FOX Sports North Sep 28, 2018 at 4:06p ET The FOX Sports app, available to iOS and Android devices, provides live streaming video of FOX Sports content along with highlights and instant alerts for scores and key plays. Fans can download the mobile app for free from the Apple App Store and Google Play. Will I be able to stream Wild games this season? Yes. If you are a customer of a participating pay-TV provider and receive FOX Sports North as a part of your channel lineup, you will be able to stream FOX Sports North’s Wild telecasts on the FOX Sports app as part of your video subscription. How does it work and how much does it cost? If a Wild game is being televised on FOX Sports North, it will also be available on the FOX Sports app. To stream games, users will need to verify their credentials by signing in with their pay-TV provider’s User ID and … [Read more...] about Stream Wild games on your mobile device with the FOX Sports app
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By David Barron, Houston Chronicle Published 2:07 pm CDT, Thursday, August 30, 2018 From left, Fox Sports Southwest general manager Steve Simpson, UIL deputy director Jamey Harrison, Cleatus the Fox Sports Robot and Texas governor Greg Abbott at the Texas State Capitol in Austin after Abbott signed a proclamation declaring Aug. 31 to Sept. 1 as "Texas Football Days" the Lone Star State. Click through the gallery to see Houston's top 100 football recruits for the upcoming season. less From left, Fox Sports Southwest general manager Steve Simpson, UIL deputy director Jamey Harrison, Cleatus the Fox Sports Robot and Texas governor Greg Abbott at the Texas State Capitol in Austin after Abbott ... more Photo: Courtesy FSSW HOUSTON'S TOP 100 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RECRUITS (Class of 2019) 1. Kenyon Green, OT, Atascocita Committed to Texas A&M HOUSTON'S TOP 100 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RECRUITS (Class of 2019) 1. … [Read more...] about Fox Sports Southwest ushers in high school football season with doubleheader
I was a little surprised to read that Fox Sports is celebrating their fifteenth anniversary in Australia. Yes, Fox Sports on Australian Pay Television turns fifteen this month. Is it really fifteen years? Seems like only a few years ago that Fox Sports first kicked off in Australia, or maybe time moves faster for sports fans. We have always been interested in a lot of sports, having grown up in Melbourne. But I must confess we only bought Foxtel the year when the A-League started and the Socceroos games were only shown on Fox. What a sports education since then – Ultimate Fighting Championship, Curling, Bikini Beach, American Football and the Lingerie Football League, Baseball, Surfing, Monster Trucks, Super Rugby, The Ultimate Fighter, all forms of Motor Racing, a 24 hour Fox Sports News channel and the list goes on. I now know what Digby Ioane does and who he plays for. The other interesting thing about the fifteenth anniversary is a list of the fifteen most watched Foxtel … [Read more...] about Fifteen years of Fox Sports: Football on top
SHARE What's the story?WWE recently confirmed that they had signed a new television deal with Fox for SmackDown Live which will start from the 1st of October in 2019. They decided on the move from USA Network after their contract negotiations with Fox were successful. Only Sportskeeda gives you the latest Wrestling News, rumors and updates.The show is set to move to Friday nights from their usual Tuesday Night slot, but according to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer (H/T Ringside News), that may not be the only change going forward. In case you didn't know...WWE signed a deal with Fox Sports, which will see their Blue Brand show, SmackDown Live make the jump to Friday Nights from the 1st of October, 2019. The television contracts became a major point of discussion when WWE entered the negotiation period for new contracts. While USA Network chose to retain Monday Night Raw, SmackDown Live moved to a new destination.The heart of the matterThe change will … [Read more...] about What Will The Fox Sports TV Deal Change For WWE’s SmackDown Live?
SHARE What's the story?On the heels of the WWE officially announcing the deal that will send SmackDown Live to the FOX broadcast network in October 2019, there could be another huge entity heading to the FOX family of networks. During a conference call following the news, WWE co-Presidents George Barrios and Michelle Wilson discussed a potential move for NXT as well. (h/t to Cageside Seats)Sportskeeda is the one-stop destination for latest WWE rumors and wrestling news. In case you didn't know...SmackDown was originally on broadcast television when it debuted on UPN on April 29, 1999. It would move to the CW Network in 2006 and My Network TV in 2008 before moving to cable in 2010.The heart of the matterWithin the 30-minute conference call, Barrios and Wilson were asked about the potential return of Talking Smack on one of the FOX networks. There was not a direct answer to this question, but they did state that they are looking at putting more content on their … [Read more...] about Reports: NXT on FOX Sports 1 being discussed as part of the deal