Fox News, FOX Business Network and Fox Sports are all owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp., and all are part of Fox’s $19 billion bid for The Wall Street Journal.
Fox will also be part of the WSJ’s editorial portfolio, which includes a daily and weekend edition of the paper.
Fox News will be in the same category as the WSJs most-watched show, America Live, which will be a separate offering.
Fox News will focus on its biggest news story each day, and the WS J will focus more on business-related stories.
The WSJ has long had a reputation for being the news of the day, but that will change, as well, according to the company.
“Fox News and Fox News Channel have the most-popular shows, and we expect to see that increase as we look to build on our relationship with our customers and advertisers,” Jeff Zucker, Fox News chairman and CEO, said in a statement.
The WSJ, a joint venture between Fox News and The Wall St Journal, will launch on Tuesday, Dec. 3.