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At Long Last, Fox To Detail Plans For Fox Sports 1 Network
Published March 5, 2013
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The channel will feature live-game programming, which will come from rights deals Fox signed with MLB, NASCAR, college basketball and football, soccer and UFC. A source said Fox will not announce a deal with the Catholic 7 that is breaking away from the Big East due to some minor issues related to their separation from the football schools. Fox also plans to unveil its "double box" in-game advertising plan, which FS1 will use selectively.