This week in 21CF news: Fox Television Group’s Gary Newman at INTV, ‘Family Guy’ uninterrupted, marketing ‘Love, Simon’

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This week’s recap of news about 21st Century Fox and its businesses includes Fox Television Group Chairman and CEO Gary Newman at INTV, “Family Guy” airing without ad breaks this Sunday, a look at the marketing for “Love, Simon” (now playing in theaters) and more. Fox’s Gary Newman on potential ’24’ comeback; renewal possibilities for

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FOX Sports welcomes barrier-breaking Nigerian sports journalist Chisom Mbonu-Ezeoke as part of Global Sports Mentoring Program

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FOX Sports is participating in the Global Sports Mentoring Program (GSMP) for the first time this year. The initiative, launched by the U.S. Department of State, organizes one-month mentorships for emerging women leaders from around the world each year in the hopes of empowering them to better serve their local communities through the power of

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FOX Sports’ first WAFU Cup of Nations tournament reaches 125 million+ households, milestone for long-term commitment to Africa

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With host nation Ghana’s 4-1 victory over Nigeria in the final match on Sunday, Sept. 24, the inaugural West African Football Union (WAFU) Cup of Nations tournament came to a close. This new sporting event was broadcast in 22 countries in Africa, and distributed to more than 125 million FOX Sports subscribers across Africa, Europe,

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21CF Chats: FOX Sports host Rob Stone on U.S. Men’s National Team’s must-win World Cup qualifying match, soccer’s growth in U.S.

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After disappointing performances in its first two World Cup qualifying Final Round matches, the U.S. Men’s National Team is in an unexpected position of vulnerability heading into its next qualifying match against Honduras on Friday, March 24, in San Jose. Rob Stone, the lead studio host for FOX Sports’ soccer programming, says you have to

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21CF Chats: Carlos Sanchez, EVP and GM of FOX Deportes, on the first U.S. Spanish-language sports network’s 20th anniversary

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On Friday, Nov. 1, 1996, FOX Deportes launched in the U.S., becoming the country’s first Spanish-language sports network. Today, FOX Deportes celebrates its 20th anniversary and endeavors to serve an ever-evolving audience with a changing appetite for sports. To learn about what the milestone means to the network and what the future may hold, I

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