How to Watch Fox News Without Cable

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Election Day has arrived, and with it, the constant live TV feeds updating poll results as the country chooses a candidate. As states begin reporting their totals, you’ll probably want to keep a watchful eye over the news. For conservative folks without cable, Fox News can be found streaming online at several services.

Election coverage will be running all day long on the network. The first polls close at 6 p.m. ET tonight, which will kick off the official Fox News network coverage of the day. Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum will headline “Fox News Democracy” starting right at 6 p.m. The election coverage will be live on their website, but it requires credentials from a cable provider to access.

Is Fox News available to stream without a cable provider? Where can you watch it for free? There are plenty of live TV subscriptions that offer free trials — here are a handful of options that feature the Fox News channel.

Can I watch live TV on the Fox News website?

As stated above, you’ll need a cable provider to access the live television feed on Fox News’s website. The channel does, however, provide a subscription service called Fox Nation. The service offers several series from the channel, as well as the Fox News live feed. You can sign up for a free trial, which will last for seven days. After that, Fox Nation runs $5.99 per month.

Can I watch Fox News on the Fox News Go app?

The Fox News Go channel can be downloaded on Roku, Apple TV, or Amazon Fire TV. In order to unlock live television in Fox News Go, you’ll either need credentials from your cable provider or from a subscription to streaming sites like Hulu, FuboTV, or YouTube TV.

Can I watch Fox News on Hulu?

Yes! Hulu Live TV carries the live Fox News channel, along with a number of other news channels. Their live service is available to try for a free trial period of seven days. After that, Hulu Live TV will run you $54.99 per month. You can sign up over at the Hulu Live TV website.

If you’re using the Fox News Go app, your Hulu Live TV account will unlock the live feeds there as well.

Is Fox News on YouTube?

Yes — if you subscribe to their YouTube TV service. Just like Hulu, YouTube TV offers a free trial period of seven days. Once you sign up, you can stream Fox News on the platform for free. After the week trial period ends, YouTube TV will cost you $64.99 per month.

Where else is Fox News streaming?

Sling TV is the cheapest way to stream Fox News and other live TV channels. After you sign up for a seven-day free trial, Sling TV runs $20 a month. There are a handful of different packages Sling offers — if you’re looking to watch Fox News, you’ll have to select the Sling Blue Service.

Fox News is also available on FuboTV, which focuses primarily on sports programming. If you want to watch Fox News tonight, though, FuboTV has the channel. There’s a seven-day free trial period after you sign up; the subscription will then run $64.99.

AT&T also offers Fox News in its AT&T TV Now service. They offer a seven-day free trial, and then the subscription costs $55 per month. You can check out AT&T’s other live TV packages at the AT&T TV Now site.

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