By Cablefax Staff | May 21, 2012 |
Fox Sports Interactive
You’d be pressed to find a consumer as content-ravenous as the sports fan. Husvar continues to score new ways to ensure Fox’s online properties are true extensions of its television coverage, packed with Internet-only “Benefits.” Foxsports.com on MSN typically delivers four hours a day of exclusive content, including the acclaimed “Lunch with Benefits” weekday series, plus exclusive commentary, video, breaking news, real-time stats and fantasy games to 29 million unique visitors per month. Husvar also oversees sister sites WhatifSports.com and Scout.com.
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