How to Watch FOX News, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, & More On Roku, Fire TV, & Apple TV

Cheerful couple cuddling and sitting on the couch watching tv at home in the living roomLive news and sports are two of the main reasons cord cutters still want live TV. The good news is you don’t need a two-year cable TV contract to stream all your favorite shows. There are many ways for cord cutters to enjoy their favorite news programs without cable TV.

With news coming faster than ever we know you want to stay up to date on some of the biggest ways to watch CNN, FOX News, MSNBC, CNBC, and more: (All options listed below work on the Fire TV, Apple TV, and Roku except for AT&T’s Watch TV service that at this time does not support Roku.)

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Don’t want to pay? There are many other options to watch live news for free.


If you don’t have an antenna, you are missing out on a great way to watch a ton of free content including local news. If you want to see what channels you can get for free with an antenna, check out Antenna Web.

Streaming Online

Most local news programs stream for free online through services like NewsOn or local station apps. NewsOn is an app that streams local news from over 80 percent of the United States for free online. You can watch live or on-demand recordings of recent new broadcasts.

Other Free Options

CBS, NBC, and ABC have free 24/7 news broadcasts available on a range of apps and devices. (Note NBC will offer a 24/7 live feed of NBC News in the spring of 2020.) Also, look at apps like XUMO, Stirr, and Pluto TV to find a ton of news streams all in one place.

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