Time Warner Cable launches TVE access to Fox apps

By on May, 22 2014 with Comments 0

Time Warner CableTime Warner Cable is now offering their customers as well as Bright House Networks subscribers access to popular programming from Fox’s suite of networks via the FOX NOW, FXNOW, FOX Sports GO and Nat Geo TV apps across multiple digital platforms at no additional cost.

Once signed in with their Time Warner Cable or Bright House Networks username and password, customers can stream shows and movies on demand from FOX, FX, FXX, FXM, National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo WILD, plus watch live sports from FOX Sports whenever and however they wish to watch including:

–FOX NOW – Day-after-air access to full episodes and clips of primetime series such as 24: Live Another Day, Family Guy, The Simpsons, New Girl, The Mindy Project and Bob’s Burgers. Available on iOS, Android, XBOX 360/XBOX One, Windows 8 phone, Roku, and PC/Mac.

–FXNOW – On demand offerings of episodes of critically acclaimed dramas, hit comedies and blockbuster movies from FX, FXX and FXM including The Americans, Fargo, Louie and Wilfred. Available on iOS, XBOX One, Windows 8 tablet and PC/Mac.

–NatGeoTV – The latest popular shows like Wicked Tuna, The Incredible Dr. Pol and Life Below Zero. Available on PC/Mac and XBOX 360.

–Coming Soon: FOX Sports GO – Live sports and great shows from FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports 2, FOX College Sports and FOX Deportes including UFC, NASCAR, MLB, and in the fall NFL on FOX and local NBA games from your regional sports network.

“We’re thrilled to bring customers even closer to the FOX, FXX, FXM, National Geographic Channel, Nat Geo WILD and FOX Sports programming they love across multiple screens,” said Mike Angus, SVP/GM, Video for Time Warner Cable. “Whether its entertainment, sports or news, Time Warner Cable is always on the cusp of having customers experience content front and center through new apps, devices and platforms.”

FOX Sports GO will launch in the upcoming weeks. Customers can download the apps through the supported platforms or visit FOX.com, FXNetworks.com, NatGeoTV.com or FoxSportsGo.com to verify their subscription and begin viewing.

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