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Fox Weather Will Be Streaming Free on Tubi Soon

Fox Weather Will Be Streaming Free on Tubi Soon | Cord Cutters News


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Fox launched its new weather streaming channel this week. The initial launch included apps for iOS and Android, along with bringing Fox Weather to existing Fox apps. However, Fox will soon make it even easier to catch its 24/7 weather coverage on TVs. 

Brian Donegan, Digital Content Producer and Meteorologist for Fox Weather, posted on twitter Tuesday, sharing that the streaming channel will soon be available on the Fox-owned free streaming service Tubi, confirming the note on availability from a press announcement earlier this month.

In the meantime, there are a few options for watching Fox Weather on your computer, TV, or on mobile:

  • Fox Weather has a free app for both iOS and Android.
  • Fox Weather is also available on the FOX News and FOX Business mobile apps.
  • You can watch the channel on the Fox Now app on Android TV, Apple TV, Fire TV, Roku, Samsung Smart TV, Vizio Smart TV, and Xbox One.
  • You can watch on the Fox News and/or Fox Business app on Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Fire TV, or Android TV.
  • Fox Weather can also be streamed online at www.foxweather.com and on Fox Now.
  • The Fox Weather stream is also available on all of Fox’s owned and operated stations across the country on their websites, mobile apps and OTT apps. Find the list of stations here.

Additional platforms will be announced in 2022.