Fox Sports 2 (FS2) is an American sports television network owned by Fox Sports Media Group, a division of Fox Corporation. The channel was launched on August 17, 2003, as a sister channel to Fox Sports Net (now Fox Sports 1). FS2 primarily airs college sports, soccer, and motorsports programming, as well as select Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, and National Hockey League games.
FS2 is available in over 80 million homes in the United States. The channel is also available in a number of other countries around the world.
In addition to live sports programming, FS2 also airs a variety of studio shows, news programs, and documentaries. The channel’s studio shows include “The Herd with Colin Cowherd,” “Skip and Shannon: Undisputed,” and “Speak for Yourself.” FS2’s news programs include “Fox Sports Live” and “Fox Soccer Report.” The channel’s documentaries include “30 for 30” and “E:60.”
FS2 has been praised for its coverage of college sports, soccer, and motorsports. The channel has also been criticized for its lack of original programming and for its reliance on reruns of shows from other Fox Sports channels.
Despite its critics, FS2 has been a successful channel for Fox Sports. The channel has helped Fox Sports to expand its reach and to reach a wider audience. FS2 is also a valuable asset for Fox Sports’ digital platforms. The channel’s live streams and on-demand content are available through Fox Sports’ website and app.
In 2019, Fox Sports 2 rebranded its on-air look and introduced a new logo. The new look was designed to reflect the channel’s focus on live sports, news, and analysis.
Fox Sports 2 is a valuable asset for Fox Sports. The channel is a leader in the sports television industry and it is a key part of Fox Sports’ strategy to reach a wider audience.