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Newsmax will end the offer of its free streaming service from tomorrow. This move comes as the network aims to transition to a subscription-based for accessing its content.
Newsmax has revealed its plans to launch a dedicated streaming service, Newsmax+, set to replace the current free-to-watch Newsmax TV. This transition, effective tomorrow, November 1st, 2023, entails moving the live feed behind the Newsmax+ paywall.
Chris Ruddy, the CEO of Newsmax, expressed enthusiasm about offering a wide range of content to the millions of Americans already tuning into Newsmax. Subscribers, he emphasized, will enjoy access to exclusive breaking news, expert analysis, and commentary from Newsmax’s prominent contributors and pundits, providing a unique viewing experience.
The decision to introduce Newsmax+ stems from what the company refers to as cable agreements. Prior to this year, Newsmax faced trouble when it went dark on DIRECTV, mentioning its free streaming service as one of the aspects contributing to its removal from the network. This move appears to be an effort to prevent similar issues from arising in the future, prompting the discontinuation of the current free stream.
Newsmax+ will be accessible via NewsmaxPlus.com and various streaming platforms, including Roku, with a subscription fee of $4.99 per month or $49.99 for an annual prepaid plan. Subscribers can anticipate an array of compelling content such as:
- Documentaries on former President Donald Trump, Joe Biden’s presidency, the state of faith in America, the emergence of woke culture, and other relevant topics.
- Newsmax+ will feature programs surrounding key events in American history, including the founding of the nation, the Civil War, and the legacy of notable Presidents such as Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, and Ronald Reagan, along with comprehensive coverage of World War II.
- Subscribers can also have comedy documentaries portraying entertainment icons like Bob Hope and Don Rickles.
- Newsmax+ promises exclusive briefings from top newsmakers across the domains of politics, health, and finance, providing subscribers with comprehensive insights into the latest developments in these critical spheres.
This shift toward a subscription-based model reflects Newsmax’s dedication to providing high-quality, comprehensive content to its audience while ensuring sustainability and continued growth in the ever-evolving media landscape.