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Turner South debuted in 1999, as a regional entertainment network developed especially for viewers in the southern U.S., owned by Turner Broadcasting System, a division of Time Warner, with programming carried by television providers exclusively in the southern U.S.
In May 2004, News Corporation acquired Turner South, and rebranded the network as "SportSouth" that October (a name also used by an unrelated network launched in 1990 by Turner Broadcasting System and sold to News Corporation in 1996 to become Fox Sports South); as a result, the channel dropped all non-sports programming from its schedule and became strictly a regional sports network.
Fox Sports Southeast
In Aug 24, 2015, Fox announced that SportSouth will operate under a new name called FOX Sports Southeast effective on October 5th.