Fox Sports’ new Media Bias Chart ranks all the news organizations that use a form of bias analysis in their coverage of the news.
The chart, which was designed by the media company and its partners at FiveThirtyEight, ranks each media organization on a scale of 0 to 10, based on how much bias it uses.
For instance, Fox News uses a 0.7 scale, which is the most bias-filled news organization.
This is the first time FiveThirtyEyes has looked at the top 20 media companies in this data set.
Media Bias is an online resource that gives you an idea of how much money the media has made from reporting on the news and how much the public has been hurt by the coverage.
The chart looks at all of the outlets that have paid out money for bias analysis or have published news stories that make the news seem biased, from outlets like Fox News, to The New York Times and The Washington Post.
You can see the full list of media bias metrics here.
Read more Fox News and FiveThirty Eight released a video today highlighting the news outlets that use the most “bias” and “fake news” content.
The video, titled The News That Matters, features clips of Fox News employees discussing topics like the Trump administration’s health care bill and the ongoing Russia investigation.
You can also see footage of Fox executives discussing topics such as the “fake media” and the “political echo chamber.”
The video ends with a montage of clips of clips from various news outlets from the past year, including a segment from the Fox News website on March 7.
Fox News did not immediately respond to a request for comment about how much it has paid for the bias analysis.
The Fox News video is the latest in a series of videos highlighting the biases of various media outlets.
On Monday, the news outlet released a study that found that the number of people in the United States who have never heard of the United Kingdom’s Great Britain First party, which has called for an end to immigration from the country, is significantly higher than that of the U.K. as a whole.
Fox News has also been accused of pushing fake news stories to get clicks.