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FITE announces TV syndication deals for “FITE In Focus”

UFC FightFITE.TV, the premium digital network for live streaming of combat sports globally, unveiled today it has signed distribution agreements with select TV stations to start airing FITE original programming – FITE In Focus – on a weekly appointment viewing schedule through broadcast syndication.

Starting this month, FITE In Focus weekly TV series kicks off on Eleven Sports, Holyfield TV, Tuff TV, Rochester Sports Channel, The Action Channel, Footprint TV, Untamed Sports by Olympusat, and WLPC TV 40 Comcast channel Detroit, among others, with more networks joining in over the coming weeks and international distribution on the FITE network on a few days delay.

“Televising FITE programming is one of many major milestones for us for this year and we’re thrilled to kick it off with such a reputable list of partners,” said Michael Weber, FITE COO. “TV syndication will let us reach broader audiences now that the interest for combat sports is growing faster than ever.”

FiteTV- LogoFITE In Focus is a one-hour weekly magazine focusing on combat sports. Each episode features top bouts in MMA, Pro Wrestling, Boxing, Muay Thai and Kickboxing as well as reports, news and interviews from FITE’s top contributors and most popular combat sports insiders.

Syndication will introduce FITE a-la-carte programming from top promotions like Ring of Honor Wrestling, Reality of Wrestling,  Golden Boy Boxing,  M1 MMA, and Powerplay Kickboxing to a viewing audience from estimated 50m+ households across the country.

International audiences will be able to catch FITE In Focus at 7pm EST every Thursday free on the FITE mobile apps, Roku Channel, Apple TV, and on FITE website.

Full TV channel listing is available at https://www.fite.tv/p/tv-listings/.

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