Fox (channel)

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Fox is a brand name used by a number of different television channels throughout the world, all owned or licensed by Disney Channels Worldwide, a international unit of Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer & International. It shares its name with now-former affiliate Fox Broadcasting Company, a US television property owned by Fox Corporation.

Channels and divisions[edit]


  • Fox (Asia)
  • Fox (Japan)
  • Fox (Korea) - owned by Tcast
  • Fox (Thailand)
  • Fox (Taiwan)
  • Fox (Philippines)
  • Fox HD (Asia)
  • Fox HD (Taiwan)
  • Fox HD (Philippines)


Bulgaria & Balkans[edit]


  • FOX is a Egypt channel launched on July 4, 1996.


  • FOX is a Finland channel launched on April 16, 2012.


  • FOX is a Germany channel launched on May 20, 2008.


  • FOX is a Greece channel launched on 1 October 2012.


  • FOX is an India channel launched on 22 November 2008.


  • FOX is an Italian channel launched on July 31, 2003.

Latin America[edit]

  • Fox Channel is a Latin America channel launched on October 15, 1993.

Middle East[edit]

  • FOX is a Middle East channel launched on March 1, 2011.


North Africa[edit]

  • FOX is a North Africa channel launched on 20 February 2013.


  • FOX is a Norway channel launched on July 1, 2013.


  • FOX is a Poland channel launched on 6 November 2010.


  • FOX is a Portugal channel launched in 2003.


  • FOX (previously Fox Crime) is a Russian television channel, launched on March 5, 2008.

South Africa[edit]

  • FOX is a South Africa channel launched on April 9, 2013.


  • FOX is a Spain channel launched on June 30, 2002.


  • FOX is a general entertainment channel launched in 2007. It replaced TGRT.

UK and Ireland[edit]

  • FOX (previously FX) is a UK and Ireland channel launched on 12 January 2004.

United States[edit]

FOX Logo in Malaysia 1999-present

See also[edit]