Fox Soul, a live streaming service through Fox Television, is reportedly launching on DIRECTV STREAM today. A post in the Satellite Guys forums on Monday indicated that Fox Soul would be channel 4,401. Cord Cutters News reached out to Fox and DIRECTV for more information and we’ll update when we hear back.
Update: Fox has confirmed that Fox Soul is now live on DIRECTV STREAM.
Fox Soul launched in 2020 and features original and Fox-syndicated programs like The Sharpton Sisters and The Business of Being Black. The network is accessible on a variety of streaming services like Apple TV, Roku and Tubi.
DIRECTV STREAM is a service that lets subscribers watch live TV, as well as premium networks with certain packages, on a variety of devices. Earlier this month, DIRECTV STREAM announced the upcoming addition of streaming service SportsGrid. Like Fox Soul, SportsGrid’s channel is already available on multiple services.
With SportsGrid, you will find a 24/7 feed of sports betting news according to their website. SportsGrid includes shows like College Football Today, Pro Football Today, Bare Knuckle FIghting Main Event, and Betting Above The Rim to name a few.
How SportsGrid, Inc describes itself:
SportsGrid is the streaming network dedicated to bringing you the latest in sports betting by providing exclusive original programming hosted by a team of on-air personalities, experts, and guest contributors. Our goal is simple: we deliver data driven insights, news, and analysis that ups your IQ. Whether you’re a seasoned bettor or just getting started, we’ve got you covered.
From pre-game analysis to live games and expert commentary, we’ve made it easy to catch up on the action anytime, anywhere. Tune in to our live stream free on your TV, live streaming services, or on our mobile app.
SportsGrid says their channel is available on Roku, LG Channels, Samsung TV Plus, YouTube TV, Fubo TV, Vizio, Stirr, Plex, Sling, SiriusXM, and more.