Which media companies are losing the most from fake news?

The Hill’s Editorial Board, the nation’s largest news organization, has released its 2016 ranking of the nation’ts most-trusted online media sources.

The media industry has long maintained a reputation as a source of trustworthy news, but the list of sources that have suffered most from the spread of fake news is growing.

For the first time in the company’s history, the top three sources have all lost money, while the number of sources falling below average fell by three.

For a few years now, news organizations have struggled to maintain a high quality, so their competitors have tried to capitalize on the issue by increasing the volume and quality of their content.

But it’s clear that the online news landscape is not immune to the spread, and the industry is at a tipping point.

The problem is not limited to just the media.

Some online news providers are losing money.

For example, News Corp., a subsidiary of News Corp. parent News Corp Inc., posted a $3.7 billion loss for 2016.

News Corp.’s stock is up about 11 percent in 2017, but its share price is down $3 per share.

The company has also been losing money since President Donald Trump took office, when it posted a loss of $2.2 billion.

It lost more than $200 million in the last quarter of 2016.

The news division of Amazon, a company that was founded in 1999, posted a net loss of more than a billion dollars for 2016, though it is up by nearly 2,000 percent since then.

In 2016, the company spent more than 20 billion dollars on content, advertising, and promotion, according to company filings.

In contrast, Facebook, which is owned by Facebook Inc., saw its net loss grow to nearly $1 billion in 2016.

In 2015, Facebook announced a $1.5 billion loss, but that figure has not been updated since.

The lack of a long-term plan to address fake news has contributed to a loss for the majority of media companies.

Some media companies have taken steps to combat the problem, but it is still unclear if they have succeeded.

Many of the major news organizations, such as CNN, BuzzFeed, and The New York Times, have been actively addressing the problem.

CNN CEO Jeff Zucker told investors in January that the company would spend $3 billion to develop a better algorithm to spot fake news in the future.

The Associated Press reported last year that the news organization had created a new program called Disconnect, which will use machine learning to detect fake news on social media and monitor the posts.

But even though CNN has been actively tackling the problem of fake content, the news division’s revenue has been flat for the past two years.

According to a 2016 report from Media Matters, the number one source of revenue for news organizations is subscriptions, and for the second year in a row, the largest source of subscribers dropped to just $1,000.

Other news organizations that have seen revenue decrease include The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, BuzzFeed and The Verge.

Other digital news platforms, such to Vox Media, have also reported declines in revenue.

Vox Media has reported an 8 percent decline in revenues from 2016 to 2017.

The decline has been largely driven by the increase in the number and volume of subscriptions that people are subscribing to the platform, which has been a huge part of the companys success.