The Fox Sports family of channels has taken a step back from its high-profile, four-year-old format with a new slate of new channels.
The network’s first major move into television was announcing the creation of its first cable-only network, Fox Sports GO.
The Fox News channel, which had been in syndication since 2009, is now available exclusively through Fox Sports Go.
The network is also rolling out a new, 24-hour live sports stream on Fox Sports 1.
Fox Sports GO has the same focus as the new Fox Sports 2, which also is set to debut in 2021.
The new Fox channel is expected to debut with the premiere of the 20th season of Fox Sports.
With the launch of the new channels comes the debut of a new and revamped digital service.
As part of the network’s effort to broaden its reach beyond its traditional audience, Fox is adding a new online platform to its streaming service, Fox Soccer.
This service is currently only available to subscribers of Fox Soccer Plus.
According to a press release, this new service will offer subscribers a new experience that combines the Fox Sports channel and Fox Soccer channels with the FOX Soccer app, where fans can find and connect with players, broadcasters, and other fans around the world.
In addition, the new service is set for launch in early 2019, with plans to expand beyond its original 24-hours coverage to additional time slots in the coming months.
“We are thrilled to welcome our first-ever digital service to Fox Soccer,” said John Miller, president and CEO of Fox Networks Group.
“Fox Soccer will be a game-changer for our soccer fans around and beyond the U.S. and the world and we are excited to partner with ESPN, the world’s leading sports network, on this new platform that will provide our fans with all the excitement, action and action on-demand sports content they want.”
As we look ahead to the 21st century, we are proud to be able to offer our fans a new way to connect with their favorite teams and players, as well as a platform to connect directly with our global fan base, our fans, and our media partners.
“We are honored to have ESPN on board to expand the FOX Sports brand beyond Fox Soccer, which will be the flagship of the Fox Soccer platform, and to be a part of Fox News, the premier media platform in the world.”
The move is a logical extension of Fox’s plans to bring its fans even closer to the game, and it’s a significant one.
For years, Fox has been synonymous with the sports network’s coverage of Major League Soccer and has been a mainstay on Fox Soccer’s lineup.
The channel has consistently been in the top 20 in the U, and the league has long been a key draw for viewers.
The new service has been announced as part of a broader shift for Fox Soccer to provide fans a way to access a full slate of live and on-the-go sporting content.
More than 2.5 million Fox Sports subscribers are expected to sign up for the service, with additional subscribers to be added through a variety of ways.
When the service launches, fans will be able access live, on-air and ondemand sporting events, with access to the latest highlights and highlights from the games.
The content is also expected to include live programming on the newest sports news, with more on the way.
Additionally, fans can also access live programming from major broadcasters, including ESPN, ESPN2, FOX Sports GO and Fox Sports Now, along with a broad selection of live events from all of Fox.
Fans will also be able follow the action on the new FOX Soccer channel, where the network will bring fans the latest sports news and analysis from the top sports journalists.
All of this will be available to Fox’s 1.3 million subscribers in the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and the United Kingdom.
Focusing on soccer is also a natural fit for Fox.
The station has long shown a strong interest in the sport, and its sports programming has always been of high quality.
There is also plenty of interest from fans and media partners in the upcoming NFL season, with the network planning to introduce new NFL games and highlight the best moments on the field.
Despite its long-standing relationship with Major League Baseball, Fox’s current MLB-only broadcast partners are also expanding their digital offerings.
Starting in 2019, Fox will launch the FOX Football app, which includes more than 30 live-streamed games and highlights.
At the same time, Fox plans to launch a live sports-focused podcast called NFL Nation, which is set up to bring fans and analysts from around the NFL to Fox to discuss and analyze the game.
ESPN is also set to expand its digital presence, with a variety in-game coverage on FoxSportsGo, FoxSports.com and FoxSportsgo