Fox News Channel announced Friday that it is teaming with YouTube to launch a new crackle-free movie channel.
The channel, called “Crackle-Free,” will offer movies, news and current events that don’t feature loud music, loud dialogue or violent images.
The new channel is also expected to launch with a “crackle-free” tagline and other branded content, including a podcast.
The site is expected to debut in the coming months, according to Axios.
Crackle-FREE will feature original programming and news, with a focus on popular news and entertainment content, as well as entertainment content that has not been aired on other platforms.
The channels are expected to compete with Fox News’ popular programming.
The move comes as Fox News has struggled with ratings and advertiser concerns amid controversy over the use of profanity and the treatment of minorities in its programming.
It is also an attempt to revive Fox’s popular brand after it was recently sold to Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. In March, Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes resigned amid a wave of sexual harassment allegations.