FuboTV adds more Fox channels but list without Fox local content grows

To date, fuboTV carries 101 local TV stations. (Fubo)

Virtual MVPD FuboTV continues to add Fox coverage by adding the national Fox feed in eight more markets and increasing its Fox household coverage to 75% across 91 markets.

The latest FuboTV markets to receive the national Fox feed include:

  • Baltimore, MD
  • Buffalo, NY
  • Columbus, OH
  • Green Bay, WI
  • Oklahoma City, OK
  • Nashville, TN
  • Pittsburgh, PA
  • San Antonio, TX

The new markets—which all have local Fox affiliates owned by Sinclair—add to the list of FuboTV Fox markets that don’t include local Fox content.

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To date, FuboTV carries 101 local TV stations (including those owned and operated by or affiliated with CBS, Fox or NBC) plus access to Fox network programming in 45 additional local markets.

RELATED: Fox offering 24/7 live feed on Hulu without local affiliates’ content

Earlier this year, Fox began pushing out a similar live national feed to fellow vMVPD Hulu.

According to the Wall Street Journal (sub. req.), the national feed of Fox in July was made available on Hulu’s live TV service in up to 70 markets—including Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Birmingham, Alabama—where Fox had yet to reach streaming deals with its affiliates and station groups.

FuboTV does have live local streaming deals with 28 Fox affiliates—including stations in Denver, Indianapolis, Miami, Salt Lake City, San Diego and Seattle—as well as deals with 17 Fox owned and operated stations in big markets including Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Washington, D.C.

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