The following is the most comprehensive list of Fox advertisers online. Every attempt is made to keep the list as accurate as possible, though some sources used may have contained errors that were not caught when compiling the list and verifying contact information. If you find any errors, please let me know.

1-800-PetMeds
1441 SW 29th Ave
Pompano Beach, FL. 33069
1-800-PetMeds® (1-800-738-6337)
customerservice@1800petmeds.com
Corporate@1800petmeds.com

24 Hour Fitness
PO Box 2689
Carlsbad, CA 92018
(800) 432-6348

https://www.24hourfitness.com/ContactUsFeedbackClub.do

60 Plus
515 King Street, Suite 315
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
(703) 807-2070
(703) 807-2073 fax
info@60plus.org

http://60plus.org/contact.asp

AARP
601 E Street N.W.
Washington, DC 20049
1-888-OUR-AARP
(1-888-687-2277)c http://www.aarp.org/aarp/contact_aarp1/

Accu Chek Aviva (Roche Diagnostics)
1-317-521-7159,
or 1-317-690-9288,

http://www.roche.com/contact_form.htm?subject=Media%20Relations

Acura
1919 Torrance Blvd. M/S 500-2N7E
Torrance, CA 90501-2746
(800) 382-2238
Fax: (310) 783-3535

http://www.acura.com/ClientServices.aspx

Adobe
345 Park Avenue
San Jose, California 95110-2704
408-536-6000
Fax: 408-537-6000

http://www.adobe.com/aboutadobe/contact.html

Advair
GlaxoSmithKline
1-888-825-5249

http://www.advair.com

ADT Security Services, Inc. (Tyco)
Ann Lindstrom
561-988-3258
alindstrom@adt.com

http://adt.com/wps/portal/adt/contact/?wgc=resi-request-info

Aflac
1932 Wynnton Road
Columbus, GA 31999
1-706-323-3431
1-800-992-3522
Fax: 1-800-448-8922

http://www.aflac.com/us/en/Default.aspx

Ally Bank
P.O. Box 951
Horsham, PA 19044
1-313-656-6970
or 1-917-369-2364
customerservice@ally.com

https://chat.ally.com/hc/LPallychat/?cmd=file&file=visitorWantsToChat&site=LPallychat&byhref=1&SESSIONVAR!skill=general-service-english

American Movie Channel
11 Penn Plaza, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10001
(646) 273-7105

http://www.amctv.com/contact.html

Aricept
Eisai Co., Ltd.
100 Tice Blvd.
Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey 07677
1-888-274-2378
1-866-4-Aricept

http://www.Aricept.com

Astra Zeneca
21700 Oxnard Street, Suite 300
Woodland Hills, CA 91367

http://astrazeneca.com/node/emailtriage.aspx

AT & T
32 Avenue of the Americans
New York, NY 10013-2412
National Broadcast Media
Susan Bean
sbean@attnews.us

Avaya
211 Mt. Airy Road
Basking Ridge, NJ 07920
lynnnewman@avaya.com

Avodart
GlaxoSmithKline
1-888-825-5249

http://www.avodart.com

Bankrate.com *
500 US Highway 1
North Palm Beach, FL 33408
561-630-2400

http://www.bankrate.com/coinfo/webmasteremail.asp

Bayer
100 Bayer Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15205-9741

http://www.bayerus.com/contact/i_email.html

Binder & Binder *
Binder & Binder® National Headquarters
33-00 Northern Blvd. Suite 7A
Long Island City, NY 11101
Telephone: 800.742.9696
Fax: 718.512.2424
Questions@BinderandBinder.com
1-800-662-4633

http://binderandbinder.com/contact-binder-and-binder.html

Best Buy
P.O. Box 9312
Minneapolis , MN 55440
1-888-BEST BUY (1-888-237-8289)

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?id=cat12104&type=page

Black & Decker
626 Hanover Pike
Hampstead, MD 21074 USA

http://www.blackanddecker.com/CustomerService/contactus.aspx

BMW
300 Chestnut Ridge Rd.
Woodcliff Lake, NJ 07675
Phone: 201-307-4000
Fax: (201) 307-4095
gabriella.molteni@bmwna.com

http://www.bmwusa.com/Standard/Content/ContactUs/

Boeing
100 North Riverside
Chicago, IL 60606
312-544-2000
wwwmail.boeing2@boeing.com

http://www.boeing.com/contactus.html

Boniva
Roche Laboratories Inc.
340 Kingsland Street
Nutley, New Jersey 07110

http://www.rocheusa.com/contact.html

Bridgestone Tires
535 Marriott Drive
P.O. Box 140990
Nashville, TN 37214-0990
Phone: 615-937-1000
Corporate Directory: 1-800-543-7522

http://www.bridgestonetire.com/Index_BS_EN.aspx?src=contact

Brita Filter
U.S. Headquarters
Brita LP
1221 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94612
1-800-24-BRITA (US)
or 1-800-387-6940 (Canada)

Broadview Security
972-871-3500
8880 Esters Blvd
Irving, TX 75063

http://www.broadviewsecurity-home.com/contactus.htm

Buick
P.O. Box 33136
Detroit, MI 48232-5136
1-800-521-7300

http://www.buick.com/pages/mds/helpcenter/contactUs.do

Bristol-Meyers
345 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10154-0037
info@bristolmeyers.com

