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Fubo quietly adds Sinclair digital networks

Charge, Comet, TBD and The Nest are now available in Fubo's base programming package, which costs $80 per month.

Charge, Comet, TBD and The Nest are now available in Fubo's base programming package, which costs $80 per month.

The logo of Fubo TV appears on the marquee outside the Times Square studios of ABC television in New York City. (Photo via LinkedIn, Graphic by The Desk)
The logo of Fubo TV appears on the marquee outside the Times Square studios of ABC television in New York City. (Photo via LinkedIn, Graphic by The Desk)

Sports-inclusive streaming service Fubo has added four entertainment-based digital television networks from Sinclair, Inc.

The channels — Charge, Comet, The Nest and TBD — joined Fubo’s base programming package on Monday, which costs $80 per month before taxes and regional sports fees.

The four networks are also available across large parts of the country on free broadcast television stations, and can be streamed without cost on each network’s individual website.

It is the latest pay TV distribution deal involving Sinclair’s digital broadcast networks, which are also available on YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV.

In addition to Sinclair’s broadcast network, Fubo offers live access to linear broadcast and cable networks from Fox Corporation, the Walt Disney Company, Comcast’s NBC Universal, A+E Networks and Paramount Global, among others.

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