Fox Adds 14 Stations to DIRECTV NOW

Fox Networks Group and AT&T announced the addition of 14 FOX-affiliated stations to the AT&T streaming service DIRECTV NOW for a total of 31 Designated Market Areas (DMAs) with live FOX programming and more stations will launch soon.

The addition of these stations will allow DIRECTV NOW to bring live FOX entertainment programming and sports, including NFL, MLB, UFC, NASCAR, and US Open Golf, to more than half of US TV households, including 90% of the top 20 DMAs. These markets will also receive local programming and news from the in-market FOX station on DIRECTV NOW.  Customers can also watch FOX VOD programming on DIRECTV NOW nationwide.

Fox stations which are now part of the DIRECTV NOW lineup include:

  • Atlanta (WAGA)
  • Austin (KTBC)
  • Charlotte (WJZY)
  • Chicago (WFLD)
  • Cleveland (WJW
  • Dallas (KDFW)
  • Denver (KDVR)
  • Detroit (WJBK)
  • Gainesville (WOGX)
  • Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo, Mich. (WXMI)
  • Greensboro/HighPoint/Winston Salem, N.C. (WGHP)
  • Harrisburg/Lancaster/York/Lebanon, Pa.  (WPMT)
  • Hartford /New Haven, Conn. (WTIC)
  • Houston (KRIV)
  • Indianapolis (WXIN)
  • Kansas City, Mo  (WDAF)
  • Los Angeles (KTTV)
  • Milwaukee (WITI)
  • Minneapolis (KMSP)
  • New York (WNYW)
  • Orlando (WOFL)
  • Philadelphia (WTXF)
  • Phoenix (KSAZ)
  • Sacramento/Stockton/Modesto, Calif. (KTXL)
  • Salt Lake City (KSTU)
  • San Diego (KSWB)
  • San Francisco (KTVU)
  • Seattle-Tacoma (KCPQ)
  • St. Louis (KTVI)
  • Tampa (WTVT)
  • Washington, DC (WTTG)

“We’re excited about the power of DIRECTV NOW to expand the premium TV marketplace and provide greater access to our programming nationwide,” Fox Networks Group President of Distribution Mike Biard said. “Today’s addition of 14 FOX-affiliated stations, and the others that will be launching soon, together with our portfolio of national and regional cable networks, will allow DIRECTV NOW to deliver the full experience of our industry-leading news, entertainment and sports brands, while affording consumers the convenience and flexibility to watch whenever and wherever they want.”

“Significantly more customers now have access to local programing on DIRECTV NOW through Fox affiliates in cities across America,” said Dan York, Chief Content Officer for AT&T. “We are continuing to expand our lineup of local, regional and national programming on DIRECTV NOW so our customers have access to an impressive lineup at a great value.”

DIRECTV NOW is a streaming option for those who don’t want cable TV and costs $35 per month for 60 live channels.