The NFL’s new broadcast network, Fox Sports Go, is launching live games this year.
The network’s debut on Wednesday will mark the first time a network has been able to offer a live broadcast of a game, according to Fox Sports.
The live broadcast, which will include highlights, will be hosted by ESPN’s Brett McMurphy, and will be broadcast on Fox Sports’ network.
The channel will stream the game from New York City and will include live highlights of the game.
Fox Sports will also air highlights from other cities across the country.
The network will begin streaming the games on Wednesday at 11 a.m.
ET, with highlights and game analysis from ESPN’s Bob Ley and Bleacher Report’s Adam Schefter, and a special edition of The Sporting News’ Adam Schein on Fox.
Fox Sports Go is a network of nearly 200 sports and entertainment channels that will offer live sports programming, including a wide range of events including college football, the NBA, NHL, MLB, NASCAR, and other major events.
Fox has made an effort to build up its sports network as a major sports league, which has made a series of acquisitions in recent years, including the sale of Fox Sports, which now holds the rights to nearly half of the league’s regular-season games.