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The Hollywood Reporter reports: “Video-streaming service fuboTV, which earlier this year got investments from 21st Century Fox and European pay TV giant Sky, is more than doubling the lineup of national channels it offers and expanding beyond sports via affiliate agreements with Fox Networks Group, NBCUniversal, A+E Networks, Crown Media Family Networks, Fuse Media, NBA TV and The Weather Channel. As a result, the privately held company will relaunch its over-the-top service, which has been particularly popular with male Hispanics, with new channels, including news and entertainment networks, and features, but maintain its core focus on sports. fuboTV, which launched in Jan. 2015 and had 71,170 subscribers as of June 30, says its new entry-level tier will offer more than 70 channels, including national broadcast and cable networks, regional sports networks and local broadcast stations, up from 24 sports channels.”

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