Fox Nation to stream primetime Fox News shows in full

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Complete video versions of Fox News’s primetime shows will be offered on the company’s streaming platform Fox Nation the day after they air starting June 2, it announced Tuesday.

The offering, called “Fox News Primetime All The Time” includes “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” “Hannity” and “The Ingraham Angle,” according to the announcement.

Prior to the change, only audio versions of the three Fox News shows could be streamed on Fox Nation.

Carlson already has a strong presence on Fox Nation, having launched the video podcast “Tucker Carlson Today” in April and a longer-form news magazine called “Tucker Carlson Originals” later in the spring.

Fox News Media — the parent organization of Fox News and Fox Nation — describes “Fox News Primetime All The Time” as “a complementary pairing to the overall Fox News Channel linear experience” and hopes the additions will entice Fox News viewers to sign up for the service.

Fox Nation, which launched in November 2018, costs $5.99 a month or $64.99 a year.

Fox Corp. does not typically release subscription numbers for Fox Nation, but in a third quarter earnings call in early May, CEO Lachlan Murdoch said the service had seen a 40 percent increase in subscriber growth since the middle of February.

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