This just in: Becoming a cord-cutter doesn’t mean you have to miss out on watching live news networks like Fox News. While cord-cutting began with on-demand streaming services like Netflix, the trend was a little slower in tackling the news. Cord-cutters made do with online news services or over-the-air local news broadcasts while avoiding costly cable and satellite services. Thankfully for fans of Fox News and other cable news networks, those days are over. It's now possible to watch cable news without cable. Read on to get the full scoop!
How to Watch Fox News Online Without Cable
Although it’s a cable news channel, Fox News is available through livestream providers. The primary difference is that you don’t have to sign a contract or deal with setting an installation appointment to watch “Fox News Primetime.” Live TV streaming services offer month-to-month subscriptions and deliver (or stream) online. The good news: There are no installation appointments or fees. Not every livestream service provides live news, but don’t worry; we got the insider on the ones that do. Here are all the streaming services that offer Fox News:
Can I Watch Fox News on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast?
Most Popular Shows on Fox News
Fox News covers everything from politics, weather, business, entertainment, sports, and more. The network offers plenty of shows at all hours from morning to night, so you don’t need to miss anything. Here are some front-runners to check out:
- “Special Report with Bret Baier”
- “Fox & Friends”
- “The Ingraham Angle”
- “Jesse Watters Primetime”
- “The Five”
More to Stream for Fox News Fans
Fox News is a member of the Big 3 cable networks, along with CNN and MSNBC. CNN, the first 24-hour news network, is generally seen as more centrist. Fox News tends to have a right-leaning perspective, while MSNBC has a reputation for leaning left. No matter which cable news channel you prefer, the best part is that you no longer need cable for any of them.
Not many people can leave their TV on all day, yet still want a rundown on what’s happening. One option is “60 Minutes.” True to its name, you get in-depth information on various issues, from entertainment to politics, all in one hour.