FOX Sports has launched a new channel to highlight the world of the financial sector.
The new channel, which will launch this year, will bring together the best of Fox Sports’ programming and features financial analysts, commentators and analysts from around the world to examine the current state of the industry.
“Financialization is happening now.
Financialization is real.
And we are all affected by it.
We all need to do something about it,” Fox Sports CEO Bill Simmons said.
The channel is a partnership between Fox Sports and Moneyball, an initiative by the ESPN investment team that looks at the financial issues of major sporting franchises.
The series aims to educate viewers about the impact of financial change and how it affects the sport.
“The Moneyball series will be the first comprehensive look at how financialization has affected our sports teams and the people who play them,” Simmons said in a statement.
“We will also explore the financial implications for the athletes, coaches and executives in the NBA, NFL, MLB and other sports that we cover, and the ramifications for the sport in general.”
The channel’s first episode will be premiering on Monday, April 8, in which Simmons will discuss the current financial crisis in the United States.