The most popular new streaming media site has more than 3.5 million subscribers, according to data compiled by Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Fox News Live has about 1.4 million subscribers.
Bloomberg reported Tuesday that The Verge was second, behind Amazon Prime Video, with 1.3 million subscribers and YouTube with 775,000 subscribers.
The data was gathered using a new measurement called Total Subscriber Base (TSB), which measures total concurrent users.
The service uses a mix of ad revenue from ad-supported apps, like the Play Store, YouTube and YouTube TV, to generate revenue from paid subscriptions.
TSB is measured by the number of users watching a particular video, rather than the number that have subscribed to the service.
A total of 3.4 billion people have subscribed for the service, with an average monthly price of $3.99.
The company has a total of 11 million subscribers on average, according the data.
The new service launched in January and was the first of a slew of digital streaming services that will be available in the U.S. in the next few months.