As of 2011, some companies that advertise on Glenn Beck's show include News Corp, for its Fox News' Special Report with Bret Baier, MySolarBackup.com, Publishers Clearing House, ChristianMingle.com and IRSTaxAgreements.com. In 2009, more than 100 sponsors dropped their ads from Beck's time slot on Fox News after Beck called President Obama a racist who hates white people. By late 2010, nearly 300 advertisers removed their ads.Continue Reading
The Glenn Beck television show originally aired on CNN Headline News from 2006 to 2009. It was picked up by Fox News in 2009 and dropped in June of 2011. Beck then created an online-only network to host his show, which is called TheBlaze.
Some of the advertisers that dropped their ads included Walmart, Best Buy, Travelocity, Verizon Wireless and Geico. Fox News also had difficulty promoting its own shows during Beck's time slot. The company claimed it lost no revenue from the boycott, as advertisers simply moved their ads to other shows. However, UPS temporarily removed all its ads from the channel.
As of 2015, TheBlaze television network is available through satellite service Dish Network, Roku, SkyAngel, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Play, various regional cable providers, and via streaming from the online site.Learn more about Advertising