Cover of January 6, a new series Laura Ingraham and the debate of two senators
Fox Nation tends to get a fraction of the coverage CNN garnered for its short-lived CNN+ streaming service, which is a bit surprising for a whole host of reasons — not the least of which is the former platform. -streaming form is attached to cable information channel who has spent 20 years now at No. 1.
A new Fox Nation series debuting Wednesday and hosted by Fox News’ Laura Ingraham, meanwhile, is as good an example as any differentiated way Fox has cultivated its own streaming service. For one thing, the news network never positioned Fox Nation as any sort of platform on which to build the network’s post-TV future. This is the route taken by CNN, and not even a month plus some $300 million later, it’s clear that this approach hasn’t worked so well.
At a cost to subscribers of $5.99/month, on the other hand, Fox Nation is a nearly 4-year-old streamer that aims to be an additive experience, designed specifically for Fox superfans — for consumers who want it. more, in other words, what they already get from Fox News on TV. The result? Fox Nation shows, like Ingraham’s new trio Hidden Treasures with Laura Ingrahamin which the star Fox host will travel the country highlighting some of her “most special treasures,” according to Fox.
Also this month, when it comes to other types of content subscribers can access through the streamer, Fox Nation livestreamed coverage of the congressional committee investigating the January 6 attack at the United States Capitol. The platform also aired an hour-long policy debate between U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham and Bernie Sanders, an event hosted by the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation, the Bipartisan Policy Center, and the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the State Senate. -United.
New show by Laura Ingraham
“Because there’s so much bad news out there, it’s easy to miss the wonderful people and places that tell America’s enduring story,” Ingraham shared with me on his Fox Nation show. , which kicks off in Wyoming and finds Ingraham touring the National Military Vehicle Museum between the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park.
“From self-taught artists to wartime innovators, the ‘hidden gems’ we present will hopefully inspire and enrich Fox Nation viewers as much as they have for me.”
Ingraham – the most-watched woman in cable news, according to the latest Nielsen data – in episode two will take viewers to New Orleans, to detail the story behind the iconic Mardi Gras floats. She’ll end up in historic Germantown, Pennsylvania to chat with an austic artist about her work in the area.
Other Fox Nation shows
In addition to shows like Ingraham’s new series, the Fox Nation library includes something on the order of 5,000 hours of content – from lifestyle and entertainment content to documentaries and, of course, TV shows. conservative opinion of the news network’s most prominent figures.
The types of docuseries offered here also include American dynasty, which arrives on Fox Nation on June 27. This 8-episode series will explore the colorful histories of America’s aristocracies, from the Vanderbilts and Rockefellers to the Ford, Getty, du Pont, Morgan, Kennedy and Bush dynasties. Special guests will include John D. Rockefeller’s great-grandson, David Rockefeller; the son of the late Senator Ted Kennedy, Patrick J. Kennedy; and with commentary from guests including former late-night icon and car enthusiast Jay Leno, who will talk about the Ford family.
Later this year, meanwhile, the star of one of the highest rated TV series around – Kevin Costner of Paramount Network’s Yellowstone — is heading to Fox Nation to helm a four-part documentary series honoring, as the star should, Yellowstone National Park.
Costner will narrate and host Yellowstone: 1-50, which is slated to arrive in the fourth quarter on Fox Nation. Developed by Costner’s Territory Films with Warm Springs Productions, the series is timed to coincide with the park’s 150th anniversary this year – and Fox adds that the four episodes will air “consecutively on the platform throughout its first week”.