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.

Men’s Wearhouse
Customer Relations
6380 Rogerdale Rd
Houston, TX 77072
1-800-851-6744
Fax us at: 281-776-7038

http://www.menswearhouse.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ContactUs_-1_10601_10051_10721_10652_10652#email

Mercedes-Benz
3 Mercedes Dr.
Montvale, N.J. 07645
1-800-367-6372

http://www.mbusa.com/mercedes/#/contactusOverview/

Metastock
Equis International
90 South 400 West
Suite 620
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
1 (801) 265-9998
pr@equis.com

http://www.equis.com/Company/about/Contact.aspx

Morgan Stanley
1585 Broadway, Floor 39
New York, NY 10036

http://www.morganstanleyindividual.com/customerservice/contactus/

Napster.com
c/o Roxio, Inc.
455 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95050

http://www.napster.com/feedback_form.html

National Collector’s Mint
Half Union Proof TV Offer
8 Slater St
Port Chester, NY 10573
Phone: 1-800-452-4381
cs@ncmintonline.com

https://www.fiftydollargold.com/

Nationwide Insurance *
Nationwide World Headquarters
One Nationwide Plaza
Columbus, OH 43215–2220
1-800-882-2822

http://www.nationwide.com/contact-us.jsp

Nestlé USA, Inc.
Chairman and CEO: Brad Alford
SVP and CFO: Dan Stroud
GLOBE Executive and CIO: Kimberly (Kim) Lund
800 N. Brand Blvd.
Glendale, CA 91203
CA Tel. 818-549-6000
Toll Free 800-225-2270
Fax 818-549-6952

http://www.nestleusa.com/Public/ContactUs.aspx

Nexium (AstraZeneca)
US Corporate Headquarters
AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP
1800 Concord Pike
P.O. Box 15437
Wilmington, DE 19850-5437
Phone: 1-302-886-3000
Phone: 1-800-456-3669

Nextel (aka Sprint)
KSOPHT0101-Z4300
6391 Sprint Parkway
Overland Park KS 66251-4300
1-800-639-6111

http://search.sprint.com/inquiraapp/contact.jsp

Nissan
P.O. Box 685003
Franklin TN 37068-5003
(800) NISSAN-1 (800-647-7261)

http://www.nissanusa.com/apps/contactus

Office Depot
2200 Old Germantown Road
Delray Beach, FL 33445
Office Depot Corporate:
6600 North Military Trail
Boca Raton, Florida 33496-2434
Sandy Akin, Senior Lead E-Commerce
Fax: 561-438-6624
Email:sandy.akin@officedepot.com

http://www.officedepot.com/customerservice/categorySelected.do;jsessionid=0000Y2C5JQ0JU44ELYRBTLZUMMA:uk1sst7b

One-a-Day
Bayer HealthCare LLC
36 Columbia Road
P.O. Box 1910
Morristown, NJ 07962-1910
1-800-800-4793

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

OneTouch (LifeScan)
Johnson & Johnson
One Johnson & Johnson Plaza
New Brunswick, NJ 08933
800 227-8862
CustomerService@LifeScan.com

http://www.lifescan.com/company/contact/

OnStar
400 Renaissance Center
Detroit, MI 48265
1.888.4.ONSTAR (1.888.466.7827)

http://www.onstar.com/us_english/jsp/corporate/index.jsp

On the Border Mexican Grill & Cantina
1-800-983-4637
Brinker International
6820 LBJ Freeway
Dallas, TX 75240
(972) 980-9917

http://www.ontheborder.com/contact/contact.asp

Orbitz
500 W. Madison
Chicago, Illinois 60661
U.S.A.
1-888-656-4546

http://corp.orbitz.com/contact/

Oxi Clean *
Church & Dwight Co., Inc.
469 N. Harrison St.
Princeton, NJ 08540
1.800.781.7529

http://www.oxiclean.com

Pep Boys (Corporate Office)
3111 W. Allegheny Ave.
Philadelphia, Pa., 19132
(215) 430-9095
Peter Robinson – Director of Corporate Communications
mediarelations@pepboys.com
Ray Arthur – Chief Financial Officer
investorrelations@pepboys.com

http://twitter.com/pepboysauto

http://www.pepboys.com/about_pep_boys/contact_us/

Pfizer Inc.
Chairman and CEO: Jeffrey B. (Jeff) Kindler
Chairman Emeritus: William C. Steere Jr.
Chairman Emeritus: M. Anthony Burns
235 E. 42nd St.
New York, NY 10017-5755
1-800-707-8990

