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Fox Broadcasting Company

Fox Broadcasting Company (FBC) holds a prominent position amid the many successful broadcasting organizations of the world. Established in October 1986, Fox began operations as a subsidiary company of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation. FBC is a unit of the Fox Entertainment Group, which was financially supported by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation. The network Fox Broadcasting Company was so named because of its sister company, 20th Century Fox.

FBC started off with 79 associate stations in different U.S. cities. The channel had 80 percent reach in the country, which has increased over the years. Today, FBC has 200 affiliate stations and 19 television channels. On October 9, 1986, the transmission of the channel started off with a late-night show hosted by the famous comedian Joan Rivers. ...

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