Fox News is preparing to launch an online-only streaming service for “superfans”, The New York Times reported on Monday.
The stand-alone subscription service, dubbed “Fox Nation,” will focus on right-leaning commentary and feature hours of original daily programming, including new anchors, fresh commentators and original shows. The digital product will also have some cameos from current Fox New stars including Sean Hannity, according to the Times.
Fox News is supposed to make an official announcement on Tuesday unveiling the streaming service, which is expected to be up and running by the end of the year.
The cost of a subscription to view the web-only television programming is still being discussed, according to the Times, though a cable package will not be needed in order to subscribe.
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