Fox News has an online ad campaign aimed at helping viewers make more money.
The program has been running for several weeks on the network, offering people the chance to earn extra money for watching Fox News by buying a digital subscription.
Fox News has been offering a new digital ad campaign called “Make Money on the Fox News Network” for several months now.
The ad campaign, which has aired on Fox and CNN, has seen an impressive growth in viewership and revenue over the past several months.
This month alone, the program’s ad spend on digital alone grew nearly 40 percent from a year ago, according to a Fox News blog post.
It is unclear how much advertising has been purchased in this campaign.
A Fox News spokesperson said the network has not been able to confirm that sales of digital subscriptions have spiked since the campaign began.
The spokesperson added that the network does not disclose revenue figures for digital, but did say that advertisers have purchased nearly 2.7 million digital subscriptions.
The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Huffington Post.
The digital campaign was launched with a bang on Monday, with the network posting a new ad that showed clips from the Fox news network’s flagship program, The Five.
The new ad is similar to the ones that have aired before, but the clip was altered to highlight the new ad campaign and offer viewers a chance to get more for their Fox News subscription.
Fox News is the largest cable network in the United States, and is widely viewed as the most accurate news outlet on the internet.
The network has recently begun airing its own political commentary, with Tucker Carlson, Bill O’Reilly and other top personalities hosting nightly programs on Fox.
Fox has also shown a strong interest in digital media, having launched a new mobile ad campaign in early January aimed at boosting its online reach.