Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Fox has already broken records as the top cable news network in America. Now, they have announced plans to launch a new channel that will bring their news and resources to the radio.

On Wednesday, Fox News and SiriusXM “Fox News Headlines 24/7,” which will be overseen by Fox’s Senior Vice President of News Jay Wallace. According to Mediaite, the press release said the new channel will be led by a team of Fox News journalists, contributors, etc.

“By creating this new news offering, we’re aiming to provide FOX News viewers and satellite radio subscribers the opportunity to stay informed with the latest headlines and breaking news from the network they have come to rely on and trust,” Fox News head Roger Ailes said in a statement.

Fox already has three channels on Sirius XM. Two are simulcasts of Fox News and Fox Business Network, and the third is FOX News Talk, which boasts the radio shows of Fox personalities like Brian Kilmeade, Alan Colmes.

The new channel is set to launch this fall. We can’t wait to tune in!

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