Fox Sports Radio

Fox Sports Radio, abbreviated FSR, is a sports radio network that originates from the United States. The network is a service of Premiere Networks (a subsidiary of Clear Channel Communications). Fox Sports itself has minimal control over the network; it is simply branded as such per a two-way marketing agreement with Fox Sports's parent company News Corporation.

The network is operated from the Premiere Networks studios on Ventura Boulevard in Sherman Oaks, California. Fox Sports personalities broadcast from studios across the country. FSR broadcasts 24/7 sports programming and airs Fox Sports News (sports headlines and highlights) every thirty minutes. The network is available on almost 400 affiliates across the United States and Canada, and can also be heard on XM Satellite Radio channel 169 (previously 142). FSR is broadcast in New Zealand on Radio Sport.

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