Fox Sports has always had a reputation for being one of the most competitive media companies in sports, but recently its business strategy has become more difficult to maintain.
In a recent interview with Business Insider, Fox chief content officer, Paul Shine, said the network had become increasingly reliant on the sports-focused brand of Fox Sports 1 to drive its business.
Shine cited ESPN as a big influence in that direction, and ESPN and Fox Sports have often had similar philosophies about content.
But Shine said that Fox Sports 2 was not going away anytime soon, because of the growth of online video.
Fox has been growing in a big way over the past year.
According to Nielsen data, ESPN has gained nearly 30% in viewership in the U.S. for the second year in a row.
ESPN’s U.K. and French TV rights were sold for $1.2 billion in 2017.
Fox is trying to increase its reach into U.C.L.A. The network has also been making investments in other areas.
According the report, Fox has invested in “the future of the NFL” and is working with other sports networks to build a partnership with a new NFL stadium.
Shine added that the network was looking to develop other properties as well.
Shine said the goal was to develop more “sports-related content” for Fox Sports and ESPN.
Fox also has been working on a new online streaming service called Fox Sports GO, which has been rumored for a few months.
Shine confirmed that the service was “still in the planning stages.”
Shine said in the interview that Fox is also working with digital distributors like Amazon and Netflix to bring new programming to viewers via a new subscription service that will start in the coming months.