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The way America likes to watch TV has been redefined with the fast growth of social media and video streaming platforms, not to forget smartphones and other internet enabled mobile devices. In recent years the digital revolution has transformed the way people consume TV, especially among the Millennials and Gen-Z.

The last few years have transformed the way entertainment is consumed. And while the focus has shifted from cable TV to streaming on various hand-held devices, cable TV still makes up a big part of the life in the U.S. According to a recent study, Americans are now spending only 3 hours on TV per day on average, which has reduced quite a bit in comparison the previous years.

Not only do people like to keep themselves updated with what’s happening around the globe, but want to catch on their favorite TV entertainment via cable and broadcast TV networks. And, as the experience of watching TV via Cable becomes more contemporary with service providers like Cox Communications, it appears unlikely the charm of broadcast and cable TV would die out anytime soon.  

FOX: The 4th Network!

One big reason why broadcast and cable TV networks are still very much watched around the US, is the content showcased by some of the biggest names in the history of TV entertainment. For instance, the Fox Broadcasting Company or FOX, which surfaced back in 1986 as the “fourth network” anticipated to challenge the Big Three (ABC, NBC, CBS).

Although the channel has its headquarters in New York City, most of the network’s programming and operations are handled in Los Angeles and Tempe. It was not long after 1987 that the channel became one of the most popular ones in the industry, with classic favorites such as Married with Children, The Tracey Ullman Show, and the Simpsons. Today, FOX is one of the national favorites, connecting millions of homes to top quality entertainment on different genres, across the U.S.

Besides the flagship property of the Fox Corporation i.e. the Fox Broadcasting Company (FOX), over the years FX, FXM, FOX News, FOX Business, FOX Sports, and FOX Deportes also launched, albeit under a 2019 deal FX and FXM, changed hands and are now owned by The Walt Disney Company.

Cox Cable: Watch FOX with Contour TV

We presume you’ve landed here today because you are a FOX fan and a new Cox Cable subscriber looking to tune into your go-to network. The Cox channel lineup showcases FOX in all its tiers. From Contour TV Starter to Preferred and Ultimate, FOX is included. No matter which tier you are subscribed to, you can easily access all the fun programming offered by Fox on Cox Contour TV. Let us take a look at some of the most exciting features that Cox Contour TV has to offer.

THere is a list of the number of channels that you can find with each Cox TV plan.  

Cox Cable Plan

Max. Channel Count

Contour TV Starter

75

Contour TV Preferred

140

Contour TV Preferred Plus

170

Contour TV Ultimate

250

*Channel availability may vary with location.

What Channel is FOX on Cox Cable?

We understand it’s quite frustrating when it comes to finding the channel numbers because they do not only vary from one cable TV provider to another, but the number changes with your region.

While the Cox Smart Program Guide gives you great ways of accessing your go-to-networks quick and easy, it does take some time to learn the ropes with any new digital interface, especially for the less tech savvy. So here we are with a listing of FOX channel number on Cox Cable in markets across its service states. If however, you don’t find your hometown listed below, you can always check here. In the top right hand corner of the web page, select your location, and run a search either by city/state or ZIP code. 

City/State

 

Fox Channel#  

Phoenix, Arizona

10

Fort Smith, Arkansas

12

San Diego, California

5

East Hartford, Connecticut

6

Fort Walton Beach, Florida

10

Centerville, Georgia

2

Bellevue, Idaho

6

Carter Lake, Iowa

10

Wichita, Kansas

4

New Orleans, Louisiana

9

Holland, Massachusetts

4

Omaha, Nebraska

10

Las Vegas, Nevada

5

Knotts Island, North Carolina

14

Cleveland, Ohio

8

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

12

East Providence, Rhode Island

11

Virginia Beach, Virginia

14

Enjoy FOX Programming to Your Heart’s Content with Cox Cable

With popular TV shows of all times, animation, live-action, comedy, drama, non-scripted/Reality, kids programming and much more, FOX has captivated the audience for a good part of its 35 years in existence.

While FOX has an impressive listing of original programming to its credit, here are some of the timeless classics that you can enjoy with this channel.

Animation

 

Unscripted/Reality

Drama

Comedy

  • The Simpsons
  • Family Guy
  • The Great North
  • HouseBroken
  • Bob’s Burgers
  • Lego Masters
  • Hell’s Kitchen
  • Beat Shazam
  • Crime Scene Kitchen
  • Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars
  • 911: Lone Star
  • The Cleaning Lady
  • Accused
  • Alert: Missing Persons Unit
  • Call me Kat
  • Last Man Standing
  • The Moodys
  • Let’s Be Real

 

The Endnote

With the channel number for FOX handy, you can now tune into your favorites on the channel without having to go through the hassle of searching for it in the long listing of Cox channels via the on-screen guide.

However, as a Starter TV user is you find your lineup too limited, you can always upgrade your plan to a higher tier of service. Also, there are is a variety of mini channel packs on offer from Cox Cable, which you can add-on to customize your subscribed lineup. For an upgrade or to subscribe to an add-on you can always contact Cox Customer Service at 1-855-349-9316. Spanish users can call at: +1-844-520-8979 or visit Cox Servicio al Cliente

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What channel is FOX on Cox Cable in San Diego?

Tune into channel 5 for FOX on Cox Cable in San Diego.

What channel is FOX on Cox Contour TV?

Cox Contour channel numbers vary from one area to another. Usually, it is different in different states. To learn about the channel number in your area, read our article, or check out the Cox on-screen program guide.