Burlington Coat Factory
1830 Route 130
Burlington,NJ 08016

http://www.coat.com/contact/webform1.shtml

Cadillac
P. O. Box 33169
Detroit, MI 48232-5169
1-800-458-8006

http://www.cadillac.com/cadillacjsp/footer/contact_us.jsp

Campbell Soup
Chairman: Harvey Golub
President, CEO, and Director: Douglas R. Conant
SVP, CFO, and Chief Administrative Officer: B. Craig Owens
Campbell Soup Company
1 Campbell Place
Camden, NJ 08103-1799
NJ Tel. 856-342-4800
Toll Free 800-257-8443
Fax 856-342-3878

http://www.campbellsoupcompany.com

Capital One Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 85565
Richmond VA 23285
investor.relations@capitalone.com

http://www.capitalone.com/

Capzasin
Chattem, Inc.
1715 W 38th St
Chattanooga, TN 37409
P.O. Box 2219
Chattanooga, TN 37409-0219
423-821-4571
customer_relations@chattem.com

http://www.chattem.com/contactus.asp

CarsDirect.com *
909 North Sepulveda Blvd. 11th Floor
El Segundo, CA. 90245
1.888.CarsDirect
advisor@carsdirect.com

http://www.carsdirect.com/the_company/contact_us

Celebrity Cruises
1080 Caribbean Way
Miami, FL 33132

https://secure.celebrity.com/contactus/custSvcsForm.do;jsessionid=00001zO9spn5954xC03mTdB9w17:1028etmk3

Centrum
Wyeth Consumer Healthcare
PO Box 26609
Richmond, VA 23261-6609
1-800-322-3129

CheapTickets.com
7 Sylvan Way
Parsippany, NJ 07054

http://www.cheaptickets.com/trs/cheaptickets/content/about_us/contact_us.xsl?suggestion-box-mode=&

Chemistry.com
Match.com, L.L.C.
P.O. Box 25458
Dallas TX 75225
1-866-610-MEET

http://chemistry.com/help/contactform.aspx

Chevrolet
P.O. Box 33170
Detroit, MI 48232-5170
1-800-222-1020

http://www.chevrolet.com/helpcenter/contactus/

Choice Hotels
10750 Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD, 20901
(301) 592-5000

http://www.choicehotels.com/ires/en-US/html/CorporateContacts?sid=aSFRM.qZqSSgG1sM.9

Cingular
Glenridge Highlands Two
5565 Glenridge Connector
Atlanta, GA 30342
olinesrv@attwsbw.entp.attws.com

Clairol
1-800-CLAIROL (1-800-252-4765)

http://clairol.com/ask-clairol/email-us.jsp

Claritin *
Schering Plough Corporation
2000 Galloping Hill Road
Kenilworth, NJ 07033
1-800-CLARITIN

http://www.claritin.com/claritin/home/contact-us.jspa

The Clorox Company
1221 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94612
(510) 271-2230
Donald R. Knauss, Chairman of the Board and CEO
James Weeks, Executive Office Administrator
Executive.Offices@clorox.com

http://www.clorox.com/contact.php

Comcast
One Comcast Center
Philadelphia, PA 19103
215-286-1700
1-800-COMCAST (1-800-266-2278)
esl_corp@cable.comcast.com

http://www.comcast.com/Corporate/Customers/contactus/ContactUs.html

ComData
5301 Maryland Way
Brentwood, TN 37027-5028
1-800-COMDATA (1-800-266-3282)

http://www.comdata.com/forms/contact/contact_us_email_contact.php

Community Financial Services Association of America
515 King Street, Suite 300
Alexandria, VA 22314
Phone: 703-684-1029
Fax: 703-684-1219
cfsa@multistate.com

Conservatives for Patients’ Rights
700 12th Street, NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005
877–330–4CPR
Brian Burgess
703-683-5004

http://www.cprights.org/contact.php

Crest Whitestrips
The Procter & Gamble Company
1 or 2, Procter & Gamble Plaza
Cincinnati, OH 45201
513-983-1100

http://crest.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/crest.cfg/php/enduser/ask.php

Cylapril
Adrenal Fatigue Institute, Inc.
931 Village Blvd Ste 905-75
West Palm Beach, FL 33409
1-888-772-8170
info@adrenalfatigueinstitute.com

https://www.cylapril.com/CustomerService.dtm

Dawn
The Procter & Gamble Company
1 or 2, Procter & Gamble Plaza
Cincinnati, OH 45201
513-983-1100

http://www.dawn-dish.com/en_US/customersupport.do

Dannon
P.O. Box 90296
Allentown, PA 18109-0296
1-877-DANNONUS (1-877-326-6668)

http://www.dannon.com/contact.aspx

Dell
One Dell Way
Round Rock, TX
1-800-624-9897

http://support.dell.com/support/index.aspx?s=gen

Delphi
5725 Delphi Drive
Troy, Michigan 48098-2815
1.888.809.9800
(248) 813-2000
Fax: (248) 813-2673

http://shopdelphi.com/contact/addresses/

Dickensons Witch Hazel *
Dickinson Brands Inc.
31 East High Street
East Hampton, CT 06424
888.860.2279

http://www.dickinsonbrands.com/contact.htm

DirectBuy, Inc.
8450 Broadway
Merrillville, IN 46410
219-736-1100
directbuyfreeoffer.com

Direct TV
P.O. Box 92600
Los Angeles, CA 90009
1-800-531-5000

http://directtv.com/DTVAPP/glb/Form_Feedback.jsp

Ditech *
3200 Park Center Drive, Suite 150
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Ditech.com 1-800-DITECH-3

http://ditech.com/faqs/contactus.html

Dodge
P.O. Box 21-8004
Auburn Hills, MI 48321-8004

http://www.dodge.com/wccsapp/universal/D/index.jsp?appStr=wccs&titleStr=Contact+Dodge&familyStr=brand&franchise=D&actionURL=%2Fwccs%2Fbrand_forms%2Fus%2Fwebform.jsp&promotion=null&category=U

