Fox Sports will stream Fox’s flagship morning news channel for free to its customers for the first time since the network was acquired by Comcast.
The move comes as cable companies seek to boost their offerings in an increasingly digital world.
Fox Sports’ morning news show has struggled to reach a broad audience since it was purchased by Comcast in 2018.
Its ratings have declined significantly since the deal.
The decision to stream the network for free comes as Comcast continues to work on its acquisition of a number of cable channels, including MSNBC and CNN.
Fox also has plans to stream a new ESPN channel, The Five, through a combination of its current online and traditional broadcast platforms.
Fox is set to air more than 400 hours of live sports content on ESPN in 2019, according to an article published by The Wall Street Journal on Monday.
The Wall, a financial newspaper, did not say when that would be.