Watching FNN On Your Roku Or Amazon Fire Stick Device
Tips To Make Your FNN Viewing Experience Easy And Enjoyable!
Let's begin by dealing with the elephant in the room - the internet and your connection to it. It's the primary factor in how well your viewing experience of our content will go. If you have a good, solid 4G, DSL or Cable Modem internet connection on your device, mobile or desktop, you should have no issues enjoying our content.
If you have a poor internet or wi-fi connection, your video will likely "buffer", frequently starting and stopping. Unfortunately, there is little you can do other than refresh your connection and there is nothing we can do for you.
We recommend Google Chrome as our browser of choice to provide the greatest ease of viewing and security. While other browsers are known to work with our streams, we only support issues as they relate to use with Chrome.
Currently, FNN's 24/7 Channel stream is delivered with industry-leading adaptive bitrate technology, meaning it adjusts to your device's quality of available internet signal. Our stream will ramp down to 480p for slower internet connections and adjust all the way up to our full 1080 HD signal. This provides you with the most stable viewing experience without buffering.
Since most devices are set to automatically select the best feed for your type of connection, you generally don't have to do anything but watch and enjoy!
FNN's video streams work on both iOS and Android devices automatically. Regardless of your device, CLICK HERE to begin viewing our live 24/7 Channel.
The FNN 24/7 Channel has recently been updated and is now available as a FREE public channel on Roku and Amazon Fire Stick.
Just open your Main Menu and search for FNN. Once you've found it, add it to your channel list and you're all set. Select the FNN Channel from your menu and enjoy the show!
FNN provides TWO live channel feeds on our Roku and Fire Stick platforms, plus we have multiple Video On Demand options you can select to view past FNN events.
For live events in HD, especially on large screen televisions, select the FNN 24/7 Channel. The FNN Secondary Channel will normally feature the same programming as our FNN 24/7 Channel. However, at times it may be used to provide alternative programming when we have conflicting events. Consult our website or social media platforms for that information.
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