lish-language television series and movies, featuring exclusive in India HBO original programming and the Fox Library. Middle East: The company has an approximate 19% interest in Rotana Holding FZ-LLC, a diversified media company in the Middle East and North Africa. The company also has an approximate 47.8% interest in Moby Group Holdings Limited (MGH). MGH operates television, radio, production, digital and other media businesses in Afghanistan and elsewhere in the Middle East, Central and South Asia, and Africa. Competition FOX News and FOX Business Network: FOX News Channel’s primary competition comes from the cable networks CNN, HLN (CNN’s Headline News), and MSNBC. Fox Business Network’s primary competition comes from the cable networks CNBC and Bloomberg Television. Sports Programming Operations: Various basic and pay television programming services, such as ESPN and NBC Sports Network, as well as free-to-air stations and broadcast networks, provide programming that target Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, BTN and the FSN RSNs’ respective audience. On a national level, the primary competitors to Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2 and FSN are ESPN, ESPN2, NBC Sports Network, Golf Channel and league-owned networks, such as NFL Network, NHL Network, NBA TV and MLB Network. Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2 and FSN also face competition online from Major League Baseball Advanced Media, Yahoo Sports, ESPN.com, NBCSports.com and CBSSports.com, among others. FX and FXX: FX and FXX face competition from various basic cable and pay television programming services, such as USA Network (USA), TNT, Spike TV, Home Box Office, Inc. (HBO) and Showtime Networks (Showtime), as well as free-to-air broadcast networks, Internet subscription and rental services, such as Netflix and Amazon; and free-to-consumer video sharing Websites, such as YouTube that provide programming that targets the same viewing audience as FX and FXX. National Geographic Partners: In the United States, National Geographic Channels face competition for viewers and advertising from various basic cable and broadcast television channels, such as Discovery Channel, History, Animal Planet, Travel Channel, Science, VICELAND, American Heroes Channel, FYI and Tru TV, as well as free-to-air broadcast networks, sports, news and general entertainment networks, which have acquired or produced competing programming and Internet subscription and rental services. Television segment This segment engages in the operation of broadcast television stations and the broadcasting of network programming in the United States. Fox Television Stations, LLC (Fox Television Stations) Fox Television Stations owns and operates 28 full power stations, including stations located in 9 of the 10 major designated market areas (DMAs). Fox Television Stations owns and operates duopolies in 11 DMAs, including the 3 major DMAs, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. Of the 28 full power stations, 17 stations are affiliates of FOX (FOX Affiliates). In addition, Fox Television Stations owns and operates 10 stations broadcasting programming from Master Distribution Service, Inc. (MyNetworkTV). FOX Broadcasting Company (FOX) FOX has 207 FOX Affiliates, including 17 stations owned and operated by the company, which reach approximately 99.9% of all U.S. television households. In general, each week FOX regularly delivers to its affiliates 15 hours of prime-time programming, 60 minutes of late-night programming on Saturday and 60 minutes of news programming on Sunday. FOX’s prime-time entertainment programming features such series as Empire, Last Man on Earth, Scream Queens, New Girl, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Gotham, Lucifer and The Simpsons; unscripted series, such as Hell’s Kitchen, Master Chef and the farewell season of American Idol; event series, such as The X-Files and Wayward Pines; and live event specials, such as Grease Live! and The Passion. In addition, a significant component of FOX’s programming consists of sports programming, with FOX providing to its affiliates live coverage (post-season) of the National Football Conference of the NFL and MLB, as well as live coverage of the Sprint Cup
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