Sean Hannity Bleeds Advertisers Following Roy Moore Segment
His prime time show has lost 11 corporate sponsors in total.
Sean Hannity is continuing to lose advertisers en masse after running a segment last week in which he questioned the motives of women who have come forward to detail allegations of sexual harassment against powerful men — including Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
The Wrap notes that multiple companies, including Hebrew National, Volvo, Hubble Contacts, Reddi Wip, 23andMe, Nature’s Bounty, Keurig, realtor.com and Eloquii have all withdrawn ads from Hannity’s Fox News show. HelloFresh and TripAdvisor also posted statements to Twitter that any of their ads run during his primetime spot were done in “error.”
Watch Hannity’s segment in the video clip above, and take a look below at some of the advertiser statements.
Hi Ali –
We removed Hannity from our advertising plans. We will be sure to provide your feedback with our team. Our advertising is not intended to be an endorsement of or sponsorship of any particular program. Thank you.
— Hebrew National (@HebrewNational) November 13, 2017
Hi – We removed Hannity from our advertising plans. We will share your feedback with our team. Thank you.
— Reddi Wip (@RealReddiWip) November 13, 2017
Another. @HelloFresh suggests any ads that ran on Hannity’s show were run in error. They are working with media buyer to rectify. Excellent work all and kudos to @JordanUhl. Onward! pic.twitter.com/NClbZUyjRO
— Angelo Carusone (@GoAngelo) November 13, 2017
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