ESPN has ranked conservative websites for the first time since the 2016 election.
The company announced the ranking today, saying it had noticed a decline in conservative websites.
“The trend is unmistakable: The Trump administration is not interested in helping conservatives build an alternative,” the company wrote.
“It is not building an alternative, it is taking it from them.”
The rankings are based on a combination of social media, keyword data, data from Google Trends and other data.
They include sites that have been ranked among the top 200 for the past five years.
It’s the first ranking from ESPN in the political space.
The site has a wide reach, covering a wide range of conservative news and opinion.
The sites include Breitbart News, which has a strong following among conservative voters; Breitbart News Daily, a news website; The Daily Signal, which is a conservative website and has been in business for a decade; RedState, which publishes a wide array of conservative and libertarian ideas; and RedState.com, which hosts an archive of conservative political content.
“We’re very proud to have reached the top of the conservative landscape for the most part,” ESPN VP of Content and Branding Kevin O’Neill said in a statement.
“In the process, we’re seeing a number of new conservative voices taking center stage.
We believe our analysis of this data shows that our audience is growing, as well.
We know our audience’s appetite for conservative content is still there, but we’re working to build a broad base of platforms and content to support it.”
The company also announced it would continue to work with prominent conservatives and conservatives to ensure their voices are heard.
“As the conservative movement moves to the mainstream, we will continue to build our platform and our brand, both at ESPN and elsewhere,” O’Neil said.
“This is a testament to our commitment to our conservative community and the dedication of our leadership, and the power of a team of committed writers and editors.”
The CNN network has also been working to support the conservative news media.
CNN said it will host a panel discussion with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt on Feb. 16 at 6 p.m.
ET on the network’s website.
CNN’s chief political correspondent, Don Lemon, will host an interview with conservative commentator Ann Coulter at 2 p. m.
The network also announced a $20 million investment in a new network to promote conservative ideas and voices.