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1995–1996 1996–1999 1999–2001 2001–2008
1995–1996 1996–1999 1999–2001 2001–2008
2008–2012 2012 2012–present 2021–present
2008–2012 2012 2012–present 2021–present

Prime Deportiva

1995–1996

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Prime Deportiva was created in 1995 by Liberty Global.

Fox Sports Américas

1996–1999

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In 1996, Fox purchased the channel and relaunched it as Fox Sports Américas, using the brand that was introduces originally as a programming block in Fox.

Fox Sports

1999–2001

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2001–2008

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2008–2012

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Designer:  Steinbranding
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  Unknown

2012

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Used briefly from February 20 to November 2 of 2012

2012–present (Mexico and Argentina); 2012-2021 (Rest of Latin America)

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Designer:  |drive| studio
Superestudio (on-air graphics; 2015-2021)
Typography:  UScoreRGK
Launched:  Unknown

ESPN 4

2021–present (except Mexico and Argentina)

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In November 2021, The Walt Disney Company Latin America confirmed that Fox Sports would be renamed to ESPN 4 on December 1[1], except in Argentina (where the merger of Disney and 21CF is still pending approval), Brazil (where the rebrand won't happen until January 17th, 2022; and, still, Fox Sports 2 will retain its branding) and Mexico (the channel was divested and is no longer owned by Disney).

While immediately after the merger, it was rumored that the rest of the Fox Sports channels would be renamed to ESPN 5 and 6, no confirmation has been given yet, and the destiny of those channels remains uncertain.

See also

References

  1. Líbero - Cambios en TV: FOX Sports pasará a ser ESPN 4 a partir del 1 de diciembre (TV changes: FOX Sports to become ESPN 4 as of December 1)
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