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Company Overview of Fox Sports Interactive Media, LLC

Company Overview

Fox Sports Interactive Media, LLC develops new media initiatives for FOX Sports and FOX Sports Net. The company operates a Website that acts as an online source of sports news, information, listings, games, and special features about programming on FOX Sports, FOX Sports Net, and FOX Sports Radio. It also operates a 24-hour sports video channel specifically designed for smartphones. The company was incorporated in 2000 and is based in Los Angeles, California. Fox Sports Interactive Media, LLC operates as a subsidiary of Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc.

10201 West Pico Boulevard

Building 101

Los Angeles, CA 90035

United States

Founded in 2000

Phone:

310-369-7069

Fax:

310-969-5660

Key Executives for Fox Sports Interactive Media, LLC

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Fox Sports Interactive Media, LLC Key Developments

Autodesk and Fox Sports Team Up on Wind Simulation Technology for Super Bowl XLVIII Broadcast

Autodesk and FOX Sports are teaming up to give viewers the opportunity to actually see what impact the wind may have on the first Super Bowl ever held outdoors in a cold-weather locale. The technology, dubbed FOX WEATHER TRAX for the game, clearly illustrates, for the first time ever on live television, dynamic in-stadium airflow patterns. FOX Sports called upon Autodesk to illustrate the challenges players may face due to potentially unprecedented Super Bowl wind conditions. Using Autodesk simulation technology to calculate the specific weather conditions inside MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ, the software provider and FOX plan to superimpose visual representations of wind direction directly over game play. Prior to this joint effort, coaches, players, commentators and fans relied on field goal flags to determine how the wind influenced a pass or field goal. It was a guessing game at best, and one that typically left viewers scratching their heads as to why a kick or touchdown pass was missed. The collaboration between FOX Sports and Autodesk eliminates the guesswork. Simulation technology is regularly used by designers, architects and engineers to investigate 'what-if' scenarios, explore new ideas and gain deeper insight into how an everyday product, a building or stadium behaves during day-to-day use. This new and easy-to-use technology has radically improved the design process by allowing Autodesk customers to test and analyze designs digitally before physical production and perhaps best of all, the digital computation takes place unobtrusively behind the scenes - similar to spell-check in a word processing application.

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