The Fox network channel varies by location. By visiting the official Fox website, viewers can determine their local Fox affiliate station by looking at the affiliate map. This map lists all Fox affiliate channels by region.
The cable channels on the Fox Sports Network vary by region and by cable or satellite service provider. Fox Sports Network is a group of regional sports networks operated by Fox entertainment group.
Fox Sports 1 is on channel 150 in the Dish Network channel lineup. Channel 150 supports both standard and high definition televisions. Fox Sports 1 is a 24-hour sports network that began broadcasting in August 2013.
Time Warner Cable subscribers can locate a channel finder and guide by visiting tvguide.com/listings. The channel numbers and affiliated network are located on the left-hand column of the screen in ascending order.
FOX TV airs on different channels depending on the market location. Websites like Station Index provide a searchable list of local markets and their associated local TV channels, as do major service providers like DISH.
Watch Fox News Channel on cable TV and satellite TV and on computers, tablets and smart phones. The same programming is available across all these options. Viewers need their TV service provider’s account information to watch live programming on Internet connected devices.
DirecTV has offered Fox Sports 1 on Channel 219 since August of 2013, when it replaced the Speed Channel. Not all DirecTV programming packages include Fox Sports 1, so customers who can't view the channel may need to contact customer service to change their package.
The channel number for Fox Sports on Cox Cable depends on a customer's location. To find the channel number for Fox Sports in a particular area, check the channel lineup on Cox Cable's website.
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