Fox Nation, an on demand subscription-based streaming service designed to complement the Fox News Channel experience with a destination for its most loyal super fans, is now available to Comcast’s TV customers on Xfinity On Demand and to Internet-only customers nationwide announced John Finley, Executive Vice President of Development for Fox News.
Millions of Xfinity TV customers can now access Fox Nation through the networks section of Xfinity on Demand and on the go and across devices via the Xfinity Stream app and portal. It is also available on Xfinity Flex, Comcast’s recently launched service for Internet-only customers that enables them to engage with many of their favourite streaming entertainment experiences on the big screen, while also offering them a TV-connected device to manage their digital home. X1 and Flex customers with an Xfinity Voice Remote can say “FOX Nation” to launch the service. Xfinity customers can add Fox Nation to their service for $5.99 per month.
In making the announcement, Finley said, “We’ve seen an incredible demand since we launched the streaming service last fall and we’re excited to further expand our reach across Comcast’s millions of customers.”
The launch will allow access original programming such as the Ride to Work series hosted by travel and lifestyle host Abby Hornacek and Brian Kilmeade’s signature What Made America Great series. Additionally, customers will have access to FOX Nation’s historic documentaries, long and short-form programming, including conservative opinion programming, extended versions of FOX News Channel programs, investigative series from a multitude of FOX News personalities and signature specials.