The Fox News Channel and its sister network, Dallas TV, have teamed up with Hulu Plus to stream ads without the Hulu Plus subscription.
In the past, the two networks used a partnership that allowed viewers to watch ads on the networks’ own channels, but that program ended in late 2017.
Now, users can watch commercials for free on Hulu Plus by following the Hulu ads instructions on their channels, or by visiting the Hulu app.
The new Hulu ads will stream in English and Spanish, and are available to Hulu Plus subscribers in both countries.
The deal also allows viewers to pay for ad-free streaming by visiting Hulu Plus’s ad settings page, where they can add a Hulu Plus account and set up a free account to stream the ads.
Hulu Plus users who want to watch Hulu ads without Hulu Plus must also sign up for Hulu Plus Premium, a $10-a-month service that will allow users to watch commercials without paying a fee.
The company also plans to offer ad-blocking technology for advertisers that may help curb some of the ad-snatching behavior on Hulu.
In addition, the Hulu-powered ads are currently available to Prime members.
Hulu and its affiliates will have a chance to update their ads by June 30, 2017.
The Hulu-streamed ads will run on Dallas TV’s flagship, The Dallas Morning News, on June 23 and 24.
On June 24, the ad will stream from Dallas TV headquarters in Dallas.
On July 1, the ads will broadcast from the Dallas Star offices in Dallas, Texas.
The ads will be available for $0.99 per month or $6.99 for a year.