fuboTV, the sports-oriented virtual MVPD, said its subs can now use their credentials to access the TV Everywhere apps and websites of more than two dozen programming partners.
Those TVE rights are now built into "Fubo Premier,” fuboTV’s recently launched OTT-TV package that is still selling at the introductory price of $34.99 per month.
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Those fuboTV subs can access authenticated apps and sites from the following: A&E Network, BTN (BTN2Go), Bravo (Bravo Now), CNBC, E! (E! Now), Esquire TV Now, FOX (FOX NOW), Fox Sports (FOX Sports GO), FX (FXNOW), FXX (FXNOW), FXM (FXNOW), FYI, Galavision, Hallmark Channel (Hallmark Channel Everywhere), History, Lifetime, MSNBC, National Geographic (Nat Geo TV), Nat Geo WILD (Nat Geo TV), NBC, Oxygen (Oxygen Now), Sprout (Sprout Now), Syfy (Syfy Now), UDN, UniMás, Univision, USA Network (USA Now), VICELAND, and Universo (Universo Now). Fox Regional Sports Networks are delivered via Fox Sports Go.
fuboTV subs continue to have access to beIN Sports Connect, the TVE service from beIN Sports.
fuboTV said it expects to support TV Everywhere apps and sites from Golf Channel and NBC Sports nationally, along with NBC Sports RSNs in select markets, “in the future.”
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