Fox News’ AVOD streaming service Fox Weather has expanded its distribution to Verizon Fios effective Wednesday and was also recently added to Amazon Freevee.
In making the announcement, Fox Weather president Sharri Berg said, “As we approach the one-year anniversary of Fox Weather, we are pleased to see a continued demand for our innovative weather service. With the expanded distribution across Verizon Fios and Amazon Freevee, Fox Weather now has a strong foothold across major platforms.”
Fox Weather will be available to all Fios TV subscribers on channel 113 (SD) and channel 613 (HD) throughout major markets including Washington, DC, Baltimore, Norfolk, Va., Richmond, Va., and parts of the New York metropolitan area.
The Fios distribution enables those in the Northeast with family in Florida impacted by Hurricane Ian to watch coverage as it unfolds.
On Amazon Freevee, viewers can access the Fox Weather FAST channel through the app, or within the “Live TV” tab through Prime Video.
Since launching in October 2021, Fox Weather has added several distribution partners including The Roku Channel, fuboTV, YouTubeTV, Amazon News, DIRECTV Stream, Xumo, WOW! and Vidgo. The service continues to be available via simulcast on Fox Business on weekend mornings, as well as through Fox Television Station Diginets in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago, among others.