Three years ago, Fox Sports took a $1 billion hit, but its sports brands and content have thrived.
Now, with Fox Sports hosting the Fox Soccer Show and the NBA’s new All-Star game, it’s time to ask what Fox Sports’ future holds for its sports tampon brands.
“What we’re really looking at is what is the future of sports tamponing?”
Fox Sports senior vice president of brands, Tom Kieffer, told FourFourSecond.
It’s been on the shelves at Target, Target, Amazon, Macy’s, Kohl’s, Kmart, Target and Walmart. “
We’ve done it in a couple of different places.
It’s been on the shelves at Target, Target, Amazon, Macy’s, Kohl’s, Kmart, Target and Walmart.
So, there’s been a lot of success.”
In 2014, FoxSports took over the FoxSports.com sports tamponer brand, which had been sold by the sportswear giant.
The deal allowed FoxSports to consolidate its sports content with its digital offerings, which now include a dedicated sports channel.
In 2015, Fox was acquired by Univision for $52.6 billion, and this summer Fox Sports launched its own Fox Soccer and Fox Soccer Plus channels.
Kieffer noted that the brand is the first of its kind, and the brand was launched with a strong focus on quality.
Fox Sports has also been involved in the NFL’s All-Pro Game, and is the official home of the NFL Network.
“We really focused on the quality of product, and we wanted to make sure that our brand had that same quality,” Kieffer said.
“I think we’ve done a really good job in our brand.
We really did a good job.”
FoxSports.tv, Fox Soccer, FoxSoccerPlus and FoxSoccersports.com will remain the Fox sports brands’ primary online destinations for fans.
“The sports tampoon brand has grown tremendously,” Kieser said, adding that the brands have seen a 30 percent increase in ad revenue and the number of viewers has grown by 60 percent.
“The growth has been very high.
And we’re just trying to keep up with it.”
For now, the brand remains a big part of Fox Sports content, and will remain in the minds of fans and advertisers.
“I think it’s good for our brand, because we have this really strong and powerful brand,” Krieffer said.