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

Pfizer – NFA Nat’l Fibromyalgia Association
1-866-99fibro

http://www.fibrohope.org

Plavix
sanofi-aventis
55 Corporate Drive
Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Tel:800-981-2491

http://www.plavix.com

Priceline.com
800 Connecticut Ave.
Norwalk CT 06854
1-800-774-2354

http://www.priceline.com

The Procter & Gamble Company
Chairman: Alan G. (A.G.) Lafley
President, CEO, and Director: Robert A. (Bob) McDonald
CFO: Jon R. Moeller
1 Procter & Gamble Plaza
Cincinnati, OH 45202
OH Tel. 513-983-1100
Fax 513-983-9369

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

Progressive Insurance
6300 Wilson Mills Road
Mayfield Village, Ohio 44143

https://www.progressive.com/contact/contactus.asp

ProtectMyID.com *
PO Box 19729
Irvine, CA 92623-9729
866-960-6943
Support@ProtectMyID.com

http://www.protectmyid.com/contact/

Prudential Real Estate
751 Broad St.
Newark NJ 07102
1-800-FINDPRU (1-800-346-3778)

http://www.prudential.com/contactus

Radio Shack
Riverfront Campus
Mail Stop #CF7-130
300 RadioShack Circle
Fort Worth, TX 76102-1964
Phone: (817) 415-3300
Fax: (817) 415-2585
media.relations@RadioShack.com

http://www.radioshackcorporation.com/contacts/index.html

Rapid Bath
JARDEN CORPORATION
555 Theodore Fremd Avenue, Suite B-302
Rye, NY 10580
561-912-4100
1-877-786-4358

https://secure.rapidbathing.com/ContactUs.aspx

Red Lobster (Corporate Address)
5900 Lake Ellenor Drive
Orlando, FL 32809
(407) 245-4000

https://www.redlobster.com/contact_us/Default.asp?

Remax
5075 S. Syracuse Street
Denver, CO 80237
303.796.3208
fax: 303 796 3822

http://www.remax.com

Rosetta Stone *
135 W. Market St.
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
1.800.ROSETTA

http://www.rosettastone.com/global/contact

Media Relations:
rbrennan@rosettastone.com
mrichter@rosettastone.com

http://pr.rosettastone.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=228009&p=irol-inforeq

Sargento (Corporate Offices & Manufacturing)
One Persnickety Place
Plymouth, WI 53073
(920) 893-8484
(800) 558-5802
FAX (920) 893-8399
(1-800-243-3737)

http://www.sargento.com/contact/

Scrubbing Bubbles Shower Cleaner
SC Johnson
1525 Howe Street
Racine, Wisconsin 53403-5011
1-800-494-4855

http://www.scjbrands.com/contact/

Servpro Industries, Inc.
801 Industrial Boulevard
Gallatin, TN 37066
Phone: (615) 451-0200
Fax: (615) 451-0291

http://www.servpro.com/corporate/contact.htm

Skip Gambert and Associates
Custom Shirtmakers
12 Garden St.
Newark, NJ 07105
973-344-3373
customerservice@skipgambert.com

Spiriva
Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
900 Ridgebury Rd,
P.O. Box 368
Ridgefield, CT 06877-0368
Phone: 1-800-243-0127

http://www.bi-druginforequest.com/contactUsWeb/Controller.jpf?companyID=16&type=2