Dr. Blaines *
Blaine Labs
11037 Lockport Place
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670
Phone: 562-906-4477 / 800-307-8818
Fax: 562-906-4467
Sales@BlaineLabs.com

http://www.drblaines.com/contact_us.php

Duracell (Procter & Gamble)
Berkshire Corporate Park
Bethel, CT 06801 U.S.A.
1-800-551-2355
Fax: 1-800-796-4565

http://pggillette.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/pggillette.cfg/php/enduser/std_alp.php?p_pv=1.333&p_prods=333&prod_lvl1=333

Earthlink
1375 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309
404.815.0770
presslink@earthlink.net

http://www.earthlink.net/about/contact/

Edward Jones Investments
P.O. Box 66906
St. Louis, MO 63166-6909

http://www.edwardjones.com/cgi/getHTML.cgi?page=/USA/email/webmaster_usa.html

Eloan.com
6230 Stoneridge Mall Road
Pleasanton, CA 94588
(925) 847-6200
Fax: (925) 847-0831

https://www.eloan.com/s/show/contact?linksrc=hp_bottomnav_contact&sid=NKLrNIEqXtJ6iVTU3beldRU9c-0&user=&mcode=

Enova
c/o ADM KAO LLC
4666 Faries Parkway
Decatur, IL 62526

http://enovaoil.com/about/contact.asp

Fidelity Investments
82 Devonshire Street
Boston, MA 02109-3614

http://personal.fidelity.com/accounts/services/content/sendemailoptions_frame.shtml

Florida Department of Citrus Headquarters
P.O. Box 148
Lakeland, FL 33802
863.499.2500

http://floridajuice.com/contact.php

Ford Motor Company
P.O. Box 6248
Dearborn, MI 48126
800-392-3673
Customer Relationship Center:
crcfmc@ford.com

http://www.ford.com/owner-services/customer-support/contact-ford

Forex.com
US Headquarters:
44 Wall Street, 7th Floor
New York, New York 10005
Corporate Headquaters:
GAIN Capital Group
550 Hills Drive
Bedminster, NJ 07921-1539
(contact#, not headquarters) 1.877.367.3946
info@forex.com

http://www.forex.com/contact_us.html

Franklin Templeton Investments
West Coast:
P.O. Box 997152
Sacramento, CA 95899-7152
East Coast:
P.O. Box 33030
St. Petersburg, FL 33733-8030
800/632-2301

https://www.franklintempleton.com/retail/jsp_cm/global_nav/contact_us/pub/contactus_main_pub.jsp

FreeEnterpriseAmerica.com *

http://www.facebook.com/pages/American-Free-Enterprise/168502789179?ref=m

http://twitter.com/freeenterprise

http://www.linkedin.com/groups?about=&gid=2372450

http://www.freeenterpriseamerica.com/contact-us/

Garlique
Chattem, Inc.
1715 W 38th St,
Chattanooga, TN 37409
P.O. Box 2219
Chattanooga, TN 37409-0219
423-821-4571
customer_relations@chattem.com

http://www.chattem.com/contactus.asp

General Motors
Chairman: Edward E. (Ed) Whitacre Jr.
President, CEO, and Director: Frederick A. (Fritz) Henderson
EVP and CFO: Ray G. Young
300 Renaissance Center
Detroit, MI 48265-3000
Contact Media Relations at 888-436-6687 (h/t sueroegge)
MI Tel. 313-556-5000

http://www.gm.com/utilities/contact_us/contact.jsp?deep=form&advertising

GMC
P.O. BOX 33172
Detroit, MI 48232-5172
1-800-462-8782

http://www.gmc.com/helpcenter/index.jsp?activeTab=CU

Gold Bond
Chattem, Inc.
1715 W 38th St,
Chattanooga, TN 37409
P.O. Box 2219
Chattanooga, TN 37409-0219
423-821-4571
customer_relations@chattem.com

http://www.chattem.com/contactus.asp

Golden Corral
5151 Glenwood Ave
Raleigh, NC 27612
(919)781-9310

http://www.goldencorral.com/contact/

Goldline International, Inc. *
1601 Cloverfield Boulevard
100 South Tower
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Phone: 1-877-376-2646
Fax: 1-310-319-0265
info@goldline.com

http://www.goldline.com/about-goldline/contact-goldline.html

GoToMeeting *
Citrix Online, LLC
1-800-646-0014

http://www.gotomeeting.com

Citrix headquarters
1-888-646-0015

http://www.citrixonline.com/contact.tmpl?SessionInfo=7266311:35CD0276AE80469

HealthMart Pharmacy
One Post Street
San Francisco, CA 94104
415.983.8300
800.369.5467

http://www.healthmart.com/about-contactus.php

Healthy Choice (Conagra Foods)
Corporate Headquarters
ConAgra Foods Inc.
One ConAgra Drive
402-240-4000
800-323-9980

http://www.conagrafoods.com/utilities/contact.jsp

Hefty Bags
Pactiv Corporation
1900 W. Field Court
Lake Forest, IL 60045.
1-888-828-2850 or 847-482-2000.

http://www.pactiv.com/Contact/contact.aspx

The Hertz Corporation
225 Brae Boulevard
Park Ridge, NJ 07656
201-307-2100
investorrelations@hertz.com

Holiday Inn Express
InterContinental Hotels Groups
3 Ravinia Drive Suite 100
Atlanta GA 30346-2149
1 770 604 2000
1 800-315-2621

http://www.ihgplc.com/index.asp?pageid=11

hotels.com (Expedia,Inc.)
425-679-7200
1-800-2hotels
mktgopp@expedia.com

http://overview.expediainc.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=190013&p=irol-contactpr

Hewlett-Packard
3000 Hanover Street
Palo Alto, CA 94304-1185
Phone: (650) 857-1501
Fax: (650) 857-5518

http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/contact/office_locs.html

