Nancy Grace Is Bringing Her SiriusXM Radio Show to Fox News’ Streaming Service

By A.J. Katz Comment

A duo of former high-profile TV newsers are bringing projects to Fox News’ streaming service, Fox Nation.

Last week, Fox announced that former 60 Minutes correspondent Lara Logan would host a series of specials for the platform, and yesterday, the service announced that former Court TV, CNN and HLN host Nancy Grace would host her SiriusXM radio program for them.

The Associated Press’  David Bauder reports that Fox Nation will broadcast Grace delivering her podcast and her SiriusXM radio show, Crime Stories with Nancy Grace.

According to the AP, Crime Stories will air five days a week on Fox Nation and will be based off her popular HLN show, Nancy Grace, which ran on the network from 2005 – 2016.

“We spotlight breaking crime and justice news, help find missing people, especially children, solve unsolved homicides and analyze clues left behind,” Grace told the AP.

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace will begin airing on Fox Nation in January.

Fox News has yet to release any subscriber stats for Fox Nation, but Bauder reports that the market research firm Parks Associates estimates that it has between 200,000 and 300,000 of them.

The streaming service launched one year ago today, is presently priced at $5.99 a month/$64.99 a year.

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