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Fox Also To Launch New Mobile App Similar To WatchESPN
Published March 5, 2013
"Ultimately, the goal is to be able to watch everything from Fox (Sports) on an authenticated basis," said Fox Sports co-President & co-COO Randy Freer. Fox Sports' recent programming and distribution agreements have contemplated a TV Everywhere strategy deployed through a product such as Fox Sports Go, Freer said. "We think we're going to have a powerful mobile product in the market, where everything is unified in this single product, instead of scattered through a handful of various apps," he said. Fox Sports Go will be able for iOS and Android devices and the mobile web.