Former NYC forecaster joins Fox Weather streamer

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Just days after announcing her departure from WABC in New York City, Amy Freeze’s next gig is now known: She’s head to Fox’s new streaming weather network.

Fox Weather is set to debut Oct. 25, 2021, and will be free to watch and supported by ads.

The company announced Fox Weather in December 2020. It announced six key hires in June 2021.

It will mark the eighth platform the network has launched in recent year, starting with its linear conservative commentary channel.

Fox Weather is expected to draw on the resources for forecasters at Fox owned stations across the country, as well as potentially feature contributions from non-owned affiliates but will also produce content seen nationwide.

The service has drawn concern among climate activists over how the network, whose mothership features multiple commentators who deny climate change, might handle reporting around that issue.