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Tag Archives: Fox Soccer Channel

Fox Soccer Channel Now Broadcasting In HD

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Fox Soccer Channel is now broadcasting in HD, according to several reports from viewers nationwide. The 24/7 soccer network has added the HD symbol to its coverage and is now available to all carriers nationwide. However not all programming shown … Continue reading

Setanta Sports US Agrees Terms With Fox Soccer Channel

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Setanta Sports confirmed today that its US and Caribbean sports channel will cease broadcasting on February 28, 2010 and that much of its TV programming rights, including premium soccer games and rugby events, will be transferred to Fox Soccer Channel, … Continue reading

Fox Soccer Channel Impress With: The Greatest, The Contenders

Posted on by Jesse Chula

For one reason or another, FSC have enjoyed a lot of headlines on EPL Talk lately. 2010 is already scheduled to be a massive year for the network that continues to provide footie fans the beautiful game with a variety … Continue reading

Setanta Sports US Service to End February 28, Reports Say

Posted on by Christopher Harris

When Setanta Sports US hands back the TV rights to the Premier League and Champions League on February 28, 2010 which it had sub-licensed from Fox Soccer Channel, that will be Setanta’s last day in business according to a Setanta … Continue reading

Fox Soccer Plus Scheduled To Launch March 1, 2010

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Fox Soccer Channel will announce Tuesday that it’ll launch it’s second all-soccer network named Fox Soccer Plus on March 1, 2010, according to the Associated Press. The news comes almost one week after EPL Talk broke the story that Fox … Continue reading

Prepare For British Invasion Of Soccer Pundits and Commentators

Posted on by Christopher Harris

When ESPN announced late last year its roster of talent the network would feature during World Cup 2010 games, the Disney-owned company definitely raised the bar with high-profile names such as Martin Tyler, Efan Ekoku, Steve McManaman, Roberto Martinez, Ruud … Continue reading

Andy Gray and Richard Keys Added to Fox Soccer Channel World Cup Coverage

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Fox Soccer Channel is adding Sky Sports personalities Andy Gray and Richard Keys to its summer coverage of the World Cup, according to Multichannel News. The move is surprising because few anticipated Fox would feature such high-profile talent to host … Continue reading

EPL Games Temporarily Return to Setanta Sports USA

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Setanta Sports USA will televise two high-profile Premier League games this weekend, according to its website, which was updated late Friday. Both the Arsenal versus Everton (Saturday, 10am ET) and West Ham versus Wolves (Sunday, 8:25am ET) games will be … Continue reading

Fox's New Channel to Be Baptized Fox Soccer Plus?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

With the exclusive story earlier this week reporting that Fox Soccer Channel is in talks with Setanta Sports to acquire the US company, EPL Talk has found evidence that Fox has trademarked the name Fox Soccer Plus (and also the … Continue reading

Setanta's Likely Demise Will Be a Dark Day For Soccer Fans in US

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It doesn’t look good for Setanta Sports. The network, which over the past decade transformed the soccer landscape in the United States by offering more soccer coverage than anyone else, is on its last legs and in the next 72 … Continue reading

Breaking: Fox Sports International in Talks to Acquire Setanta Sports

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Fox Sports International is in discussions to acquire Setanta Sports USA and an announcement is expected in the next 72 hours, sources confirmed to EPL Talk on Monday. Fox Sports International is best known to soccer fans as the company … Continue reading

Why ESPN's BottomLine Ticker Annoys Soccer Fans

Posted on by Christopher Harris

If I had to count the number of times that ESPN has ruined Premier League games for me this season by running latest scores on their BottomLine Ticker while I’m recording games on Fox Soccer Channel or Setanta Sports, it … Continue reading

Fox Soccer Channel Still On Time Warner After Brief Extension Agreed: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

January 1, 2010 was supposed to mark day one of Fox Soccer Channel not being available on Time Warner Cable due to a squabble over how much Time Warner would pay News Corp., which owns Fox Soccer Channel (as well … Continue reading

5 Bold Soccer Predictions For 2010

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the past four years, the world has made significant strides in better broadband access as well as the latest in high-definition TVs and better access and programming to carry the beautiful game around the world. It’s no wonder then … Continue reading

Looking Ahead to the FA Cup Third Round On US Television

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Without a doubt, the third round of the FA Cup is one of the highlights of the calendar year for football supporters. It’s a golden opportunity to see the giants of football compete against amateur teams made up of people … Continue reading

Are The Days Of Cable and Satellite Providers Numbered?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

In the past decade, we’ve seen plenty of changes but one of the biggest ones has been that middle men have seen their power stripped away because of the Internet. Record companies are no longer as powerful as they used … Continue reading

What Fox Soccer Channel In HD Means For The Soccer Fan In America

Posted on by Fletch Spigner

Fox Soccer Channel will be broadcasting in HD very soon. There are a few positives and a few negatives, yes negatives, to this development. Here are a few positives and negatives as I see it: Positive #1: Fox Soccer will … Continue reading

Time Warner Customers In Danger Of Losing Fox Soccer Channel

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Time Warner Cable customers are in jeopardy of losing Fox Soccer Channel next month unless a deal can be agreed between the two companies before December 31, 2009. The standoff between Time Warner Cable and Fox is similar to what … Continue reading