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Fox Sports is Leaving Some YouTube TV Markets, Here’s Where It’s Staying

A YouTube TV logo vs a Fox Sports Logo
YouTube, Fox

We’ve already told you that the Sinclair Broadcast Group (which owns Fox Sports) and YouTube TV came to blows over contract negotiations. And we delivered the bad news that some markets would lose Regional Sports Networks (RSNs). What we didn’t know is which markets were lucky and which weren’t. Well, now we have the list of lucky markets, and it’s surprisingly more extensive than we feared.

To be clear, everyone on YouTube TV is still losing access to the Yes Network, that part is unchanged. But when YouTube TV tweeted out that some markets would keep Fox RSNS, it didn’t specify which markets won and which lost.

So we’ll get that out of the way for you, as that’s the part that really matters. Thanks to the folks at The Streamable, we have a full list of which markets will continue to see Fox RSNs on YouTube TV:

  • FOX Sports Arizona
  • FOX Sports Carolinas
  • FOX Sports Detroit
  • FOX Sports Florida
  • FOX Sports Indiana
  • FOX Sports Kansas City
  • FOX Sports Midwest
  • FOX Sports New Orleans
  • FOX Sports North
  • FOX Sports Ohio
  • FOX Sports San Diego
  • FOX Sports South
  • FOX Sports Southeast
  • FOX Sports Southwest
  • FOX Sports Sun
  • FOX Sports Tennessee
  • FOX Sports Wisconsin
  • Sportstime Ohio

Everyone else, unfortunately, it out of luck. If you’re not on the list and you’re a YouTube TV subscriber, you should receive a notification soon (if you haven’t already), letting you know what’s going on.

Unfortunately, the only way to get Fox Sports back in your area is to switch to another service, like Hulu + Live TV. Or, and we shudder to say this, subscribe to cable.

via The Streamable

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