Shoddy camerawork and wonky audio issues are part of Fox News' new streaming service that launched on Tuesday, at least so far. "At first glance, Fox Nation appears to be a cornucopia of fresh content," says Timothy Burke. "A closer look, however, reveals most of the programming to simply be old far-right 'documentaries' with titles like The Great Food Stamp Binge and United Nations Blood Money—most of which aired on Fox News or elsewhere up to ten years ago, though many have misleading 'airdates.'" He adds: "By far, though, the weirdest thing on Fox Nation is a propaganda video—hosted by Fox Business personality Maria Bartiromo—dedicated to Eric Trump. The nearly 40-minute feature highlights the president’s second son, his family, and the company business, scored throughout with bizarre music that can only be described as DJ Tiësto, but in the year 1760. Bartiromo's interview with the younger Trump was conducted in front of a bank vault." ALSO: Fox Nation is also plagued by grammatical and spelling issues.