FuboTV brings original programming and live sports to its free Fubo Sports Network. The channel will feature shows hosted by popular sports personalities, including former ESPN and Fox Sports reporter Julie Stewart-Binks and former LA Galaxy player Cobi Jones. Fubo Sports Network will also broadcast live action from Liga MX, the top soccer league in Mexico, as well as major events in cycling and horse racing.
FuboTV will be working with a number of major brands on its new lineup. The company has entered into content partnerships with The players’ standFanDuel, Stadium, USA today and other recognizable names from the sports world to create the new programming. In addition to the original shows that will be scattered across the network’s lineup, Fubo Sports Network will also host classic sports movies and documentaries.
The new lineup marks a major expansion for the Fubo Sports Network, which launched earlier this year. The ad-supported channel is available for free through The Roku Channel and as an app on Samsung Smart TV Plus, LG Channels, and XUMO. FuboTV plans to announce additional distribution partners soon.
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