HSBC Life Insurance
Headquarters (Mettawa, IL)
(224) 544-2000
Public Affairs (New York, NY)
(212) 525-3800

http://www.hsbcusa.com/hsbcusa/abouthsbc/contacthsbc.html?WT.svl=100

Hula Networks
340 East Middlefield Rd.
Mountain View, CA 94043

http://www.hulanetworks.com/contact.html

Hummer
General Motors Corporation
P.O. Box 33170
Detroit, MI 48232-5170
1-800-REAL-4WD (1-800-732-5493)

http://www.hummer.com/hummerjsp/contact/email/index.jsp

Hyatt Corporation
200 W Madison St, 30th Fl.
Chicago, IL 60606-3413

http://www.hyatt.com/corporate/contact/email.jhtml?ssnav=0&pg=contact

Hydrolyze *
Hydroxatone, LLC
302A West 12th St, #276
New York, NY 10014
US & Canada Toll Free: (800) 515-1070
UK Toll Free: 0800-032-6278
All Other Countries: (201) 876-2570
Fax: (201) 876-2501

http://www.hydroleyes.com/contactus.htm

Hyundai
P.O. Box 20850
Fountain Valley, CA 92728-0850
Phone : (800) 633-5151
Fax : (801) 736-3561

http://www.hyundaiusa.com/global/contactus/main.aspx

IAMS
The Procter & Gamble Company
One Procter & Gamble Plaza
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
1-800-675-3849

http://www.iams.com/iams/en_US/jsp/IAMS_Page.jsp?pageID=EUN&_requestid=1816014

Infiniti
P.O. Box 191
Gardena, CA 90248

http://www.infiniti.com/form/0,,action-IContactUs,00.html

Intel
2200 Mission College Blvd.
Santa Clara, CA 95054-1549
(408) 765-8080

http://www.intel.com/feedback.htm?iid=ftr+contact

Jeep / Daimler Chrysler
P.O. Box 21-8004
Auburn Hills, MI 48321-8004
(248) 512 2950
Fax: (248) 512 2912

http://www.jeep.com/wccsapp/universal/J/index.jsp?appStr=wccs&titleStr=Contact+Jeep&familyStr=brand&franchise=J&actionURL=%2Fwccs%2Fbrand_forms%2Fus%2Fwebform.jsp&promotion=null&category=U

Finish Jet Dry (Dishwasher Products)
1-800-228-4722

http://www.finishdishwashing.com/contact-form1.php

John H. Daniel, Custom Tailors
120 W. Jackson Avenue
Knoxville, TN 37902
(865) 637-6441
Fax: (865) 523-6435
jhd@johnhdaniel.com

Kellogg Company
Chairman: James M. (Jim) Jenness
President, CEO, and Director: A. D. David Mackay
EVP, COO, and CFO: John A. Bryant
1 Kellogg Sq.
Battle Creek, MI 49016-3599
Contact media at 800-323-0768 (h/t sueroegge)
MI Tel. 269-961-2000
Toll Free 800-962-1413
Fax 269-961-2871

http://www.kelloggcompany.com/contactus.aspx

Kraft Foods Inc.
Chairman and CEO: Irene B. Rosenfeld
EVP Operations and Business Services: David A. (Dave) Brearton
EVP and CFO: Timothy R. (Tim) McLevish
3 Lakes Dr.
Northfield, IL 60093
IL Tel. 847-646-2000
Fax 847-646-6005

http://www.kraftfoodscompany.com/Contacts/contact-us.aspx

L. L. Bean
Freeport, ME 04033-0001
1-800-441-7513
Fax: 207-552-3080
publicaffairs@llbean.com

http://www.llbean.com/customerService/contactUs/contactUsPhone.html

Laurie Azzano
Public Relations: 415-786-3317
laurie@cosmo-pr.com

Lear Capital, Inc *
1990 S. Bundy Dr., Ste 600
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Phone: 1.800.576.9355
Fax: 310.571.0194
1-800-214-8271

http://www.learcapital.com/about/~Contact%20Information.html

Lee Majors Rechargeable Bionic Hearing Aid
PO Box 2259
Virginia Beach, VA 23450-2259
800-649-4434

https://www.hearingaidtv.com/

https://www.hearingaidtv.com/customerservice.asp

Lending Tree
11115 Rushmore Drive
Charlotte, NC 28277
1-800-555-8733

http://www.lendingtree.com/about-us/contact-us/

LensCrafters, Inc.
4000 Luxottica Place
Mason, OH 45040
513-765-6000

http://www.lenscrafters.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Footer|-1|11151|10051|/LensCrafters/Lens_US/Footer/About/LensCrafters_Footer_About_Contact_Us

Lexus
P.O. Box 2991 – Mail Drop L201
Torrance, CA 90509-2991
Phone: 1-800-255-3987
Fax: 1-310-468-2992

http://www.lexus.com/contact/

Liberty Medical
1-800-296-0720
1-800-695-2500

http://www.libertymedical.com/contact/

Medco Health Solutions, Inc
investor_relations@medco.com
media@medco.com

Liberty Mutual Insurance
Liberty Mutual Group, Inc.
175 Berkeley Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
617-357-9500

http://www.libertymutualgroup.com/omapps/ContentServer?pagename=LMGroup/Views/LMG&ft=3&fid=1138357124082&ln=en

LifeLock *
60 E Rio Salado Pkwy, Ste 400
Tempe, AZ 85281
480-682-5100
Mike Prusinski
VP of Corporate Communications
mike@lifelock.com
marketing@lifelock.com

http://www.lifelock.com/about-us/about-lifelock/contact-us

Lincoln-Mercury
P.O. Box 1304
Dearborn, MI 48121

http://www.customersaskford.com/Kate/crc_frame.asp?launchsite=mercury

Lipitor (Pfizer, Inc.)
235 East 42nd Street
NY, NY 10017
(212) 573-2323

http://www.pfizer.com/contact/mail_general.jsp

Lowe’s
Hwy 268 East P.O. Box 111
North Wilkesboro, NC 28656-0001
704-758-2910
investorrelations@lowes.com

Lunesta
Sepracor Corporate Headquarters
84 Waterford Drive
Marlborough, MA 01752
info@sepracor.com
(508) 481-6700

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182 Responses to “Fox Sponsors A – L”

  1. This is an excellent resource. I am planning to use the information to form a campaign against FoxNews. FoxNews may be powerful but htey are funded directly by the people. If they lose this funding, FoxNews will have no choice but to respond.

