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Fox Sports & Entertainment

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Fox Sports & Entertainment
Fox Sports and Entertainment Logo.png
CountryJapan
Broadcast areaJapan
NetworkFox Sports International
Programming
Language(s)Japanese
Picture format720p HDTV
(downscaled to 16:9 480i for the SDTV feed)
Ownership
OwnerFox Networks Group Japan
(BS-Fox)
Sister channelsFox
Fox Movies
National Geographic
Nat Geo Wild
Baby TV
History
Launched1 October 2011
Closed31 March 2020
Former namesFox BS238 (2011-14)
Links
Websitetv.foxjapan.com/fse/
Availability
Cable
J:ComChannel 409
Satellite
Sky PerfecTV! Premium ServiceChannel 610
Sky PerfecTV!Channel 238
IPTV
NTT Hikari TVChannel 741
EO Hikari TVChannel 810

Fox Sports & Entertainment (formerly Fox BS238) was a Japanese general entertainment and sports television channel operated by BS-Fox, a subsidiary of Fox Networks Group Japan, which was owned by Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International. Launched on 1 October 2011, it adopted last name on 1 February 2014.

The channel was mainly available on the DTH "broadcast satellite" (BS) television platform, but it has been made into other multichannel television platforms since.

FSE broadcast home games of Fukuoka SoftBank Hawks NPB baseball team (and previously those of Chiba Lotte Marines and Orix Buffaloes until the end of 2014 season), the English Premier League, FA Cup, German Bundesliga, Dutch Eredivisie and the Argentine Primera División football leagues, UFC and FIS Alpine Ski World Cup.

Fox Sports Japan Inc., a joint venture between TV Bank (a subsidiary of SoftBank) and what was FIC Japan back then, previously supplied televised coverage of sporting events to the channel, but in December 2014, it was announced that the joint venture would be winded up, and that FIC Japan would subsequently oversee the production of sporting event coverages.[1][2]

The channel also broadcast entertainment and lifestyle programming.

Due to the reorganization affected by acquisition of 21st Century Fox by Disney, the channel closed on 31 March 2020.

References

  • "Fox Sports Comes To Japan". Media Research Asia. Archived from the original on February 20, 2014. Retrieved December 18, 2012.
  1. ^ 長谷川 博 (16 December 2014). FOX SPORTS ジャパンが「FOXスポーツ&エンターテイメント」への番組提供を終了へ. Nikkei New Media. Retrieved 10 July 2019 – via Nikkei Cross Tech.
  2. ^ FOXスポーツジャパン、2年余で事業終了. Bunka Tsushin. 24 December 2014. Retrieved 10 July 2019 – via eiga.com.

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