Splenda
c/o Johnson & Johnson
One Johnson & Johnson Plaza
New Brunswick, NJ 08933

http://splenda.com/vcrc/email/emailform.jhtml

Sprint *
KSOPHT0101-Z4300
6391 Sprint Parkway
Overland Park KS 66251-4300
1-800-639-6111

http://search.sprint.com/inquiraapp/contact.jsp

State Farm Insurance
One State Farm Plaza
Bloomington, IL 61710-0001
(309) 766-2311

https://online.statefarm.com/apps/contactSF/pages/commentsSuggestions.asp

Subaru
Subaru Plaza
P.O. Box 6000
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034-6000
Attn: Customer/Dealer Services
1-800-SUBARU3 (1-800-782-2783)

https://www.subaru.com/shopping-tools/contact-us.html

Super 8 Motels (Wyndham property)
Sandra Kelder
Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications
Wyndham Worldwide
22 Sylvan Way
Parsippany, NJ 07054
(973) 753-8142
Sandra.Kelder@wyndhamworldwide.com

http://www.super8.com/Super8/control/corp_rate_form

Superior Gold Group
100 Wilshire Blvd, Ste 950
Santa Monica, CA 90401
310-228-3151
Larrin Devereaux, General Manager
1-818-264-0133,
info@gold101.com

http://www.gold101.com/contact_us/

Target
1000 Nicollet Mall
Mineapolis, MN 55403

http://www.targetcorp.com/targetcorp_group/contactus/contact_general.jhtml

Terminix
860 Ridge Lake Blvd.
Memphis TN 38120
Phone: 901-766-1111
Clint Briscoe
Phone: 901-260-4227
cbriscoe@archermalmo.com

ThermaCare
Wyeth Consumer Healthcare
PO Box 26609
Richmond, VA 23261-6609
800-323-3383

Time Warner Cable Inc.
290 Harbor Dr.
Stamford, CT 06902-7441
203-328-0600
Fax: 203-328-0690

Totino’s Pizza Rolls (Pillsbury / General Mills)
General Mills, Inc.
P.O. Box 9452
Minneapolis, MN 55440
1-800-775-4777
Fax: 1-763-764-8330

http://consumercontacts.generalmills.com/ConsolidatedContact.aspx?page=http://www.pillsbury.com

Toyota
19001 South Western Ave. Dept. WC11
Torrance, CA 90501
Phone: 800-331-4331
Fax: 310-468-7814

http://toyota.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/toyota.cfg/php/enduser/ask_intercept.php

Travelocity
3150 Sabre Dr.
Southlake, TX 76092
1 888.872.8356
travelocity@travelocity.com

Tyson Foods
P.O. Box 2020
Springdale, AR 72764-6999
2200 Don Tyson Parkway
Springdale, AR 72762
1-800-643-3410

http://www.tyson.com/Corporate/Contact.aspx

UBS Financial Services Inc.
PO Box 766
Union City, NJ 07087
800-354-9103
comments@ubs.com

http://financialservicesinc.ubs.com/wealth/ContactUs.html

United Healthcare Insurance Company
(National Media Contact)
Daryl Richard
Ph. (860) 702-5795
daryl_richard@uhc.com

Vehix.com
1165 East Wilmington Ave. Suite 200
Salt Lake City, Utah 84106
1.866.MY.VEHIX (1.866.698.3449)
feedback@vehix.com

http://www.vehix.com//corporate/contactUs/

Wachovia Finance
800-WACHOVIA (800-922-4684)

https://www.wachovia.com/contact/form

Wall Street Journal
200 Liberty St.
New York, NY 10281
Phone: 212-416-2000

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Chairman: S. Robson (Rob) Walton
President, CEO, and Director: Michael T. (Mike) Duke
EVP and COO: William S. (Bill) Simon
702 SW 8th St.
Bentonville, AR 72716
AR Tel. 479-273-4000
Fax 479-277-1830

http://www.walmartstores.com/wmstore/wmstores/Container.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@0178295015.1105923457@@@@&BV_EngineID=cccjadddijheeehcfkfcfkjdgoodglh.0&template=OnlineForm.jsp

Water Jet (power washer)
National Express, Inc.
2 Morgan Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06851
1-800-360-9168
buywaterjet.com

WebMD
1175 Peachtree St., Ste. 2400
Atlanta GA 30361
(212) 624-3700
PublicRelations@webmd.net

https://data.webmd.com/sdclive/sdcform.aspx?formid=customerServiceStart

Weitz & Luxemburg
700 Broadway
New York, NY 10003
Phone: (212) 558-5500
Fax: (212) 344-5461

