How To Use Fox Sports Network

The Fox Sports Network or FSN is also known as Fox Sports Regional Networks. FSN is a collection of cable television regional sports networks in the USA. It is owned and operated by News Corporation. If you’re looking for a sports forum, sports guide, and a talk network, FSN is the best bet for your needs.

Here is a quick run down of some of the content you can find in Fox Sports Network:

  • Exclusive coverage of sports events. Fox has managed to gain exclusivity in terms of featuring Daytona 500 after being connected with NBC Sports in their first contract with NASCAR. 2007 marked the year for Formula One races together with the United States Grand Prix and Canadian Grand Prix, as well as two of NASCAR’s Camping World Truck Series. All these races were featured on TV live! Moreover, some shows they broadcast such as Formula One and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series were shown live.
  • Regional coverage of sports events. Fox manages a regional sports network with broadcasting rules and regulations that agree with the league’s market distribution laws. An example of this is when cable and satellite subscribers receive a game from another state. There is a common on-going rule that regional coverage is restricted from being broadcast outside the team’s home network.
  • A list of cable channels. Included in the Fox Sports Network are the following cable channels: Fox College Sports, Fuel TV, Big Ten Network, Fox Soccer Channel Player, Speed Channel
  • HDTV coverage. In July 2004, FSN started to air programs in 720p HDTV. Today, almost all Fox Sports channel is being aired in HD television.
  • Public Service. Fox Supports is a charitable institution covered under the Fox Sports Network. Most of their causes are health-related and they give grants and marketing support to each organization under this program. To date (2009), here is a list of the organizations formed and supported by Fox Sports: Autism Speaks, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Children’s Health Fund, Alzheimer’s Association, Susan J. Komen for the Cure, Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, City of Hope, Malaria No More.
  • Fox Sports. This is the web counterpart of the Fox Sports Network television channel. Find out anything and everything FSN features on television from the National Football League, Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, National Hockey League, National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, and National Collegiate Athletic Association, and more.
  • Fox Twitter Account. Keep in touch with Fox Sports. Follow FSN on twitter to get the latest sports updates.

Fuel the sports power through Fox Sports Network. Since everything you need about sports can be found here, schedule your date night or rather, sports night by checking the daily schedule or game guides on TV or online. Register and chat with other sports fanatics through the forum provided in the website. You’ll also get more insider stories and blow by blow news from their real time updates in the website and in twitter.


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