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Fox News announced on Thursday that the over-the-top service it has been teasing for months, Fox Nation, will formally hit the market on Nov. 27 and will cost $5.99 a month (or $64.99 per year).
“We are incredibly excited to bring our viewers exclusive access, content and experiences from our Fox News stars at an attainable price,” said senior vp development and production John Finley. “In an on-demand era of viewers watching content wherever and whenever they want, Fox Nation will complement and enhance our powerhouse Fox News programming for the loyal superfans who want to remain connected to our signature platforms.”
Last week, the network announced that commentary megastars Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham and Brian Kilmeade, among others, will all be doing new shows for the service.
The network is airing a preview of the service on Sunday called Fox Nation First Look, “showcasing the programming offerings on the new service with some of the platform’s stars” in front of an audience in San Diego.
On Thursday, Fox News also announced four new Fox Nation membership offerings, including one-, two- and three-year subscription packages.
At an industry conference last month, 21st Century Fox CFO John P. Nallen said that Fox Nation would launch prior to the Nov. 6 midterm elections, which it will not.
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