Since 2016, Mike Mulvihill has been the Executive Vice President as well as Head of Strategy and Analytics for Fox Sports. He will continue his position there while adding additional roles leading the research, analytic, and strategic plans across Fox Sports and Fox Entertainment in addition to his new Tubi tasks.
As reported by Deadline, President and COO of Fox Sports Mark Silverman is excited to see Mike Mulvihill join the Tubi team.
“Mike has been an unbelievable asset to the Fox Sports team, providing unmatched insightful analysis, and helping us grow our business to new heights. We are thrilled to see Mike expand his portfolio and bring his unique talents to our Fox Entertainment Group and Tubi,” said Mark Silverman.
During Mike Mulvihill’s time at Fox Sports, he has helped build important partnerships and maintained rights deals with a number of leagues, including the National Football League and Major League Baseball. He even brought College Football to Fox Sports with “Big Noon Saturday”.
Mulvihill also helped bring “record ratings” to Fox Sports through NFL packages as well as securing the FIFA World Cup coverage for both 2018, 2022, and the upcoming 2026 games. He also oversaw Fox Sports horse racing and led negotiations to bring the Belmont Stakes to the network this year.
Tubi offers an array of Live Sports channels for U.S. households, which can be found on the home screen. There you can find Fox Sports, the NFL Channel, MLB, beIN Sports Xtra, Pac-12 Insider, USA Today SportsWire, Fubo Sports Network, ACC Digital Network, and Real Madrid TV.
The Live Sports channels are available on Amazon Fire, Android, iOS, Cox, Rokue, Xbox, Hisense Tv, Samsung TV, or online at Tubi’s website.