The Fox News Channel and the Cartoon Network have announced they are partnering to create a new Chinese cartoon character.
The new Fox character will feature a cartoon fox that will appear on the network’s website, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Fox has previously produced several Chinese-themed cartoon characters including an animated character of Chinese President Xi Jinping, who was featured in the 2012 movie “Xiao Tiananmen,” which was released in China.
The Fox News website features an interactive Chinese cartoon show called “Fox & Me.”
Fox has also produced Chinese-language content, including an interactive video game, and produced a Chinese animated TV series, “Foxbots.”
The Fox character, who will appear in the Fox News channel’s logo, is said to be based on the Fox Broadcasting Company (FOX) CEO Bill Shine.
Fox is a cable news network that was purchased by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation in 2014.
The network is a division of 21st Century Fox.
Fox said it would work with the Chinese Animation Association (CAIA) to create the new character.
Fox CEO Bill O’Reilly and his wife, Jodi, have previously said that the new Fox cartoon character will be based around the idea of a “family friendly” character that is “unapologetically American.”
Fox also has created a Chinese-inspired version of its popular cartoon series, and has created other popular characters.