FOX Sports 3 will continue to be the network’s home for breaking sports news and analysis.
A few of the networks biggest names are also going to show up on the network, and Fox Sports has signed the names of several others, according to Fox Sports executive vice president of programming and talent Matt O’Brien.
Among the names to be on the show are Fox Sports 2’s Mike and Mike, Fox Sports’ Erin Andrews and Chris Walder, and the NBA’s D’Angelo Russell, ESPN’s Kevin Pelton and Mark Medina, among others.
O’Brien says the new team will bring a much more engaging and entertaining show.
Fox Sports will not be limited to one-hour news programming, but will include a weekly roundtable discussion show, and will also be able to air segments of sports that aren’t available on the sports networks.
The new team also is going through a transition to an in-house production process, according, O’Briens.
Fox Sports 3 is going forward to be “the network’s flagship sports talk show,” he said.
That is what Fox Sports is about, and that is what it’s going to continue to do.
Fox is always looking for ways to create and expand its sports programming, and this is a prime example of that.
O’Donnell added that the network has been talking with Fox Sports about some changes in the production process.
Fox will continue its tradition of offering a broad array of sports programming.
This is a significant milestone for the network and the network as a whole.
The network will now be the home for the top sports news stories and analysis that matter most to the sports fans.
Fox News will be the go-to source for all the sports information you need to know, and we’re excited to welcome Fox Sports 4, the network continues to offer, O`Brien said.