LOS ANGELES (AP) — Fox News is launching a new radio channel that will bring breaking news and other reports to SiriusXM subscribers.
Fox News and SiriusXM announced Wednesday that the channel, called Fox News Headlines 24/7, will launch in the fall.
Fox says the round-the-clock radio channel will offer headline news and on-the-scene reporting along with entertainment, sports and other stories. Its content will be produced by Fox News journalists and contributors, with Fox News executive Jay Wallace adding the channel's oversight to his current duties.
The new channel, 115, is separate from the Fox News Channel simulcast that's already available on SiriusXM.