Fox News’ Primetime Programming Will Now Be On-Demand Via SiriusXM

Fox News and SiriusXM announced the expansion of their agreement Wednesday

Fox News On-Demand Audio will be distributed through SiriusXM’s On-Demand platform and on Pandora as podcasts, according to a Wednesday announcement, making Fox’s weekday primetime shows available to more than 100 million subscribers and listeners.

The announcement came with the news that SiriusXM and Fox News Media are extending their broadcast agreement, meaning SiriusXM will continue to carry Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network and Fox News Headlines 24/7.

“SiriusXM has been a valuable partner to FOX News Media,” Jay Wallace, president and executive editor of Fox News and Fox Business said. “And we are excited to extend our relationship beyond streaming, providing on-demand access of our powerful primetime lineup to millions of listeners across the country.”

SiriusXM On-Demand and Pandora offerings will include “The Five,” “Special Report with Bret Baier,” “The Story with Martha MacCallum,” “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” “Hannity,” “The Ingraham Angle” and “Fox News @ Night with Shannon Bream.”

SiriusXM On-Demand and Pandora listeners will now have access to the full lineup of programming from 5:00 p.m. ET to 12:00 a.m. ET.

Fox and SiriusXM extended their partnership in 2013, entering an agreement to allow the satellite radio company to become the exclusive audio home of Fox News and Fox Business Network. As part of that deal, SiriusXM added both channels to its lineup, at channels 114 and 113, respectively. Fox News Headlines 24/7 launched on SiriusXM’s channel 115 in 2015.