Cord Cutters News has learned that fuboTV a live TV streaming service will announce today that they are adding Fusion TV.
Fusion TV is partly owned by Univision Communications. Fusion network’s content features news, lifestyle, pop culture, satire, and entertainment aimed at English-speaking millennials. First launched back on August 1st 2013 Fusion is now aired on a wide range of cable TV providers and PlayStation Vue.
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 said that in the fourth quarter of 2016 Fusion reached an average of over 65 million unduplicated unique visitors per month in 2016 across its owned digital properties and 90 million when including its network of partner sites.
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).
We expect fuboTV to make a formal announcement on the addition of Fusion sometime today.
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