Fox News is still number one. In April, Fox News Digital beat out all other competing multiplatform news outlets in total multiplatform minutes. According to Comscore, Fox News Digital pulled in more than 3.5 billion multiplatform minutes,
Fox News reports:
The month also saw over 89 million total multiplatform unique visitors and nearly 1.7 billion total multiplatform views for Fox News Digital, surpassing the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, NBCNews.com, and ABCNews.com.
Fox News Digital saw a month-over-month traffic increase across total multiplatform minutes and also tallied 7.4 million unique visitors in April for the FOX News Mobile App.
It also marks the 80th straight month that Fox News Digital has been the most engaged news brand on social media. Fox News was the top performer in Facebook and Instagram interactions among news competitors, with over 33 million Facebook interactions and 19 million Instagram interactions, according to Socialbakers.
FOX News also reigned as the top news outlet in YouTube video views, with over 240 million views, up 54 percent versus the prior month and nearly 5 percent compared to last year.
This is the second month in a row that Fox has beat out liberal news competitor CNN. Since Trump left the White House CNN has been bleeding viewers, it’s no surprise considering how obsessed the network was with constantly attacking the former president. However, now with Trump out of the public eye, the network has had to scramble to villainize other conservatives yet haven’t fallen short of finding one that brings in the same viewers as years past.