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Fox Sports News (Australia)

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Fox Sports News
Fox Sports News Australia Logo.png
HeadquartersArtarmon, New South Wales
Picture format576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
OwnerFox Sports Pty Ltd.
Sister channelsFox Footy
Fox Cricket
Fox League
Fox Sports
Launched1 October 2006
FoxtelChannel 254 (HD)
Channel 500 & 602 (SD)
FoxtelChannel 254 (HD)
Channel 500 & 602 (SD)
Foxtel NowChannel 500
Telstra T-BoxChannel 500
Streaming media
Foxtel appChannel 500

Fox Sports News is an Australian cable and satellite sports news channel, owned by Fox Sports Pty Limited (formerly Premier Media Group) and is the sister channel of Fox Sports.

Fox Sports News launched on 1 October 2006. Initially, for 6 hours a day (midnight – 6 am AEST) the channel would simulcast Sky Sports News, similar to the set-up of Australian News channel Sky News Australia. It was later replaced by a continuous loop of different newscasts broadcast that day.

On 5 March 2013 at Fox Sports new headquarters launch in Artarmon, New South Wales, among the announcements relating to Fox Sports was the new logo of Fox Sports and Fox Sports News which is in line with its global affiliate broadcasters.[1]

On 3 November 2014, Fox Sports News launched a HD simulcast. In addition, it moved from channel 513 to channel 500.[2][3]

Fox Sports News is available at the Fox Sports website free of charge. However, its live stream is only accessible in Australia.

The live programming has always been varied since the channel's launch. It was originally live from 6 am - midnight, then 6 am - 1 am, and 5 am - 1 am. It currently runs live programming from 5:30 am to 12:30 am.


  • Jim Callinan (Mornings)
  • Kath Loughnan (AFL Tonight)
  • Scott Jackson (Mornings/Afternoons)
  • Luke Doherty (Mornings/Afternoons)
  • Catherine Durkin (Mornings/Afternoons)
  • Alissa Smith (Afternoon/Evenings)
  • Joanna Healy (Afternoon/Evenings)
  • Tom Wilson (Afternoon/Evenings)
  • Megan Barnard (NRL Tonight Mon-Wed)

Former Presenters


  • Drew Jones (VIC)
  • Cody Kaye (NSW)
  • Geoff Smith (NSW)
  • Catherine Durkin (NSW)


Rolling news coverage

  • Sports First (Daily 5:30 – 9:00 am)
  • Sports Nation (Weekdays 9:00 am & 6:00 pm)
  • Sportsday (Weekdays 10:00 am – 6:00 pm)
  • Sportsnight (Weekdays 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm)
  • Gameday Live (Weekends 9:00 – 10:30 am)
  • Sports Saturday (Saturday 10:30 am – 10:00 pm)
  • Sports Sunday (Sunday 10:30 am – 6:00 pm)
  • Fulltime Live (Thursday-Saturday 10:00 pm – 12:00 am, Sunday 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm)
  • Extra Time (Sunday-Wednesday 10:00 pm – 12:30 am, Friday-Sunday 12:00 am – 12:30 am)


  • The Serve - Monday to Thursday, 6pm - 6:30pm
  • Fox Sports Tonight - Monday to Thursday, 7pm - 8pm hosted by Matt Shirvington.
  • The Early Lead - Weeknights, 11pm - 11:30pm with Dan Ginnane.


  • Cricket AM - 9:30am - 10am hosted by Jim Calinan.
  • AFL tonight - Weednights, 5pm - 5:30pm
  • NRL tonight - Weednights, 5:30pm - 6pm

Former programs

  • Morning Rush
  • Morning News
  • FOX Sports News HQ
  • FOX Sports News Express
  • Peak Hour
  • FOX Sports News Overnight
  • Sports Bite
  • FOX Sports News Bet
  • Long Lunch
  • FOX Sports News
  • FOX Sports News & Views
  • Full Time
  • The Back Page

See also


  1. ^ "Fox Sports unveils fresh new look, leading technology ahead of exciting winter season The Cou". The Courier Mail. 6 March 2013. Retrieved 19 March 2013.
  2. ^ Knox, David (3 September 2014). "FOX Sports adding two more channels". TV Tonight. Retrieved 3 September 2014.
  3. ^ Mark@ (3 September 2014). "BEST YEAR EVER IN 2015 DEMANDS SEVEN HIGH DEFINITION FOX SPORTS CHANNELS". KnowFirst. Archived from the original on 3 September 2014. Retrieved 3 September 2014.
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