    • Karen Price says:

      I can afford to NOT shop at Wal mart. I’ve instructed my children that we do not support slave labor and business’ that hurt our community, if we can help it. They are not allowed to go into Wal Mart and when they get older and leave the house I will give them the extra money they may need to purchase their needs locally. ( probably an extra 10 or 20 bucks). I will do my best to boycott these business if I can. For instance I need to buy my daughter a computer for college in a year or so and Im guessing it will not be a Dell. I will write Dell and tell them that even though my first computer was a Dell because of their affiliation with FOX News, I’ll take my business elsewhere.

      • Carlo nees says:

        Where is a concise, A to Z list that can be mailed around?

        • I trust Fox news,and Jesus Christ. I shop at Walmart sometimes, I own dell stuff, I don’t trust nbc,cbs or abc or people that do. I’m older than most of you and I know what it takes to maintain life and security.
          Too bad you are so unhappy with your life. Chill, and stop trying to convince others to be like you.
          ~~~~~ROMNEY FOR PRESIDENT~~~

          • Linda Blevins says:

            Bart, I do trust NBC and ABC. They actually report the news–not just give commentary. In all fairness, Fox doesn’t employ educated newsmen. They employ personalities with a particular bias–Republican. If you want to continue to delude yourself listening to their rhetoric that’s your business but I’m old and demand more journalistic credibility.

          • Jeff Hagelberg says:

            Anyone that trust Fox News is simply un-informed, it amazes me to see how many people choose to bury their head in the sand and not do any of the research them- selves. It is so clear to anyone that is educated, that Fox only delivers only opinions and dis-information. Where are all the real America’s?

      • laurie steele says:

        i too, never shop walmart. and i also plan on emailing those on the list that i would shop, but will not anymore.

  2. You have got to be kidding! This is a joke, right? FOX has too many sponsors to be hurt and no one can boycott all. Who can afford to never shop at Wal Mart? Who can afford to switch any company if it is going to cost them more directly that they cannot afford?

    However, being more realistic: SIMPLY VOTE ALWAYS FOR THE ABSOLUTE POOREST CANDIDATE. Thereby you can always be certain of not voting for a candidate who is owned by the corporations.

    Let the corporations waste their profits on FOX and by default candidates who thereby lose and the corporations lose their political power in turn. This is much easier than ineffectively boycotting a few sponsors with no hope of making a real dent in the political outcome.

    • (1) You don’t personally have to boycott everybody on the list, but when you have a choice, if you care, you chose a different product. Overall, I believe that’s the point of the list and to also allow you to notify your favorite manufacturers (and Fox) that when you have a choice, you’ll chose a competitors product.

      (2) As far a Wal Mart goes, I never shop there and never have. And, I’d argue that I can get just as good a price somewhere else. Additionally, I don’t overconsume. I’d rather have one higher quality, higher priced item than five lower quality, cheaper priced items. I’m sure there are some people that have no other choice than Wal Mart, but that is not the vast majority of consumers. It seems, to me at least, that many people have become overconsumers and Wal Mart et al cater to that mentality.

      • I have not stepped into a walmart for years.
        I’m quite pleased with that, the place sucks anyhow. I can afford to shop somewhere else.

        • No responsible American shops at Walmart! When a corporation does not conduct it’s self in a responsible manor, the ONLY way to punish them , is to withhold your support of them. that is the ONLY language they understand. I am so tired of hearing LAZY Americans whine that they Just can’t Blah,blah,blah. Walmart IS NOT YOUR FRIEND!!!

          • While I’m completely in agreement with the heart of what you’re saying, I’d ask you (at a crucial juncture in political opportunity) to avoid saying things like, “no responsible American shops at Walmart.” There are many people, esp. in small towns, that have little to no concept of the ideas that we’re discussing here. And really, even if they did…well, show a little empathy until you’ve walked the 25 miles between their abandoned downtown and the nearest Walmart (i.e. sign of life).

          • astuartgirl says:

            Nicely put, Eliza.

          • WalMart killed their small main street, put many local families out of business effectively turning successful small business owners (for which the Republicans swear their alleged love) into minimum wage, bordering on poverty, WalMart employees. Over and over I have seen competitive pricing research that shows that there is virtually no difference between Walmart, Kmart, Target, and any warehouse grocery store. They all do matching prices… they all do coupons… No one has to shop at only one store… Yes there are people who live far away from any significant shopping areas… but they often have chosen to live in bony-ville ranches in Montana. Not being a jerk… but there is competition all over the country. Be smart about where you spend your money…

    • Two things: I agree it’s a daunting task, one I’m just beginning myself, but to say boycotting these companies is ineffective is just an echo of the commonly-held belief that one person cannot make a difference. People, have some common sense and understand that you need to get out there and advertise (no pun intended), to your friends and others, the fact that you’re boycotting companies for their irresponsible support of big-blowhard-network-calling-itself-a-news-channel. That’s how you gather momentum. Second point: I agree about voting, as that’s the official channel to register your political beliefs; and I kind of agree about the whole underdog thing, but don’t just blindly assume if they’re the poorest (moneywise) candidate that they’re the one to vote for. If that caught on en masse, it could be a disaster as big corporations further try to hide their support of candidates and politicians get into a contest of “who’s poorer” to pander to voters in yet another way. Vote on their issues and read about all the propositions and vote your conscience.

