fuboTV Adds Newsy, 24-Hour Breaking News Network to fubo Extra Plan
fuboTV has added Newsy, which streams 24-hour network for breaking news and nonfiction original series, to their 115-channel fubo Extra plan. Currently, the only way to subscribe to fubo Extra is by subscribing to the fubo Ultra ($80) bundle which includes fubo Extra, Cloud DVR Plus (500 Hour DVR), Family Share (3 Simultaneous Screens), Sports Plus, and Showtime.
This marks the third vMVPD launch for Newsy, which will make it more accessible to streamers. Before today, the channel was available on Sling TV, as well as YouTube TV, as well as Xumo and Pluto TV. In addition to daily live news coverage, fuboTV subscribers will be able to enjoy original programming like The Why, Tell Me More, and What the Fact.
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The Day Ahead
Know what people will be talking about for the day ahead with this fast-moving morning show, featuring live headlines from around the world.
The Briefing” is a live look at the important news events likely to shape today’s conversations.
The nightly news show for people who want honest, in-depth context on stories that matter. With reporters across the country, “The Why” puts deep storytelling first and pairs this with thoughtful, powerful conversations
Up For Debate
Smart, multi-perspective debates that restore critical thinking, facts, reason, and civility to American public discourse. A partnership with Newsy and Intelligence Squared US.
Tell Me More
Newsy teams up with organizations across the country to bring you in-depth conversations with some of today’s most influential thought leader
What the Fact
We cut through the chaos and keep politicians in check by providing smart analysis from fact-checking experts at PolitiFact
What the Health
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Science in Progress
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