About Us

Fox Television Stations, LLC, operates a group of news and entertainment websites on behalf of their owned and operated television stations. We are one of the nation's largest owned-and-operated network broadcast groups, comprising 28 stations in 17 markets and covering over 37% of U.S. television homes. This includes seven duopolies in the top 10 markets: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, Washington, D.C. and Houston; as well as duopolies in Minneapolis, Phoenix, and Orlando.

Contact Us

FOX Television Center
1999 S. Bundy Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90025

Main: 310-584-2000
Newsroom: 310-584-2025

Additional phone numbers and station information can be found here.

Send us a news tip

Have a news tip? Please let us know! Call the newsdesk at 310-584-2025 or send us an email at fox11news@fox.com

Text Polls Terms

FOX 11 will sometimes pose on-air questions to our viewers to get your thoughts on different issues, and we reveal the results of our polls on-air or online. You will be asked to "Text to Vote". When you do, the following terms and conditions apply.

Getting Clips Of Our Broadcast

This website regularly features the top news and entertainment stories and videos from the Los Angeles metropolitan area on-demand. Here's how to find those videos.

Public Service Announcements (PSA's)

The FOX 11 and My13 offers free air time for Public Service Announcements to qualifying non-profit organizations that provide a service to the community in the areas of health, education, welfare, charity, culture, and safety. Call our station and speak to our Human Resources department for more information on PSAs at 314-584-0000.

Public File Inspection

A portion of our public inspection file is now available at the FCC Website. The portions of the public file that are now available online are not available for inspection at the station.

Closed Captioning

If you are having trouble with closed captioning, here are the names and telephone numbers, fax numbers, and e-mail addresses for purposes of receiving and responding immediately to any closed captioning concerns.

EEO Report / Public File

According to the rules of the FCC, all broadcast stations must maintain in their public file and on their website a report concerning their compliance with the FCC's policy on Equal Employment Opportunities. Click here for more information.