In terms of minutes and views across several platforms, Fox News Digital performed best in July.


NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! During July 2022, Fox News Digital outperformed other leading news brands in all important metrics.

According to Comscore, Fox News Digital finished the month with more than 2.8 billion total multiplatform minutes and 1.4 billion total multiplatform views, topping in both measures.

For the first week since January 2022, Fox News Digital also outperformed The New York Times in terms of multiplatform unique visitors.

According to Emplifi, Fox News maintained its superiority over other news organizations on social media in July with 35.7 million total social engagements, surpassing them for the 95th straight month. Facebook accounted for 17.9 million of such interactions, followed by Instagram with 13.8 million and Twitter with 4 million.

In Multiplatform Minutes, FOX News Digital ends a busy second quarter as the top news brand.
According to Shareablee, Fox News was the biggest news brand on YouTube with over 282 million views, holding the top spot for 18 straight months.

Fox News Digital finished the second quarter of 2022 as the top-performing news organization among multiplatform minutes for the fifth-straight quarter.

For the fourth consecutive month, outperformed CNN Business, generating 156 million multiplatform views. According to Shareablee, FOX Business continued to dominate YouTube in July with over 57.4 million views, an increase of 107% over July 2021. This makes it the most popular business news network for 16 consecutive months.



The U.S. economy officially entering a recession, the shocking murder of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, the attack on Republican Congressman and New York gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin, and the showdown in the Maryland primary elections where Trump-backed Daniel Cox defeated Kelly Schulz, who was supported by outgoing Republican Gov. Larry Hogan, made July 2022 a big month for news.

Along with Ivana Trump’s passing, the awful mass shooting at the Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, Biden’s positive COVID test, and the president’s weird mistaken statement that he had cancer, a lot happened last month.

US President Joe Biden speaks in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, D.C., US.

For the fifth consecutive quarter, Fox News Digital was the best-performing news organization across all platforms at the end of the second quarter of 2022.