Fox Sports International (Netherlands)

Fox Sports International is a premium television service in the Netherlands, owned by Eredivisie Media & Marketing CV (in which Fox Networks Group Benelux has a 51% share and football clubs together with Endemol 49%) and launched on 17 August 2013.[1]

The service contains three channels covering several European football leagues and live tennis from the ATP World Tour and WTA Tour.[2]

Fox Sports International
Launched17 August 2013
NetworkFox Sports
Owned byEredivisie Media & Marketing CV (51 % Fox Networks Group Benelux (The Walt Disney Company))
Picture format1080i HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 576i for the SDTV feed)
CountryNetherlands
LanguageDutch
Broadcast areaNetherlands
Sister channel(s)Fox Sports Eredivisie
Fox
National Geographic
National Geographic Wild
24Kitchen
BabyTV
Websitewww.foxsports.nl
Availability
Cable
ZiggoChannel 424 (Fox Sports 4 HD)
Channel 425 (Fox Sports 5 HD)
Channel 426 (Fox Sports 6 HD)
IPTV
KPN iTVChannel 222 (Fox Sports 2)
Channel 224 (Fox Sports 2 HD)
Channel 227 (Fox Sports 4)
Channel 229 (Fox Sports 4 HD)
Streaming media
Ziggo GOZiggoGO.tv
Fox Sports GOWatch live (Netherlands only)

Channels

  • Fox Sports 4
  • Fox Sports 5
  • Fox Sports 6

Coverage

External links

References

  1. ^ Jarco Kriek (26 June 2013). "Eredivisie Live wordt Fox Sports Eredivisie en International". TotaalTV.
  2. ^ "Eredivisie Live wordt Fox Sports eredivisie". Fox Sports. 30 June 2013.
Fox Sports

Fox Sports is the brand name for a number of sports channels, broadcast divisions, programming, and other media around the world that are either controlled or partially owned by the family of Rupert Murdoch, or companies called Scream Factory and Shout! Factory. These assets are held mainly by Fox Corporation, with the exception of the operations in Australia, which are part of News Corp Australia. (21st Century Fox and News Corp are the two companies resulting from the breakup of the larger News Corporation in mid-2013; the Murdoch family retains voting control of both entities.)

The name originates from the Fox Broadcasting Company in the United States, which in turn was derived from the name of the Fox Film Corporation (later 20th Century Fox). The Fox Sports name has since been used in Fox Corp's and News Corp's other sports media assets around the world.

On December 14, 2017, The Walt Disney Company announced plans to acquire 21st Century Fox (Fox Sports' parent) for $52.4 billion; this will include key assets such as 20th Century Fox, FX Networks, National Geographic Partners, its regional sports networks, and its international networks. The Fox television network, Fox News Channel, and the non-regional Fox Sports assets (Fox Sports 1 and 2 (FS1 and FS2) cable channels, and the part of Fox Sports attached to the Fox television network) will be spun off into an independent company run by the Murdoch family, eventually named Fox Corporation.

MLB International

MLB International is a division of Major League Baseball primarily responsible for international broadcasts of games. Prominently, in partnership with DirecTV and MLB Network, it produces and syndicates the All-Star Game, NLCS, ALCS, and the World Series, as well as the Caribbean Series, the Australian Baseball League Championship Series and the World Baseball Classic to broadcasters in over 200 countries, and the American Forces Network for U.S. military troops abroad.

Sports broadcasting contracts in the Netherlands

This article refers to sports broadcasting contracts in the Netherlands. For a list of rights in other countries, see Sports television broadcast contracts.

Corporate directors
Primary businesses
Other assets
Canada
(through joint ventures)
Latin America
Asia
Middle
East
Europe
Other
Defunct or sold
NPO
RTL
(RTL Nederland)
Talpa
Viacom
(VIMN)
Discovery
Walt Disney Co.
(Disney DTCI)
AMC
(AMC International)
WarnerMedia
Ziggo
NBCUniversal
(NBCU IN)
Sony Pictures
(SPTN)
Stingray Digital
MuziekKiosk
Regional
Other
International
channels
Defunct
References

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