When Disney’s Fox Entertainment goes public, Fox News goes berserk
Fox News has a problem.
And it has to do with its audience.
As The Wall Street Journal notes, Fox Sports is the most popular cable channel in the United States, with 2.5 million subscribers, but those numbers are only the tip of the iceberg.
Fox Sports has been a major player in American media for decades, and as The Wall St Journal points out, it has been at the forefront of the news business for decades.
But Fox has always been a target of a growing chorus of critics and advertisers, who argue that Fox has become an increasingly partisan outlet.
In a sign of this growing divide, Fox has recently begun to shift toward a less partisan narrative as it tries to navigate a growing divide between the right and the left in the media.
Fox News, which has long been the dominant news network, has become more partisan and even hostile to the left.
And, of course, it’s now been the target of an aggressive campaign to undermine its ratings and profitability.
But it’s the political polarization that has become the real problem.
While the Fox News channel has always focused on conservative issues, it now has become increasingly conservative in its coverage of politics.
This is particularly apparent in Fox’s coverage of the presidential race, as it now regularly devotes more space to attacking Hillary Clinton and her campaign than it does to covering the election in general.
While Fox News may still have the most loyal and ardent audience, the fact that it’s becoming more partisan in its politics and attacks on Clinton is a sign that its viewers have begun to tune out.
The problem is that this growing political polarization is only getting worse.
Fox has been trying to move away from its core conservative message, which it was able to do in the 1980s with the “War on Poverty,” and instead has moved to a more liberal political stance, which is why it’s such a big hit among young conservatives.
And as The Washington Post points out that “Fox News is becoming a vehicle for the conservative movement, as well as the mainstream left.”
The fact that Fox News is now shifting away from the conservative message is also why many of its advertisers have been so skeptical of its ability to succeed as a news channel.
The advertisers that are left with money are likely to be the ones that want Fox News to continue to be a major part of their media viewing.
That means Fox News must become a much more centrist and left-leaning news source, and in that respect, it is starting to.
And the reason for that is that Fox is not the only outlet that has to change.
A growing number of news organizations have also been trying and failing to do the same thing.
Some of these outlets, like The New York Times and The Washington Times, have tried to make their news more diverse and balanced, while others, like CNN, have focused on the very conservative and extreme elements of their audience.
Meanwhile, some news organizations, like MSNBC, have made some progress in changing their editorial direction and shifting away more toward more mainstream news.
But they’re still trying to maintain their core conservative audience.
Fox’s decision to move more left has created a massive opportunity for competitors, who can offer their viewers more diverse news coverage.
While other news outlets, including CNN and The Associated Press, are moving away from conservative politics, Fox still has to compete.
And to compete, it needs to be able to reach the broadest possible audience, including the ones who already tune in.
As the Wall Street Review points out: Fox is now attempting to achieve this goal by offering viewers more options than ever before, by embracing more left-wing political commentary and by turning Fox News into a platform for more ideologically diverse news.
The reality is that the news content that Fox now offers its viewers is more centrist, but it is also more biased.
The fact is that news programming and editorial is increasingly dominated by a very narrow political, social and ideological group, the news organizations.
While that’s an important distinction, the reality is a lot of the conservative news that Fox viewers consume is left-biased.
And that’s one of the reasons that many Fox viewers have found it hard to change their tune.
Fox, on the other hand, has a unique opportunity to move beyond the left-right divide and to be more conservative.
It’s going to have to change the way it presents news and to do that, it must take a very different stance on certain issues.
Fox is also going to need to invest more in its news organization, because the market for news is so crowded.
While there are a number of outlets that offer more conservative coverage than Fox, the majority of those outlets are now owned by larger companies and have more political and ideological leanings.
These are the kinds of companies that would want to work with Fox.
So Fox has a chance to change its course.
Fox could start offering news that is more in-depth, that is better informed