Fox News is reporting that a Fox News reporter has received a letter from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) informing her that she must cease using her personal Fox News account or she will lose her direct outsource Fox News service.
The FAA letter states that the network has suspended the Fox News channel and that it is terminating all its services outbound.
Fox News has stated that it will remain a private channel.
According to the letter, the network will no longer provide access to the Fox Network Outreach, which provides daily and seasonal programming for Fox News viewers.
“We understand your desire to be a free speech advocate and we regret the disruption caused by the cancellation of your personal Fox Business network and other Fox News channels,” the letter reads.
Fox News’ Outreach is an online service that allows subscribers to receive content and access to other channels from a single address.
On Friday, Fox News posted a statement on its website, which read:”We are very disappointed by the FAA’s decision.
It’s clear that the FCC is going after Fox News, but we’re also very disappointed that the agency chose to target a privately held company, rather than a publicly traded corporation like AT&T.
While we are disappointed in the outcome, we will continue to fight to keep our content and our audience free and open, and to ensure the future of media and freedom of speech.”
The letter does not indicate which Fox News networks will be affected by the move, but Fox News’ Fox Business channel was suspended earlier this month after it was revealed that former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort received $10.6 million in payments from a Ukrainian political party, including $10 million in a single payment.
Manafort was also indicted on charges related to the Ukraine investigation.
A spokesperson for Fox Business said on Friday that it was “not a party to any of the pending criminal investigations.”
“Fox News Channel is a privately owned company and we don’t comment on the pending investigations.
As a result, we have not been able to comment on this,” Fox Business spokesperson Chris Cox told Fox News.
Last month, Fox Business announced that it would be laying off approximately 1,000 employees across the company and said that it plans to make $500 million in revenue from the business over the next three years.