    • capitalism is fascism says:

      Capitalist pig!

      • There should just be a “capitalist pig” button like the “like” button seen on Facebook.

      • concerned american says:

        Even many of the people employed by fox find the company perspective skewed and offensive. fox after all isn’t a news organization, it’s a business and one which makes a lot of money. There is money in controversy. It’s sad that in the last 40 years, real news has taken a back seat to profit. News was best when it was a cost center, not a profit center and done as a public service. It’s sad that some of the most impartial news is now on comedy central.

  3. It would be virtually IMPOSSIBLE to boycott EVERY company that advertises on Fox, unless you didn’t own a car, made your own clothes from fibrous plants you grow yourself, grew your own food & never shopped at a grocery store, didn’t have a phone, didn’t have a computer, and lived on Mars or somewhere like that.

    I’ll gladly boycott the ones that I CAN, and encourage friends as well, but some of these companies I’m loyal to and will remain so. Besides, these companies advertise on almost every other TV channel there is, and I’m not so sure if all these companies actually choose which channels they advertise on, or if it’s done by a third party.

    • I agree with Vicky’s comment, boycott what you can. I’d also add though that it may be worth a little extra effort to get out of your comfort zone and go ahead and boycott some of those that you think you cannot. I also agree with the fact that a lot advertise on other networks, and to that I say, somewhere, they DID have a choice not to advertise on Fox News Channel, but they went ahead and let the almighty buck decide for them. After all, probably some companies choose not to advertise on certain networks for OTHER reasons, so why not a blatant one like this? Likewise, I’ve seen some of the commercials on Fox have a special conservative “spin” on them to the point of being “in your face right wing”, so let’s all make an extra effort to boycott as many as possible.

      • I say we should concentrate on just one to five of the companies, let them know they are on the list and that we will target others. If we can affect the profits and they know that it is their tie to Fox, believe me they will with draw their advertising, or at least cut it. I nominate AT&T to be the first!

    • You act like there is nowhere to get food other than kroger, nowhere to buy clothes other than walmart. Jesus christ… way to reveal yourself as the lowest common denominator. By this logic you are either a FOX SPONSOR FANBOY, or a mountain-dwelling vagabond. Idiocy.

      There are plenty of places to get cars, food, computers and clothes that are not on this list.

  4. Those of you who have written here that you like Fox and will use the list to help you select what products to buy: that is fine.
    Some of the money you spend on those products is used to pay for the ads that support Fox, so I assume you don’t mind that your money is going to pay salaries of Beck, Hannity, O’Reilly, and profits to Murdoch etc.
    HOWEVER, many of us see Fox spread lies and vitriol and hatred and that the Australian who owns Fox is doing a lot of harm to America, turning us against each other. We don’t want our money to be used to make Murdoch rich or to pay the salaries of Beck, Hannity, O’Reilly, Palin etc. We are therefore not buying products that give our hard-earned money to support Fox.

    • Eloquently stated. As a true American who loves my country, I fully support this comment.

      • We really do have tremendous power as consumers if we act collectively. I will try to concentrate on particular sponsors and send emails to all.

        General Motors is an exception. They should be emailed.. but there is a lot at stake for that company to succeed for Americans in general.

    • careerfed says:

      It’s important to “Do Something” and make it known – send the companies an email letting them know how disappointed you are in them for supporting a network who’s sole purpose is to undermine the United States of America. Every voice counts.

  5. Is this list still being updated on a regular basis by the way? I would love to know that. I’m not a big fan of Fox News either. That channel is just a terrible waste of time.

  6. Do many of the people who watch Fox care about it being balanced and fair? I’d like to think so but I’m not so sure.

    • It’s not so much that some people don’t care, it’s that the methods Fox employs present Fox as the only unbiased and truth-telling news organization. Some people who watch Fox exclusively lose their critical thinking ability and simply believe Fox is fair and balanced and get caught up in the tide without knowing it – think propaganda…think Nazi Germany.

  7. Wasn’t mentioned in here, but HULU is owned by newscorp, nbc and disney. Probably one of the most popular web channels, not watching this (the content is so abundant elsewhere) would represent a pretty big dip in ad revenue.

  8. Great list! It’s good to know who’s supporting fox news. Thanks again, keep up the good work.

  9. With all that has gone on with the GM in the past year or so, they can barely stand another hit. I hope they take notice of how this could impact their business .But at least it gives the viewer a choice. I feel that most of the information they present is accurate and when I get tired of the rant & rave of Hanity.

  10. concerned says:

    I can’t stand Fox news at all. We have bought two Chevy impalas in the past. I need to replace my mini-van, and I definitely will not be replacing it by a Chevy or any other car manufacturers who advertise on Faux news. No more Clorox wipes for me. No more campbell’s soup for me. No more Dannon Yogurt for me. I’m going to print out this list and keep it with me while I do my shopping. I will choose Home Depot over Lowes every time from now on.

    As far as I’m concerned my mother can quit taking Aricept, too. It doesn’t work, anyway. Fox news had filled a lot of senior citizens with hate, fear, and anger. Shame on them. Bill O’Reilly wants to conduct a drug test before people vote. I’d like to conduct a dementia test before these scared senior citizens vote. I’d like to conduct a dementia test on the pundits on Fox News.

  11. Murdoch owns some pretty lame newspapers around the world and his TV stations aren’t noted for their quality output but Fox surely takes the biscuit. It’s heartening to see people prepared to do something about it and boycott the money that drives it.

  12. As a dedicated dog and cat lover and trainer I was sorry to see that IAMS is on the list. I have already taken action and stopped using it for my own pets. I will also no longer recommend it to my clients. I am writing to Procter and Gamble to tell them so and why I have done it.

    Unfortunately I am writing this from an HP computer. I cannot do much about that immediately apart from writing to them but I will tell them that I don’t intend to buy another if they continue to support Fox News .

