FOX News Channel, the dominant conservative network, will not be airing its most-watched programs on the new, larger-screened Fox News channel, which it purchased in May.
But it is airing some of its biggest hits on smaller screens and streaming platforms, including a series of live events.
Fox News Network is owned by 21st Century Fox.
A Fox News spokesman said Wednesday that the network will continue to air programs from its new Fox News digital channel, but declined to provide further details.
The new channel, dubbed Fox News Live, will be the Fox News network’s most popular programming, according to Nielsen, a media research company.
Fox said it will be available for streaming on YouTube, Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices.
Fox is one of a number of networks to launch streaming services in the past year.
On Wednesday, Disney announced it would launch a streaming video service.
The company also said it was launching its own channel, Disney News, on a new platform.
“We’re excited to bring Disney News to a wide audience,” said Phil Conti, Disney’s chief content officer.
“This is a new generation of content, and it’s a great fit for our customers.”
Disney News is the first channel to offer Disney-owned content on YouTube and its other platforms.
The channels will launch in 2017, and Disney said it expects to spend $4 billion on the services.
Fox’s new digital channel has more than 400 million subscribers and has a subscriber base of more than 1 billion.
It also offers live events, news programs and other programming.
The channel is expected to be available to subscribers in about 30 countries.