You may be familiar with AI-powered highlights of sporting events. Now, though, Fubo has announced for the first time you will be able to get instant headlines from live news programs. This will let Fubo subscribers get quick highlights of news programs without needing to watch the full news program.
With this new service, you will find a new row of news headlines made from live news programs from top news networks like Fox News, MSNBC, CNN, and more, allowing you to know exactly what is happening on a news channel as it happens.
“Fubo continuously pushes the boundaries of innovation, delivering to consumers market defining product features optimized for live TV streaming,” said David Gandler, co-founder and CEO, Fubo. “We were the first virtual MVPD to offer 4K streaming and multi viewing, which we launched years ahead of our peers. It’s Fubo’s premium user experience, coupled with our aggregated sports-first content offering, that provides meaningful differentiation in a crowded streaming landscape. We believe tech advancements will continue to demarcate Fubo from other live TV streaming services – appealing to both consumers and advertisers alike – and will contribute strongly to our profitability goals.”
Gandler continued: “Today’s launch of our first-of-its-kind news feature is aimed to improve live content discovery on Fubo, in real time. Innovating around our news programming is a focus this year, particularly as we head into an election cycle. We’re excited to further evolve Instant Headlines and offer additional news-based product features during such a critical time in world news. Instant Headlines is just the first product we’re rolling out this year aimed to ensure our users never miss a moment of the most meaningful content.”
Fubo is the first TV service streaming or cable to offer a service like this.
Correction: We updated the story to clarify the AI headlines.