  13. To be honest, I do not like Fox news at all. I just want useful news not
    to pay salaries of Beck, Hannity, O’Reilly, and profits to Murdoch etc.

  14. consider them all boycotted

  15. It would be a good idea if everybody would post this URL on Facebook or Twitter.

  16. I just wanted you to know that my family and I will be boycotting your products until you stop advertizing on Fox News.

    http://foxnewsboycott.com/

    Sincerely,

  17. I currently don’t do business with any of these companies (A – L) . I have been doing really good not rewarding the people who support Fox and News Corp.

  18. i don’t like foxnews so i will not buy any products from these company

  19. I will do anything in my power to NOT buy from any of these companies! But more needs to be done to get them OFF the air! I think somehow we can do it!!!

  20. Unfortunately many of the ISPs are on this list, and most of us only have one or two choices, thanks to our lovely FCC and the political system that allowed the Telecoms to destroy Local Loop Unbundling in most of the US. Meanwhile every other place in the world where they have LLU, there’s healthy competition in that sector . . . ** sigh! **

  21. Yeah, the list is way too long to boycott those companies included. But this whole thing (boycotting Fox advertisers) is reasonably new. If pressure is kept on Faux News by other means, then some of those companies may start to sort themselves out if they get the idea that their advertising money is doing more harm than good. Then we’ll have fewer and fewer targets.

  22. Advertisement supported media is almost always inherently flawed, in principle and practice. This is outlined extremely well in Heilbroner’s “The Nature and Logic of Capitalism” a must-read for anyone living in the first world.

  23. Peggy Amaya says:

    There are only a few advertisers whose products I even use, but I have sent them emails telling them FOX advertisers are being boycotted(though not the source of the boycott) and urging them to discontinue advertising with them.

  24. Noreen Sullivan says:

    I just sent the following to at least 30 of Fox advertisers and I hope others will do the same:
    Stop advertising on Fox! Fox News is responsible for the tragic events in Arizona yesterday. The commentators spout lies and messages of hate to it s largely uneducated viewers, who believe it. All of those on Fox, from Rupert Murdoch to Roger Ailes and down, are soaked in the blood of the 6 people who were murdered and 13 wounded. All for the sake of money and power. What a shame that all of that money and power is used for evil when so much good could be done with it. Your money is contributing to and continuing the hate mongering growing in this country.

  25. There are too many sponsors to boycott them all. Boycotting the one advertiser which provides the most financial support to Fox News would make for a more strategic and effective boycott campaign.

  26. It is easy to avoid purchasing from all of these companies and I fully intend to do so. There are many smaller and more local companies in your area that need and deserve your business. Shop local.

  27. I stopped watching T.V. altogether 15 years ago but keep up with the news on the internet. Soon i am afraid the days of unpolluted news on the net will come to a close unless people fight and decide they do not need the corporate garbage to survive. I do not support T.V. at all so that leaves out all Television sponsors out there who have one less person listening to their slimey commercials. As far as the other companies listed ,I am already boycotting most of these already due to environmental issues. People out there could change more than they know if they would kill their addictions to Television and all the so called material crap they have been brainwashed into believing they have to buy to be happy. { stop drinking the corporations kool-aid people } You let go of the the brainwash box you can let go of so much more that you don’t really need–think about it!

    • Yes…too many on the list. We can focus on 5 companies to start. Bombard them with phone calls, e-mails, faxes and postings. That should turn some heads.

  28. Starpopper says:

    Keep up the pressure on Fox and continue to hound their advertisers! We should also join in boycotting Koch Industries and the vast web of companies owned by the Koch brothers!
    ————
    Here’s one of my comments on the Washington Post website, which is inundated with Koch-brother bankrolled propagandists, bigots, liars & fear-mongers:

    KNOW YOUR ENEMY! The numerous teabagging propagandists on this site trying to muddy the waters, the flaming mouthpieces at Fox, and many other “lock & load” retards in places like Alaska and the Governors mansion in Arizona are ALL bankrolled by the Koch brothers! Maybe it’s time to put THEM in the cross-hairs!

    “The billionaire Koch brothers’ War against Obama”!
    http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2010/08/30/100830fa_fact_mayer

    BOYCOTT KOCH INDUSTRIES!!!
    http://pleion.blogspot.com/2010/09/boycott-koch-industries.html

    http://boycottkochbrothers.com/

    http://www.kochind.com/
    GA Pacific lumber, Quilted Northern, Angel Soft, Brawny towels, Sparkle, Vaity Fair, Dixie Cups, Lycra, Teflon, etc.

    We should also try to avoid Rupert Murdoch owned companies and the Fox Network because of the flaming rhetoric coming out of their mouthpieces.

    http://foxnewsboycott.com/

    Extensive list of companies & products:
    http://www.dailykos.com/storyonly/2009/8/15/767397/-QUIT-messing-around,-boycott-Fox-News-and-the-entire-Rupert-Murdoch-empire

    It may be hard but IT’S TIME TO DRAIN THE SWAMP before another tragedy and especially as we gear up for the 2012 re-election cycle…KEEP UP THE PRESSURE AND ENLIST ALL OF YOUR FRIENDS & FAMILY!

  29. Moving CapitalOne over to Citibank, looking for alternatives for TmeWarner Internet, moving ATT over to verizon when contract up in one month.

  30. Robert H. says:

    Hi

    This list is what I have been looking for. It is time to stop Fox and affiliated businesses. Stop emotions, hear say and some say. Go for facts please.

    I will do my part for sure.

    Two things that might make the company list portable
    - companies on one line or in compact print out format
    - smart phone app with list that can be updated

    International greetings
    Robert H.

