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Fox Prints

Young fox name: cub, kit, pup

Female fox: vixen

Male fox: tod, dog, dog fox, reynard

A group of foxs is called: leash, skulk

Fox classification: vulpine

Fox class: Mammal

The Fox Broadcasting Company, commonly referred to as just Fox and stylized as FOX, is an American television network owned by Fox Entertainment Group, part of Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation. Since its launch on October 9, 1986, Fox has grown from an upstart etlet to the status of the highest-rated broadcast network in the coveted 1849 demographic from 2004 to 2007. In the 200708 season, Fox became the most popular network in America in general household ratings, dethroning CBS.

The Fox Broadcasting Company and its affiliates operate many entertainment channels internationally, including in Australia (Fox8),Brazil(FOX, FOX Life,FOX News,FX) Bulgaria, Germany, Japan, Italy, Serbia, South Korea, Spain, Portugal (Fox, Fox Crime, Fox Life, Fox Next),India (Fox History & Entertainment), Mexico, South America, and Turkey, although these do not necessarily air the same programming as the U.S. network. Most viewers in Canada have access to at least one US FOX affiliate, although most of FOX's primetime programming is subject to Canadian simultaneous substitution laws.

The network is named after sister company 20th Century Fox, and indirectly for producer William Fox, who founded one of the movie studio's predecessors, Fox Film.

Groundwork for the Fox network began in March 1985 with News Corporation's $250-million purchase of 50 percent of TCF Holdings, the parent company of the 20th Century Fox movie studio. In May 1985, News Corporation agreed to pay $1.55 billion to acquire independent television stations in six major U.S. cities from John Kluge's company, Metromedia. These stations were WNEW-TV in New York City, WTTG in Washington, D.C., KTTV in Los Angeles, KRIV-TV in Houston, WFLD-TV in Chicago, and KRLD-TV in Dallas. A seventh station, ABC-affiliated WCVB-TV in Boston, was part of the original transaction but was spun-off in a separate, concurrent deal to the Hearst Corporation as part of a right of first refusal related to that station's 1982 sale to Metromedia.

In October 1985, 20th Century Fox announced its intentions to form an independent television system which would compete with the three major U.S. television networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC). The plans were to use the combination of the Fox studios and the former Metromedia stations to both produce and distribute programming. Organizational plans for the network were held off until the Metromedia acquisitions cleared regulatory hurdles. Then, in December 1985, Rupert Murdoch agreed to pay $325 million to acquire the rest of the studio from his original partner, Marvin Davis. The purchase of the Metromedia stations was approved by the Federal Communications Commission in March 1986; the New York and Dallas outlets were subsequently renamed WNYW and KDAF respectively. These first six stations, then broadcasting to 22 percent of the nation's households, became known as the Fox Television Stations group.

Except for KDAF (which was sold to Renaissance Broadcasting in 1995 and became a WB affiliate at the same time), all of the original stations are still part of the Fox network today. Clarke Ingram, who maintains a memorial website to the failed DuMont Television Network, has suggested that Fox is a revival of DuMont, since Metromedia was a successor to the DuMont corporation and the Metromedia television stations formed the nucleus of the Fox network. WNYW (originally known as WABD) and WTTG were two of the three original owned and operated stations of the DuMont network.

Fox is a full member of the North American Broadcasters Association.

Despite a few successful shows, the network did not have a significant market share until the mid-1990s, when News Corp. bought more TV station groups. The first was New World Communications, which had signed an affiliation deal with Fox in 1994 (see below). Later, in 2001, Fox bought several stations owned by Chris-Craft Industries and its subsidiaries BHC Communications and United Television (most of these were UPN affiliates, although one later became a Fox O&O). This made Fox one of the largest owners of television stations in the United States. Although Fox was growing rapidly as a network and had established itself as a presence, it was still not considered a major competitor to the big three broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, and NBC).


Fox Trivia

What do you call a baby fox?
Answer: A baby fox is called a cub, kit, pup.

What do you call a female fox?
Answer: A female fox is called a vixen.

What do you call a male fox?
Answer: A male fox is called a tod, dog, dog fox, reynard.

What do you call a group of foxs?
Answer: A group of foxs are called a leash, skulk.

Question: What is the scientific classification of a fox?
Answer: A fox has the scientific classification of vulpine.

Question: What class is a fox in?
Answer: A fox is in the mammal class.





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