The NFL Network has had a busy year for advertisers.
With its coverage of the Super Bowl, the NFL’s first in six years, and a new partnership with the UFC, the network’s revenues were up 10% from last year.
But in recent weeks, it has been hit with a barrage of criticism from some advertisers over its handling of the fallout from the sexual assault allegations against Brett Favre.
Fox Sports has been under fire for the past several weeks, particularly from some prominent advertisers, as it has repeatedly refused to acknowledge that the network has been paying its own expenses to cover the fallout of the scandal.
Now, Fox Sports executives are set to face scrutiny from the New York State attorney general over their handling of that issue.
In a statement on Monday, Fox said it “has not paid for any of the networks costs related to the investigation of the NFL.
The NFL has provided all of its financial information to Fox, including its financials for the first seven months of the fiscal year in which the NFL was in the midst of a national scandal.
Fox has provided Fox with detailed information regarding the network s financials and expenses for each quarter during the year, which is why the network is entitled to receive and use the financial information.
Fox also provided Fox News with information regarding any additional expenses related to covering the investigation.”
A statement from the attorney general’s office on Tuesday stated that the NFL has asked Fox to provide it with all information necessary to determine the extent to which the network failed to follow its own internal reporting guidelines and to determine whether the network may have violated the state of New Yorks public trust and privacy laws by withholding certain information from the commissioner.
The statement added that the AGs office will consider whether the NFL should be criminally or civilly liable for the allegations made against it.
Fox has previously said that the allegations against Favre were false and that Fox has not been paid for the work it has done in covering the scandal, despite having a legal obligation to pay its own legal fees.
The network has repeatedly said that it does not know what the extent of the expenses are, and whether any of them are related to coverage of any of its programs.
Fox’s statement on Tuesday also said that while the network will not comment further on the matter until an investigation is completed, it will not be providing any additional information at this time.
It also said the network did not provide any additional details on its coverage.