How to Stream FOX Sports South Live Without Cable

Watch Fox Sports South Live Stream

People once depended on DIRECTV or cable TV providers such as Spectrum to watch FOX Sports South live.

Well, you don’t need cable TV or satellite service anymore to watch Atlanta Braves or Atlanta Hawks games thanks to a number of cord cutting options.

My favorite way to live stream Fox Sports South is Hulu with Live TV.

That’s because you’re getting the full complement of ESPN networks, entertainment and news. There’s 50 hours of Cloud DVR. You’re also getting Hulu’s full on-demand library — essentially a second streaming service — for $54.99 per month. 

If you live in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee, then you’ll want to look over this guide to consider all your options.

Finding the right live streaming service will depend on where you live and what you’d like to have for other channels. You can also quickly learn how to get a better deal for Internet without a cable or bundling services.

There are a number of ways to get regional FOX Sports channels. But be aware that Sling TV dropped FOX RSNs after a dispute with its owners. And PlayStation Vue is no more. 

What do I need to live stream Fox Sports South?

You may already have all the equipment you need to start live streaming Fox Sports South and all your other favorite channels. If you own a Roku, Fire Stick, game console or Apple TV, you’re pretty much ready to start trying out different services for free.

Even if you only have a PC or a smart phone, most live streaming services have an app that you can use to get your live sports fix.

Get Fox Sports South Live Stream Without Cable

Hulu with Live TV live streams Fox Sports South in a number of states.

Subscribers get 65+ channels, including ESPN, Travel Channel and CBS Sports Network. You’ll be able to stream on two devices at once. There’s 50 hours of Cloud DVR included.

Hulu’s Live TV package also gets you its huge on-demand library that people pay $5.99 per month for. So it’s ideal if you already subscribe to Hulu’s on-demand service and now you want live TV networks too. A subscription costs $54.99 per month.

You can look over the channel lineup for Hulu with Live TV before deciding whether you want to sign up for the service.


AT&T TV Now (formerly DirecTV Now) carries a number of regional sports networks, including Fox South and NBCSN channels.

You’ll have to subscribe to the Max package (at $80 per month) or a higher priced package to get regional sports networks. AT&T TV Now has a page that shows what networks are available on the Max bundle.

AT&T TV Now works on Roku, Fire TV and other major streaming devices.

The Max channel bundle isn’t cheap. But you do get premium networks such as HBO and Cinemax. DirecTV Now offers a free 7-day trial for new customers.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV has 70+ channels, unlimited Cloud DVR and regional sports networks such as Fox Sports South for $49.99 per month.

AMC, ESPN and CNN are part of YouTube’s channel lineup along with local NBC, FOX and ABC stations.

Roku, Amazon Fire TV (a.k.a. firesticks), Apple TV and Android TV devices all work with YouTube TV. New customers can try YouTube TV free for a week.

Is Fox Sports South on Sling TV?

No, not anymore. A contract dispute with Sinclair Broadcast Group led to FOX RSNs being removed from Sling TV. A similar rift has occurred between Sinclair and fuboTV. 

What’s the best way to stream Fox Sports South Live Without Cable?

Hulu with Live TV provides a lot of value for the price, especially if you’re already subscribing to Hulu’s on-demand service. Subscribers get 65+ channels, 50 hours of Cloud DVR, and its vast on-demand library for $54.99 per month.  

What’s your favorite way to stream Fox Sports South? What do you think are the network’s most important programs — Braves games? The Hawks? Tell fellow readers in the comments below.

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