Fox News and CNN have the highest number of paid ad spots per day among all major news networks.
But Fox News’ ad spot is one of the few that is not paid for.
That’s a problem.
The ad that was shown on Fox’s main broadcast station was not an ad.
This ad is the “battleground” ad that is often used by Republican candidates in swing states to try to boost their ratings.
Fox News says it chose to show the ad on its main broadcast channel because it’s not paid to show ads.
The ad also didn’t have any paid content, unlike the one shown on CNN and MSNBC.
CNN and MSNBC do pay for the placement of paid ads on their main broadcast stations, but Fox News isn’t one of them.
The ad on FoxNews.com The ad was shown in the Fox News newsroom at the beginning of Fox’s primary season in 2016.
The ad is about a Republican presidential candidate who is running against the Democratic candidate in an upcoming election, and it features two women who say they are undecided.
“I think I’ll go with Trump,” says one woman.
“I don’t know.
I don’t like Hillary Clinton.
I’ve heard some good things about her,” says another.
(Fox News ad here: http://www.foxnews.com/ad/ad-advertising-stand-advertising/ad177916)The ad is not a paid ad.
The “Battleground Ad” that Fox News used on its prime-time broadcast station in 2016, for example, did not feature a paid sponsor.
This is the second time this year that Fox has shown an ad with no paid content.
In February, Fox aired an ad that included an advertisement from the American Cancer Society, which was not paid.
Fox News and Fox News rival MSNBC have not responded to requests for comment on the ad.
Fox News has been criticized by Democratic leaders for running paid ads during the 2016 election cycle.
Democrats are concerned that ads from a conservative super PAC are hurting the candidates in the GOP primary race, as the super PAC is spending millions on ads attacking Clinton.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton attend the Fox Business Network (CNBC) Republican presidential debate on October 19, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
And Republicans have been concerned about ads from conservative super PACs, as super PACs are spending millions attacking Clinton, including on the presidential campaign trail.
Trump has said that he will spend millions on advertisements attacking Clinton in the general election.
Clinton has not been shy about criticizing Fox News for using paid ads to promote her campaign.
Last week, she told Fox News that the network is “running ads on the air that are just as bad” as the ads from the super PACs that she is facing.
That’s not the only ad on the FoxNews ad.
In the video below, the ad shows a woman sitting in front of a house in the rural Ohio town of Lickington.
This ad was also not sponsored by the American Center for Law and Justice, which is a conservative advocacy group that is targeting Clinton.
(Fox News video here: http://youtu.be/VxV_hvN2L8Q)In February 2016, Fox News also aired a video that showed an ad from the Christian Coalition of North America, which had an ad in front the house in Lickingston.
Both ads had no paid sponsors, which suggests that they were made without the help of Fox News.
(FoxNews video here.