  31. The point is not to boycott every company on the list. That’s virtually impossible. There’s nothing keeping us from picking a few select candidates and boycott the hell out of them, until they realize that advertising (and thus financing) the Fox propaganda machine will cost them as much as it will gain them, but it will also damage their public standing.

    Once those companies see the damage they will stop or reduce their investment in Fox – while others will realize that Fox is bad for their image and will stop advertising there by themselves. Once we create and attach a living stigma to the idea of advertising on Fox, the work is done.
    A lot of current advertisers on Fox already refuse to have their ads aired e.g. during Glen Becks show. That shows us that they are aware of what this does to their public image, and that they don’t want to be associated with it. Let’s extend this to all of Fox’s programming, and also to anything Koch industries is involved with. Money is the only thing that corporations care about, and losing revenues will make them change loyalties really quick.
    Remember – we’re not trying to defeat the companies, we’re after Fox. Once they stop supporting Fox we will reconsider buying their products.

    So in short – try to buy from alternative suppliers whenever possible. Just add “Advertises on Fox” to your list of daily shopping-criteria like price or quality, and pick a few companies to avoid altogether. If you can’t afford cutting out Wal-Mart simply don’t. If you work for AT&T and don’t want to harm your own employer – simply don’t. Others will, so instead boycott someone else.

    Let’s kill the snake that is threatening our democracy using the weapons at our disposal. Don’t threaten with violence – threaten with falling stocks!

  32. Seems like the boycott has been really effective t nihe past few years, keep it up!

    • I did not know there was a boycott in progress. We need to get the word out.

      If you will post on CURRENT T.V.s website I think we can start doing a better job of getting FOX News to take notice of this movement.

  33. Great idea, but the others are correct that this is impossible to boycott all. Now emailing them and telling them how despicable it is for them to give money to fauxnews, that is something. I would like to see biggest $$ givers though, that may help in some boycotting.

  34. THE TIME TO HIT ‘EM HARD IS NOW!
    They are reeling, got to get ‘em on the ropes from the knock out punch.
    You got this on youtube? In any case, I will do list in a vid.
    Got my skinning knife and barbeque ready; wonder what fox tastes like!

  35. I am alerting you that I and 6 sisters, 1 sister-in-law my daughter and my daugher in law are no longer buying products or using products put out by your adverising people. I cannot in good conscience support you Fox News or your supporters due to the fact that you are going to allow Casey Anthony to profit from the murder of her daughter. I refuse to reward her for killing that little girl and then walking free -

  36. We need an updated list. Cingular became ATT 4 years ago. Are these guys still advertising with FOX or just left on here? I have changed a number of my shopping habits based on this list, and I hope I am not punishing companies for their actions years ago.

    i noticed my insurance company, USAA, advertising on FOX recently. Have dropped several of their products, but they are not on the list.

  37. No fair! Boycott Fox News!?! Are you trying to put stand up comedians out of business? Times are hard. Comedians have to eat too.

    And then on a more serious list…what does the list for other news channels look like…is it considerably better?

  38. Protests are great, but if you really want to stick it to the man and get noticed, vote with your wallet.

    I’ll do my best to boycott the companies who advertise on Fox News.

    • Just do a quick check of the scam company they run ads for
      directbuy google with the word scam in the search

      many of the other advertisers show similar results

      fox news has no compunction about getting ad money from rip off companies,

  39. I would suggest picking one company per month and publicizing it. Any more than that the protest loses focus. A good book to read is by the great Republican bugaboo Saul Alinsky. “Rules for Radicals” outlines how to perform a protest of this kind. You freeze a single opponent and emphasize how they violate their own book of rules. A good choice would be a consumer company, such as Campbell’s Soup, Liberty Mutual, or Kraft. Wal-Mart may be too big and too many people depend on them. Also, they have been harassed by the left.

  40. Julie Goebel says:

    Current TV advertises on FOX. Should we boycott Al Gore’s network. Bye Bye Keith Obermann.

  41. Email your displeasure to those you can’t boycott.

  42. Great list! It’s good to know who’s supporting fox news. Thanks again, keep up the good work

  43. RailroadMike says:

    Believe me FOX NEWS has my number after I placed on their Facebook page this message. “I’m sure FOX is really proud of all the staff graduates with top honors form the “Joesph Gobbells School of Right Wing Propaganda”. Sounds harsh but after years of preaching lies and treason this old boy is fed up.

  44. Doug Altom says:

    http://www.debone.com/boycottFoxNewsSponsors.html this is a good place to contact these companies with ease!

    • Thanks… if Everyone just went to the fb page of each of the companies listed, and expressed your feelings that they should Stop advertising, when they hear it enough, they will be forced to act… That is how Capitolism works… WE have the ability to take Fox Down… WE Are the consumers of those products… thanks…

  45. I like Fox News and I buy from most of their advertisers. What do you have against them? I’d be willing to bet that most of you are college age.

  46. Folks, if you are going to be honest with yourselves do you think boycotting Fox News with end media bias? Do you honestly believe MSNBA, CNN, CBS, NBC & ABC are not completely biased to the other side? I respect your opinion and will not deny the conservative viewpoint of Fox News however if it werent for their voice there would be no counterpoint to the message set out by our media. We all benefit by freedom of the press and free speach. These freedoms are envied by our enemies abroad and drives them to hate us. That is where the focus of our efforts should lie. We need unity in this country like we had in the days of our fathers and grandfathers when we fought together for freedom during W.W.II. We need to wake up and start giving a hoot about getting back some pride, going back to work and caring about each other as a brotherhood of US citizens. Now is a time for unity not deviseveness. Let’s go back to being a great country with pride and patriotism and genuine regard and respect for one another.

  47. Know a manager at BMW. I just sent him an email asking him if he could do his part.

  48. mahvash samiian says:

    Fox news is prime example of poisoning the minds of some unfortunate people. We must boycott ther sponsors and shut them off.

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