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We've got to hand it to Fox News. We've not seen anything quite like this since Will.i.am's short-lived career as a news-reporting hologram. And while the cable news station is sure that someone's bound to, erm, swipe the idea, it admits that things might be a little rocky at first with the new te

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October 7, 2013 at 3:23PM
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Not much to say outside of the headline here, but FOX News HD is now available on Comcast in Seattle, Washington. Curiously, this seems to be the only addition for now, but hopefully it's just testing the water before it unloads a whole gaggle of 'em before the holidays. Hopefully.

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Without any official word from DirecTV, users across the nation are now reporting that after six months of waiting the HD version of FOX News has finally been added to the satcaster's lineup. Yeah, we wish there were a few others being introduced right alongside of it, but we suppose we're okay wit

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Another month, another high-def station for the relatively diminutive amount of ATMC Cable subscribers. The small, North Carolina-based carrier has a knack for making the big fellows look awfully bad, and it's doing so once more by adding Fox News HD to its HD lineup. The newcomer can be found on sl

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Just in time for the run-up to the 2008 Presidential election, MediaFLO has added in a trio of news sources to give you your fix wherever you are. CNBC, MSNBC and FOX News have all been added to the lineup in order to give you varying views on the same topics at hand. Available to Verizon Wireless a

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Thanks to a little TWC slippage, we already knew good and well that Fox News HD was on the way, but now it seems that the channel will be launching in more places than just Brooklyn and Queens. Starting on May 1st, Time Warner Cable subscribers in \"select areas\" will be graced with the station, and

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Third Screen Media has been making bigger inroads to the mobile advertising scene in recent years as mainstream news properties and companies realize the simple arithmetic of having more mobile screens in use compared to even TV sets. Fox, not one to miss the trend, has agreed to partner with Third

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