliates. atm?