CLEVELAND, Ohio — You may soon notice some changes in your Facebook News Feed, as the social media network prioritizes posts from friends and family members over publishers and brands.
We want to make sure all of our wonderful FOX 8 viewers are still able to connect with us and see all of our news, 24/7.
There are a number of ways to do that.
1. — FOX8.com
2. — DOWNLOAD THE APPS
Stay up on the latest breaking news stories, top local stories, stories that will have you sharing with your friends, and more. With the FOX 8 Weather app, customize an interactive map and your weather alert notifications to find out what’s happening where you are.
3. — FACEBOOK
See our posts first in your news feed. Here’s how:
Head to the FOX 8 News Facebook page, and under ‘Following’ at the top of the page, select ‘See First.’
You can also select to turn on notifications to our posts and all of our live videos, to be part of the discussion and get a first look at breaking news.
4. — INSTAGRAM
Follow us @fox8newscleveland for a behind-the-scenes look at your favorite FOX 8 News anchors and reporters, along with a look at what’s happening in the CLE. Tag us in your pics and we may show what you’re up to.
5. — TWITTER
Follow us @fox8news for breaking news and weather alerts that impact you.
6. — SNAPCHAT
Are you on Snapchat? Send us a snap @fox8cleveland.
7. — PUSH ALERTS & DESKTOP NOTIFICATIONS
One of the best features on the FOX 8 News app is customization; you can make it your own and choose which types of alerts you would like to receive — from Breaking News, Closings and Featured, to On-air Alerts, Sports and Weather — find out what’s happening first.
Wondering what’s happening in Northeast Ohio and around the world when you’re not near a TV, but on your laptop?
You can receive notifications for the latest news and updates. When you head to FOX8.com, just click the ‘Allow’ button when it pops up.
8. — FOX 8 NEWS ON-AIR
Your favorite news team brings you the latest news, weather and sports, more than 11 hours’ worth, each weekday — all beginning at 4 a.m.