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  • September 21, 2021

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FOX Sports NFL – FOX Sports: “The World Series will be on Fox Sports 2 this year, which is a great game on the network,” Fox Sports spokesman Steve Weisberg told Bleacher Sports.

“It will be a new and exciting series that we’ve been working on for a few years now.”

The network will debut in early 2018, though Weisburg said it won’t be a regular season game.

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FOXSports.com – Fox Sports: The network has been busy.

The network launched its NBA 2K17 on Friday, adding a season pass for $39.99, but it also is rolling out a new app and streamer for NBA 2k18 and its NBA All-Star Game stream.

It’s also rolling out some brand-new sports apps and shows.

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CBS Sports – CBS Sports: CBS Sports has been working to improve its sports coverage.

The company announced it would launch its new CBS Sports Go app in 2018, which allows users to see game replays and video highlights without having to log in.

The app also lets users watch highlights from games with up to 20 friends.

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ESPN Sports – ESPN: The NFL and the NBA are set to return to ESPN, which will be in the same time slot.

But ESPN’s coverage is getting some significant changes.

ESPN will introduce new live events that will be available on-demand and streaming, as well as relaunch a sports app.

The new ESPN+ app is available now, and will also be available for iOS and Android devices, and on Xbox, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Microsoft Surface.

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Fox Sports MLB – FoxSports.TV: “We will be bringing back the classic broadcast of every MLB game this year,” FoxSports’ vice president of programming, Dave Schulman, said in a statement.

“We’ve been doing this for years, and we’re excited to bring back the live broadcasts of all 30 MLB games.”

The studio will continue to be a hub for all of FoxSports’s MLB programming, including the World Series and MLB All-Stars.

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ESPN – ESPN – The network is bringing back its NBA Live and NBA Countdown shows on ESPN, but will be reopening the ESPN Sports app.

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FoxSports – Fox News: Fox News is back with a new lineup of “Fox Sports 2” shows.

They’ll air live and on-air, including a “Fox & Fox Sports Live,” “Fox News Specials” and “Fox and Friends.”

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ESPN.com/ABC News – ABC News: The ABC News app will launch this summer.

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Fox News – FoxNews.com: The site will also have live and archived editions of the “Fox Business Network,” “Wall Street Journal” and other live news shows.

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BleacherReport.com News – Bleacherreport.com, BleacherNation: Bleacher reported that the NFL will return to Fox Sports this season.

The NFL is the only major sports league without a regular-season game, but there will be regular-and-late-season games.