Fox Sports South

Fox Sports South is a regional sports network that airs sports programming in the Southern United States. It is part of the larger Fox Sports Networks group of regional sports networks. The network carries professional and collegiate sports coverage from across the region, along with other sporting events and programming from FSN.

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Foxsports - Networks - Owned and Operated
... Name Region served Home to Former Name Year Joined/ Launced Notes Fox Sports Arizona Arizona New Mexico Utah southern Nevada Phoenix Suns (NBA) Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB) Phoenix Coyotes (NHL) Phoenix ... Fox Sports Net Detroit put PASS Sports, which was owned by Post-Newsweek/WDIV-TV, out of business in 1997 when Fox acquired the TV rights to all of the pro sports teams in Detroit ... Fox Sports Florida Florida southern Alabama southern Georgia Tampa Bay Rays (MLB) Orlando Magic (NBA) Miami Marlins (MLB) Florida Panthers (NHL) SportsChannel Florida ...
Branding - Fox Sports South
... For most programs (including nationally-televised sports) the Fox Sports logo is shown with a dark blue, rounded arrow shaped drop-down containing the word "SOUTH" ... basketball games, the text in the drop-down changes to "HAWKS" (so that the bug reads Fox Sports Hawks), with the arrow at the bottom of the drop-down shown in red ...
Atl Braves - Radio and Television
... from Time Warner to Meredith Corporation, all Peachtree TV games will be simulcast on Fox Sports South outside of the Peachtree TV coverage area, beginning in 2011 ... in Florida, 68 in Georgia, 1 in Mississippi, 13 in North Carolina, 14 in South Carolina, and 14 in Tennessee ... play-by-play announcer for all 105 games on both SportSouth (formerly Turner South) and the Sunday games shown on Fox Sports South, while doing some of the 45 games shown on Peachtree TV ...

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