Fox News is a media empire.
It owns networks like Fox News, the world’s most popular cable channel, and dozens of news outlets.
It also owns Fox Business, the network owned by Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox.
It is the most watched news channel in America.
And it is the one where advertisers can make a lot of money.
A handful of media companies have been among the largest contributors to Fox News since it began operating in the early 1980s, and a number of them have become well-known in the industry.
Now, as advertisers spend more and more money on Fox News and its ilk, it’s not surprising that the company is starting to get some of its best ratings.
Fox News has been on the rise for years, with the company’s ratings increasing every year for several years now.
And over the last year, the company has been steadily expanding its reach in the advertising space, increasing its reach through digital and other channels.
Fox’s recent moves have not been without controversy.
In 2015, Fox News was accused of using its platform to promote hate speech against African Americans.
And in January, a federal judge ruled that Fox News had violated the First Amendment by running a program about a Muslim teen, who was killed in a hate crime.
But as advertisers continue to pour in money to Fox, the advertising industry is increasingly interested in how to target their money to the company.
And Fox has some ideas.
According to the research firm Brandwatch, advertisers spent $11.5 billion on Fox in 2016, and the network is expected to spend $8.7 billion in 2019, or about a third of its overall revenue.
For that money, advertisers are looking for Fox’s unique approach to advertising: One where they are getting a chance to get a piece of the action.
A few of the top advertisers who have paid the most to Fox in the last five years are American Express, Chase, McDonalds, Verizon, and Starbucks.
The biggest spenders are the Walt Disney Co., which spent $2.2 billion on advertising on Fox, and Google, which paid $1.3 billion.
These brands are all known for being aggressive spenders.
But they also tend to be smaller brands, which means their brands can’t spend as much on Fox as they might have otherwise.
The big-name brands like Target, Starbucks, and Coca-Cola also spent less than a tenth of what Fox spent on its advertising in the past five years.
The bottom line is that a lot more advertising has been spent on Fox by smaller brands.
The ad spend of small- and medium-sized brands on Fox has decreased from $1 billion to $865 million in the five years since the network started operating.
And that’s been driven by a number a smaller brands that have been the biggest spendters on Fox.
Here’s a look at the top 25 spenders on Fox’s advertising since 2012.
American Express American Express is the top advertiser on Fox and its affiliate channels.
It spent $4.2 million in 2016 on Fox Business and Fox News.
Chase Chase Chase is the third-biggest spender on the network.
It bought $1 million worth of ads on Fox between 2012 and 2016.
McDonalds McDonalds is the second-bigger spender in 2016.
The fast-food chain spent $872,000 on Fox this year.
It had a $1,000,000 ad buy on Fox from 2012 to 2016.
Verizon Verizon spent $1 on Fox last year.
Verizon owns the biggest cable channel in the U.S., and the company also owns the nation’s third-largest satellite TV provider.
It has a $3.5 million ad buy from Fox between 2011 and 2016, according to Brandwatch.
Verizon has paid out nearly $1 in total to Fox Business since 2012, according the Brandwatch report.
Verizon also bought $800,000 worth of ad time from Fox News during the same period.
The carrier also owns NBCUniversal, which owns both Fox News Channel and CNBC.
Chase and Starbucks Starbucks both paid out $1 for a $2 million buy in 2016 from Fox.
Both companies also spent $300,000 last year on Fox ads.
Verizon and McDonalds spent $100,000 each on ads on Comcast-owned CNBC and Fox Business between 2011-2016.
Verizon spent over $300 million on ads for Fox Business in 2016 and more than $1 and $2 billion over the past three years.
Starbucks spent over half a billion dollars on Fox since 2012 and more that $1 a year since then.
Starbucks and American Express spent more than twice as much in ads on cable channels and Fox as on Fox business.
Verizon paid $100 million in ads for advertising on CNBC, Fox Business News, Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2 between 2011 to 2016 and spent more that half a trillion dollars. 12.