According to a press statement issued on Wednesday, February 16 2022, FOX News Media has finalised plans to launch in Africa via expanding its FOX News International global video streaming services to several countries throughout the continent.
Egypt, South Africa, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Rwanda, Nigeria, and Zambia will receive FOX News and FOX Business live streams and a library of on-demand programs starting February 17.
FOX News International’s global streaming services are now available in 37 nations spanning Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
The service’s expansion into Africa will expand FOX News Media’s international reach to 44 countries, giving more fans around the world access to their favourite live and on-demand FOX News Media programs at their fingertips.
FOX News has been America’s most-watched cable news platform for more than 20 years, while FOX Business ranks near the top of all business channels on cable television, and FOX News International streaming provides successful programming from both networks to screens and into homes across the world.
Each month, FOX News Media reaches over 200 million people, and its international streaming expansion into seven African countries will provide it access to a new audience.