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How do you watch Fox News on your computer?

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In order to watch Fox News legally on your computer, go to the Fox News "Watch Live" section on the Fox News website, and sign in with your cable or satellite provider information. As of September 2014, you can watch news clips, show clips and listen to Fox News radio using the same method.

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How do you watch Fox News on your computer?
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  1. Determine your television provider

    Fox News lets you choose among 200 national and local television providers. After selecting your company, click Login to proceed to a screen that confirms your television provider.

  2. Provide information

    Input your login information for the cable or satellite company's website. You probably use an email and password to gain access to account information through your television provider's website. This is the same information Fox News needs.

  3. Watch instantly if your Internet provider matches the television provider's access

    If your Internet connection is supplied by the same provider as the cable or satellite, choose that particular company to automatically watch the channel's live stream. For instance, if your computer already accesses the Internet through AT&T, and AT&T is your television company, select AT&T as the provider. Then Fox News shows up on your computer without the need to provide additional login information.

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