In a sign of the growing influence of Fox News, the network is pushing back with its own ad buy.
Fox News has been pushing a $3.5 million ad buy on its “Warwick” reality show, and the cable network is putting up a fight.
“Warburg” is a reality show about a family of super-wealthy war criminals.
The show has been a hit on cable news and other networks, but Fox News isn’t interested in airing the show in its prime time timeslot.
Fox has pushed back against the ad buy, and on Monday Fox News announced it will run its own ads for the show.
The network will run a total of 10 spots over the course of three weeks, and Fox News will run two spots a week over the next three weeks.
“We will run these ads on the air, but we will not air them on the Fox News app, which we think is a mistake,” said Fox News Chief Marketing Officer Mark Greenberg.
“I would not recommend that anyone use Fox News for anything other than watching the most important shows on television.”
The network is calling its ads “fair use,” which means they don’t infringe on the copyrights of other content owners, and they are allowed to run on Fox News apps.
It also says that it doesn’t plan to pull any ads from “Warringtons” app or its sister site, “Warriors” app.
Fox says it’s still developing a strategy for its ads, but it’s expected to air them in the coming weeks.