Fox News Media has launched a subscription-based podcast service called Fox News Podcasts+ on the Apple Podcast platform, the company announced Tuesday.

The service features shows originally produced as podcasts that are currently offered on Fox’s podcast website along with podcast versions of Fox News Sunday, and three shows from Fox News Radio.

The full portfolio includes nearly 40 podcasts and also includes Fox News Investigates specials, bonus shows from political events, and long-form podcasts about faith, history, and true crime.

The subscription costs $2.99 per month or $29.99 per year.

The subscription doesnt include the audio versions of many of the companys most popular cable TV shows that are offered as podcasts on its website, such as Tucker CarlsonTucker CarlsonCotton, Pentagon chief tangle over diversity training in militaryConservation deal puts additional hurdle in front of embattled mine proposalDonald Trump Jr. joins CameoMORE Tonight, Ingraham Angle, Hannity, Fox and Friends or Cavuto Coast to Coast.

Apple launched what it called a “global marketplace” for premium, subscription-only podcasts in late April.

Other news outlets using Apples subscription platform include sports media outlet The Athletic, the Los Angeles Times, NPR and the Washington Post.

Fox News Media is the parent organization of Fox News Audio, which encompasses Fox News Radio (FNR), Fox News Headlines 24/7 and Fox News Podcasts.

It is also the parent organization for Fox News and on demand streaming service Fox Nation.