Earlier today we reported that Fusion TV would be joining fuboTV today. Well, now fuboTV has officially announced today the launch of FUSION TV to its live streaming service. FUSION TV is available in their “Fubo Premier” bundle, currently offered at an introductory rate of $34.99 per month.
“Our audience craves enriching programming that shares their curiosity, sharpness, and passion and we’re excited to further satisfy that appetite by making FUSION TV available to fuboTV’s customers whenever and wherever they choose to watch,” said Daniel Eilemberg, President and Chief Content Officer of FUSION TV.
Fusion TV’s lineup includes shows like Strange Medicine, Shark Land, Injustice For All, Drug Wars, and more. They also get live news as part of a deal with Cheddar to air several hours of Cheddar news during week days.
Fusion is part of the Fusion Media Group that also owns or partners with brands in a range of categories like technology (Gizmodo), comedy and satire (The Onion, Clickhole), sports (Deadspin), pop culture (The AV Club), music (TrackRecord), lifestyle (Lifehacker), women’s interests (Jezebel), news and social justice (Fusion), African American news and culture (The Root), gaming (Kotaku) and car culture (Jalopnik).
FUSION TV joins several UCI networks already carried on Fubo Premier – Univision, UniMás, UDN, Galavision and El Rey Network.
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