FOX SPORTS

FOX SPORTS Australia has been on air for 21 years this Australia Day.  FOX SPORTS started out as Premier Sports Network and became FOX SPORTS Australia Pty Limited (FOX SPORTS) on 1 March 1996.

Today FOX SPORTS is Australia’s leading producer of sports television coverage and is home to Australia's favourite subscription television sports channels as well as Australia's number one general sports website. FOX SPORTS is owned by News Corp Australia and is located in a brand-new, purpose-built broadcast facility in Artarmon on Sydney’s north shore, with operations nationwide in Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane. FOX SPORTS compiles and produces the FOX SPORTS 1, FOX SPORTS 2, FOX SPORTS 3, FOX SPORTS 4, FOX SPORTS 5, FOX FOOTY and FOX SPORTS News subscription television channels, available via the Foxtel subscription television platform. 


FOX SPORTS channels 1-5, FOX SPORTS News and FOOTY Play Powered by FOX SPORTS are available on Foxtel’s flexible internet TV service, Foxtel Play; Foxtel on T-box; and Foxtel’s ground-breaking Foxtel Go App. FOX SPORTS operates the website www.foxsports.com.au which contains a wide range of video content and articles. FOX SPORTS also continues to lead the way with a range of mobile and tablet applications and match centres including the FOX SPORTS News application, the FOX SPORTS Barclays Premier League LIVE application and the FOX SPORTS Super Rugby Match Centre. FOX SPORTS broadcasts over 10,000 hours of LIVE sports programming per year into 2.5 million homes around Australia. All subscription television channels produced by FOX SPORTS are simulcast on the Foxtel platform in high definition, enabling viewers to watch their favourite sports in high definition. The FOX SPORTS channels are also available in more than 5,100 hotels and licensed venues through the FOX SPORTS Venues service as well as 180,000 hotel rooms.

  

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