Fox News sets Nov. 27 launch date, $5.99/month price for streaming service

Fox Nation
Fox Nation is launching Nov. 27. (Fox News)

Fox News today said its upcoming subscription streaming service, Fox Nation, will launch on Nov. 27 and will cost $5.99 per month or $64.99 per year.

Fox Nation is also offering a presale on Sunday for consumers to become founding members of the service by purchasing limited edition packages ahead of the launch. The founding member packages range from $60 to $1,200 and include 1-, 2- or 3-year subscriptions along with extras including “challenge coins,” hats, medals, watches and rocks glasses.

The service is also pledging to donate $5 to Folds of Honor for any customers who sign up for Fox Nation on Veterans Day.


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John Finley, senior vice president of development & production, reiterated that Fox Nation will serve as a complement to existing programming on Fox News Channel, and positioned the subscription service as an offering for “superfans.”

Fox Nation hosts include The Five co-host and Watters World host, Jesse Watters; First Thoughts & Final Thoughts host Tomi Lahren; Fox & Friends Weekend co-host Pete Hegseth; and Fox Nation’s Un-PC co-hosts Britt McHenry and Tyrus.

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The official Fox Nation launch announcement arrives after Fox News first confirmed the service in February.

Fox Nation will be competing with other streaming news services but unlike most of the other offerings, Fox Nation is charging a monthly subscription fee.

This week, NBC News confirmed that its upcoming streaming news network will be called Signal and will tailor its programming to reach a predominantly younger audience. Signal, like CBS’s streaming news networks CBSN, will be free to view and ad-supported.

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