Although popularity and viewership is declining overall, mainstream news networks are still an important part of a lot of people’s TV viewing, and they would therefore expect that their favorite network or bunch of news channels are available on any TV service they use.
What about the relative newcomer to the TV/streaming market, Cue Streaming? Do they offer national news channels, and if so, which ones in the US? It’s good news if you are a regular watcher of news.
Cue Streaming has all the major national American news networks on it’s service, such as CNN, Fox News, MSNBC etc, as well as hundreds of local news channels at no extra cost.
In other words, you’ve got nothing to worry about if you’re thinking of switching over to Cue Streaming, and want to make sure you can watch your regular news channel.
List Of Major National US News Networks On Cue Streaming
To be more thorough, let’s list all the major national US news networks that show up when you currently do a channel search on Cue Streaming’s TV guide.
Here are the news channels that are available:
- Fox News
- NBC News Now
- ABC News Live
- CBS News
- CNBC World
- CNN International
- Fox Business
- C-SPAN 2
- C-SPAN 3
- One America News (OAN)
- Cheddar News
- Cheddar Business
- Bloomberg News
- Black News Channel
- New England Cable News
- BBC America
- CBN News International
- CGTN (English)
- The Weather Channel
- France 24 (English)
Some other foreign owned large news channels like RT and Al Jazeera are NOT currently available at the time of writing, though this may change in the future (use their channel search to check latest catalogue).
But all your major American news networks are there.
Are Local US News Channels Available On Cue Streaming?
Cue Streaming also has a massive catalogue of local news networks as well – too many to list here. If you have a favorite local news station you watch in America, it’s highly likely to be available on Cue Streaming.
There’s loads of local NCB/ABC/Fox etc affiliate stations all over American states/cities you can find on there. The news selection is impressive and should cover the needs of pretty much all US based viewers.
What Other Channels Are Available On Cue Streaming?
Not just for news but in general, Cue Streaming already has an impressive channel library of around 4000 US channels all included in their package.
Here’s a quick screenshot of some more popular American channels/networks that are included:
As well as news, they’ve got all major channel categories well covered, including:
- Entertainment channels
- Movies channels like Cinemax and Hallmark.
- TV series on demand
- All major sports channels like ESPN, Fox Sports, NBC Sports, Golf Channel, beIN sports and more.
- Kids channels
- Documentary channels like Discovery, History Channel, Nat Geo and more
- Music channels like MTV and more.
- All the Disney channels.
- Comedy channels like Comedy Central
- USA Network and other major networks.
- PPV channels (at no extra cost in many cases)
But the total list runs to several thousand already, so it’s safe to assume that pretty much any US channel you’re used to watching right now with your current provider should be on Cue Streaming, with very few exceptions.
If you want to double check that they’ve got what you want, see here for how to search their entire channel library to make sure a certain channel is available (you can do this on their website without needing to sign in or sign up)
Getting Started With Cue Streaming
If you’re sold on Cue Streaming’s impressive news and other channel selection, plus the very competitive pricing, switching over and getting started with them is pretty easy.
Here are the general steps:
- If you want to watch through a TV, you’ll need a Firestick for each TV used, if you don’t already have one. They’re available cheap on Amazon. Otherwise, you just need an internet connection to get started.
- Go to the Cue Streaming website
- Click Sign Up and fill in your details
- Pay your subscription ($59.99/month, 5 devices per account, no contract, no set up fees, cancel anytime).
- Run through some easy initial setup depending on your device (TV setup takes a few more steps but isn’t hard).
- You’re good to go, watching most or all of the channels you currently watch, including all your regular national and local US news channels.