Network Offers Updated Free App For Mobile Devices and Tablets
LOS ANGELES, CA –FUEL TV (www.fuel.tv), FOX Sports Media Group’s dynamic sports network for males, releases a completely redesigned and updated app for mobile devices and tablets. The FUEL TV V2.0 app works for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Android devices and is now available for free download through the iTunes App Store and Google Play. With the new FUEL TV app, fans get the most adrenaline-sports videos, news, tweets, events, results and so much more, right at their fingertips.
“This is an important relaunch and redesign for our FUEL TV app,” says Carleton Curtis, Director of New Media Marketing for FUEL TV. “Users will now have access to an unprecedented amount of FUEL TV’s amazing videos, news and information. The new app also features an updated design, easier-to-use interface and schedule that will help viewers find their favorite FUEL TV shows quickly and effortlessly. This app a must-have for any adrenaline sports fan.”
The action packed network app offers more Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) content than ever before, highlighting the best UFC videos, shows, news, events and results front and center. There’s also an extensive collection of exciting motocross, surfing, skateboarding, snowboarding and BMX videos. Viewers can go deeper into the programming experience with the new app and see highlight clips, get cast info, and real-time Twitter feeds for their favorite FUEL TV shows.
Need to know when a show begins? The new FUEL TV app has an updated schedule that notifies users with viewing reminders, and includes full Twitter and Facebook integrations allowing users to Tweet, post and share with their friends. The app’s new graphics support high-res screens including Apple’s Retina Display on the iPhone 4S and iPad 3.
For a complete listing of FUEL TV shows, go to: http://www.fuel.tv/schedule/. For more information, go to www.fuel.tv, www.fuel.tv/ufc, on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/fueltv
, and on Twitter at: @fueltv
FUEL TV is the only cable and satellite television network that features the exciting world of adrenaline and thrill-seeking sports including UFC, surfing, motocross, snowboarding and more. This new generation of sports provides a rich landscape of some of the most vibrant and action-packed television entertainment in the world. With more hours of UFC coverage than any other network, FUEL TV is the place to be for live fights, weigh-ins, prelims, pre- and postfight coverage, results and more. See why adrenaline sports fans call FUEL TV the channel they never turn off. FUEL TV, part of FOX Sports Media Group, was launched July 1, 2003 and is seen in more than 36 million U.S. homes and can be accessed by broadband, mobile devices and other digital platforms such as iTunes®. FUEL TV programming is available in more than 50 countries around the world with 24/7 channels operating in Australia and Europe. To subscribe to FUEL TV, call 877-4 FUEL-TV. For program times and other information, visit www.fuel.tv.
About FOX Sports Media Group
FOX Sports Media Group (FSMG) is the umbrella entity representing News Corporation’s wide array of multi-platform US-based sports assets under Chairman & CEO David Hill. Built with brands capable of reaching more than 100 million viewers in a single weekend, FSMG includes ownership and interests in linear television networks, digital and mobile programming, broadband platforms, multiple web sites, joint-venture businesses and several licensing partnerships. FSMG includes FOX Sports, the sports television arm of the FOX Broadcasting Company; Fox’s 20 regional sports networks, their affiliated regional web sites and FSN national programming; SPEED and SPEED2; FOX Soccer, FOX Soccer Plus and FOX Soccer 2Go ; FUEL TV; FOX Deportes and FOX College Sports. In addition, FSMG also includes FOX Sports Interactive Media, which includes FOXSports.com on MSN, whatifsports.com Scout.com and Yardbarker.com. Also included in the Group are Fox’s interests in joint-venture businesses Big Ten Network, BTN 2Go and STATS, LLC, as well as licensing agreements that establish the FOX Sports Radio Network and FOX Sports Skybox restaurants.