Fox Sports and Entertainment

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Fox Sports and Entertainment
Launched 2013
Owned by Fox Networks Group
Japan's TV Bank
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
720p (HDTV)
Country Japan
Language Japanese
Broadcast area Japan
Formerly called Fox Sports (2013-2014)
Sister channel(s) Fox
Fox Movies
Fox Classics
Website Fox Sports and Entertainment
Availability
Satellite
Sky PerfecTV! Channel 610 (HD)

Fox Sports and Entertainment (formerly Fox Sports) is a general entertainment and sports television company launched in Japan in 2013. It is a joint venture of American television company Fox Networks Group and Japan's TV Bank.

The company produces sports programs that are broadcast on several Fox channels. Fox broadcasts home games of Nippon Professional Baseball teams Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks, Chiba Lotte Marines and Orix Buffaloes (Lotte and Orix both until 2014 season), the English Premier League, FA Cup, German Bundesliga, Dutch Eredivisie and the Argentine Primera División football leagues, UFC and FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. The channel also airs entertainment and lifestyle programming.

Since February 1, 2014, Fox changed name of their BS channel FOX bs238 as Fox Sports and Entertainment (FOXスポーツ&エンターテイメント)

References

  • Fox Sports and Entertainment official website
  • Fox Sports Comes To Japan - Media Research Asia, 18 December 2012
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