FuboTV adds Fox affiliates in 12 markets, live Fox TV feed in 37 more

FuboTV has been busy all summer adding distribution deals with programmers including CBS and Scripps Networks. (Fubo)

FuboTV announced Monday that it’s adding access to live local Fox TV stations in 12 markets, and adding a live feed of the Fox broadcast network in another 37.

The new Fox affiliates available in FuboTV’s Premiere package:

  • KCPQ (Seattle).
  • KDVR (Denver).
  • KTXL (Sacramento, California).
  • KTVI (St. Louis).
  • WXIN (Indianapolis).
  • WTIC (Hartford, Connecticut).
  • WDAF (Kansas City, Missouri).
  • KSTU (Salt Lake City).
  • WITI (Milwaukee).
  • WPMT (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania).
  • WXMI (Grand Rapids, Michigan).
  • WGHP (Greensboro, North Carolina).

Those new stations join the 17 Fox owned & operated stations are already available through FuboTV. The service now offers 75 local network affiliates, including station affiliates for CBS, NBC, Telemundo and My Network TV. FuboTV added the live Fox feed in:

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  • Abilene, Texas.
  • Aplena, Michigan.
  • Augusta, Georgia.
  • Binghamton, New York.
  • Birmingham, Alabama.
  • Bowling Green, Kentucky.
  • Charlottesville, Virginia.
  • Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Clarksburg. West Virginia.
  • Columbus, Georgia.
  • Dothan, Alabama.
  • Harrisonburg, Virginia.
  • Jackson, Mississippi.
  • Knoxville, Tennessee.
  • Lake Charles, Louisiana.
  • Lubbock, Texas.
  • Marquette, Mississippi.
  • Minot-Bismarck, North Dakota.
  • North Platte, Nebraska.
  • Ottumwa, Iowa.
  • Panama City, Florida.
  • Parkersburg, West Virginia.
  • Presque Isle, Maine.
  • San Angelo, Texas.
  • Sherman, Texas.
  • Syracuse, New York.
  • Toledo, Ohio.
  • Wausau, Wisconsin.
  • West Palm Beach, Florida.
  • Wilmington, North Carolina.
  • Boise, Idaho.
  • Rapid City, South Dakota.
  • Tucson, Arizona.
  • Twin Falls, Idaho.
  • Medford, Oregon.
  • Spokane, Washington.
  • Yakima, Washington.

The live feed includes all of Fox’s network lineup, including primetime shows and live sports, but does not include local broadcast content.

RELATED: FuboTV’s Grad on taking a ‘shop-your-closet’ approach to entertainment content

FuboTV has been busy all summer adding distribution deals with programmers including CBS and Scripps Networks. The service continues to be heavy on the live sports content but Ben Grad, Fubo’s new North American head of content strategy and acquisition, recently hired away from Verizon, said Fubo will take a more proactive approach highlighting the entertainment content is already has.

“On the entertainment side, we’ll take more of a shop-your-closet approach. We already have a lot of great entertainment content on the platform, and we’ll try to bring that more forward to customers who may be consuming their entertainment content on other platforms today,” Grad said.

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