Which is better for your news: the AP, CBS, ABC or Fox?
The Associated Press, CBS News and ABC have the biggest reach, according to the latest AP Digital Index.
That’s because they’re the only ones that have their own digital-news channels.
The AP, which is the largest newspaper in the United States, has more than 40 digital channels and digital editions.
It is also the most popular source of digital news, with more than 3.3 million subscribers, according a survey released last month by Pew Research Center.
“Our digital platform is strong, it is growing and it’s getting bigger,” AP CEO and president Michael Clemente said in a statement.
“We continue to be honored to be the leader in digital news.”
The AP is also home to the CBS News digital channel, which has more viewers than the entire ABC news network combined.
CBS, the fourth largest newspaper, is second in the Digital Index with 2.2 million subscribers.
Fox, which also has the largest print circulation in the U.S., has 1.5 million subscribers and is second to the AP in the digital-sport index.
The AP’s digital reach is dwarfed by that of the CBS, but the news organization has grown steadily in the past decade and is one of the few newspapers that still operates traditional print newspapers.
The AP still has the biggest digital footprint in the country, at about 3.5 billion page views per month.
The CBS and ABC also have huge digital platforms, with almost 3.7 billion pageviews per month, according the Pew survey.
“This is not an apples-to-apples comparison, but we see a clear and growing digital divide between the two networks,” said Emily Brown, president of digital at the liberal Center for American Progress.
The CBS News platform is smaller than the AP’s, but it’s growing rapidly.
It now has more readers than all of the print news outlets combined.
The Fox News digital platform, on the other hand, is smaller and less active than the others.
The Fox News Digital platform has more subscribers than all the other print news networks combined.