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Former ESPN Producer Jamie Horowitz Agrees To Deal To Oversee FS1, FS2Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 04 / 23 / 15
Fox Sports and JAMIE HOROWITZ have agreed on a deal that will have the former ESPN producer oversee FS1 and FS2, sources say. A formal announcement is expected to come this week, perhaps as early as today. The move marks the biggest shakeup at Fox Sports since the August '13 launch of FS1, which h...
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