XUMO Adds ABC News Live Channel to Its Free Streaming Service

The free streaming service XUMO has launched the ABC News Live channel to its ad-supported platform available in the US and Canada.

This addition will bring the channel’s 24/7 news coverage to viewers for free, including ongoing 2020 election coverage, Democratic debate analysis and more.

“ABC News Live offers exceptional, world-class coverage of the most important stories and events around the globe, and now, millions of XUMO viewers can access it 24/7 across our premium, multi-screen distribution network of smart TVs, mobile, web and streaming devices,” noted Stefan Van Engen, SVP, content partnerships and programming at XUMO. “ABC has long been a trusted name in news, and especially as the 2020 election heats up—XUMO viewers will appreciate straightforward political news, event coverage and more—available for free on our service.”

ABC News is known for delivering timely coverage of major events from around the country and worldwide. From breaking news and congressional hearings to wildfires, international protests and lifestyle news to 2020 election coverage, ABC News Live provides a robust range of live streams and news programming.

“We are excited to bring ABC News Live to XUMO viewers everywhere, and reach an even wider audience through its broad distribution across many of the most popular streaming platforms,” said Colby Smith, SVP and GM, ABC News Digital and Live Streaming. “As America’s #1 streaming news channel, we’re thrilled to provide XUMO users a new and straightforward source of 24/7 news and information.”

XUMO is a free, ad-supported streaming service with over 180 channels, spanning 12 genres including news, sports, entertainment, and more.

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