Fox’s Free Weather Channel is Coming to Samsung TV & Cox





Fox’s free streaming weather channel is coming to Samsung TV Plus and Cox subscribers. 

Starting August 23, Fox Weather will be available on Samsung TVs models 2016 or newer on channel 1010 as well as Galaxy mobile devices, Samsung Smart Monitors, Family Hub, and online. Cox Contour TV members can watch via the Expanded Basic package in select markets, including Las Vegas, Cleveland, and Phoenix. 

Fox expects to add 1.7 million new subscribers to its audience through the Samsung and Cox deals.

“We look forward to welcoming Samsung TV Plus users and Cox subscribers to Fox Weather’s innovative, best-in-class service,” said Sharri Berg, president of Fox Weather.

Fox Weather is a free 24/7 streaming service operated by Fox News Media and just the latest ad-supported channel to strike a deal for expanded reach. The channel offers a comprehensive look at local, regional, and national weather through the combined resources of 120 meteorologists, including Brandy Campbell, Kelly Costa, Steve Bender, and Jason Frazer. 

Fox presents the weather using multiple Doppler radar systems and immersive 3D radar to cover immediate and long-term weather patterns.

The Fox Weather app can be downloaded on iOS, Android, and internet-connected televisions. You can keep tabs on up to ten locations, incorporate weather alerts into your travel plans, and watch live content for free. 

Visit Fox Weather for updates on current weather developments and learn how to download the app or watch online. Local stations include Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas/Fort Worth, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, New York, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Francisco, Seattle, Tampa Bay, and Washington, DC. 

Fox Weather has been focusing on expanding its reach since launching in 2021. Its formed distribution partnerships with Verizon Fios, The Roku Channel, fuboTV, YouTube TV, Fire TV Channels, Optimum, Spectrum, LG Channels, DIRECTV STREAM, Xumo Play, WOW!, Vidgo, TuneIn, Plex, and Astound Broadband.

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