Fox Television Stations Debuts Fox Local Streaming App

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Fox Television Stations (FTS) has debuted its Fox Local app for streaming on connected televisions, Jeff Zellmer, FTS senior vice president, digital operations, announced today.

The free, user-friendly app is available across key platforms highlighting news, weather and programming from the Fox-owned stations in Washington, Atlanta and Detroit, with all stations set to launch this summer.

In making the announcement, Zellmer said: “Fox Local is the crucial next step in our overall streaming strategy, which is focused on providing viewers the easiest and fastest ways to watch their most trusted local news and programming.”

The Fox Local streaming app is immediately accessible on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Android TV devices, expanding into additional platforms soon. FTS will be rolling out local experiences for each of its 17 markets in the coming months, starting now with WTTG Washington, WAGA Atlanta and WJBK Detroit. Upon logging into the Fox Local app, users choose their market so they can stream local, live newscasts, get breaking news and weather, and find local programming from the Fox station most relevant to them. The app also provides access to national live streaming coverage from “LiveNOW from Fox,” Fox Soul and Fox Weather. Viewers can visit “” to learn more.

Patrick Paolini, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the WTTG-WDCA Washington, said: “With this easy-to-use app, FTS is demonstrating its commitment to finding new ways to keep our loyal viewers up to date on all the news and local programs they trust.”

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