How to Watch Fox News Without Paying For Cable TV


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One of the most popular requests we get is how to watch Fox News as a cord cutter.

We have good news: Cord cutters can now legally access the Fox News Channel and watch all your favorite news coverage and political commentary shows now without cable TV.

DIRECTV NOW

DIRECTV NOW has the Fox News Channel in their basic package. The best part is there is no long-term contract. No longer do you need to agree to a 2-year contract if all you want is the Fox News Channel. Not only that but you will also get the Fox News Channel but you will get great channels like ESPN, FS1, TBS, and more.

DIRECTV NOW does offer a free trail allowing you to test out the service before you pay for it.

PlayStation Vue

PlayStation Vue also has the Fox News Channel. PlayStation Vue also does not force you to sign a a 2-year contract if all you want is the Fox News Channel . Not only that but you will also get the Fox News Channel but you will get great channels like ESPN, FS1, TBS, and more.

PlayStation Vue also allows you a free trail to test out the service before you pay for it.

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