FOX SPORTS has been making money online since 2012, and it’s made the biggest splash of them all.
The company’s ad exchange program, which allows advertisers to share their ads across the Fox Sports website, has seen its revenue jump from $1.1 billion in 2012 to $2.5 billion in 2016.
Ad revenue from this exchange program has risen by 40 percent since the program’s inception.
According to Fox Sports CEO Kevin Reilly, the exchange program helps the company grow its online advertising sales.
“With the growth of our ad marketplace, we’ve seen an exponential increase in revenue for the Fox sports brands.
It’s just a testament to the success of our business model,” Reilly said in a statement.
Fox Sports has also seen a spike in ad clicks, which are essentially digital ad clicks.
It currently has the fourth-largest ad click rate in the world, according to Nielsen.
Fox is also getting more ad revenue from its digital advertising partners, with its ad exchange partners adding nearly $300 million to the company’s total revenue from ad sales last year.
As of today, Fox Sports is one of the top 100 most-trafficked online channels on Facebook, according the research firm.
It also has the sixth-most shares on Twitter.