Avid Fox News fans who subscribe to SiriusXM will be able to listen to round-the-clock updates with the launch of “Fox News Headlines 24/7.”

SiriusXM and Fox News unveiled “Fox News Headlines 24/7” Wednesday, which will be a national headline news service and full-time satellite radio channel produced by a team of Fox News journalists and contributors. The channel, part of a multi-year agreement, will launch in the fall of 2015 to all SiriusXM subscribers on channel 115.

“By creating this new news offering, we’re aiming to provide Fox News viewers and satellite radio subscribers the opportunity to stay informed with the latest headlines and breaking news from the network they have come to rely on and trust,” said Roger Ailes, Fox News chairman and CEO, in a statement.

Staffed 24 hours per day, seven days a week and 365 days a year, “Fox News Headlines 24/7” on SiriusXM will deliver the day’s top stories at any time. Jay Wallace, Fox News senior vice president of news will oversee operations of the new channel, in addition to his current responsibilities managing news at FNC.

Fox News and SiriusXM already broadcast three satellite radio channels: the Fox News Channel, the Fox Business Network and Fox News Talk.