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

Yahoo! Inc.
701 First Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Tel: (408) 349-3300
Fax: (408) 349-3301

http://feedback.help.yahoo.com/feedback.php?.src=FP&.from=501&.done=http://www.yahoo.com

Yellow Book
100 N. Centre Ave.
Rockville Ctr, NY 11570-3905
1-800-YB-Yellow

http://corporate.yellowbook.com/contact-us/business-inquiries/?searchSiteUrl=%2fyellow-pages%2f%3fwhere%3dSacramento%252c%2bCA

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83 Responses to “Fox Sponsors M – Z”

  1. This is a great idea. The best way to battle the “citizens united” decision is to hit these companies in the pocket book and there is no better place to start than with their propaganda machine.

    Just reducing their customer base by ten to fifteen percent would put many of them out of business. The motive of greed will be the most effective way to keep them honest.

    Clint Curtis
    Candidate US Congress CA-4

  2. kathytibbits says:

    This will be tough. My home insurance, my car, my ISP and more are on this list. But I like the idea of turning my dollars toward more sensible companies and away from those who agitate by striking fear in small-hearted people.

  3. Peg Steinmann says:

    I would love to take part, but can’t see how I can “boycott” my heath insurance provider, United Healthcare. With a preexisting condition, healthcare through another company would be cost prohibitive, if not unavailable. This health insurance is through my former employer, Procter & Gamble. That is another tough one to boycott, in that P&G brands its products, rather than the company. You may use P&G products without even realizing who manufactures them. Another poster suggested concentrating on the “big fish” like P&G. Unless we can get numbers of boycotters in the MILLIONS, it won’t effect P&G’s decision to advertise to millions of potential consumers on Fox. It won’t even appear on their radar screen. I know this like I know my own name, having been a proctoid for 25 years. Any suggestions?

    • You write, “Unless we can get numbers of boycotters in the MILLIONS . . .” and conclude with a plea for suggestions. I have one.
      Like you, I and my family are connected in some way with a number of the corporations which advertise on Fox. I understand your frustration. I offer this: write these advertisers; tell them you are actively avoiding their products and services; tell them you are encouraging your friends, family and neighbors to do the same.
      Your voice counts. The hate mongers rely on inducing a sense of apathy and hopelessness in those of us who do not participate in their hate. Your act of speaking up reduces this hate by actively showing you are neither apathetic nor hopeless.
      Join me and all the others.

      Thanks.

      Becky Rose

    • Everyone thinks that my little self can’t possibly make a difference. But, this is how it’s been done for decades. It starts small and builds. TGhese companies rely on making you feel small and useless. Hang in there people.
      United we stand, divided we fall.

  4. Fox News Channel, (FNC) has always denied any conservative political bias, but the channel’s founding CEO, in cooperation with Rupert Murdoch, is media consultant Roger Ailes, a career republican who worked for Republican presidents Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George H. W. Bush, as well as Giuliani’s 1989 campaign. So tell that to your Fox-viewing friends that swear they are “fair and balanced.”

    A vast number of Americans are angry and fearful because of the current economy, job market, and poor state of affairs in their country. Dissatisfied, feeling powerless, and without an understanding on how it got this way, they long for the good old days when things were simple and the world could be understood — here is your Fox News Channel audience. They want superheroes to save them and a boogieman to blame, so raging media gurus and war soldiers versus the liberal media and a black Muslim president fit the bill, respectively. Fox media pundits tap into this collective emotional power, using this as leverage for mass market programming for the propagation of political and corporatist interests, also known as propaganda.

    FNC’s politically-biased tactics are right out of Hitler’s Mein Kamf and the German propaganda machine of the Third Reich:

    “The art of propaganda consists precisely in being able to awaken the imagination of the public through an appeal to their feelings, in finding the appropriate psychological form that will arrest the attention and appeal to the hearts of the national masses….This sentiment, however, is not complex, but simple and consistent … and has only the negative and positive notions of love and hatred, right and wrong, truth and falsehood. All effective propaganda must be confined to a few bare essentials and those must be expressed as far as possible in stereotyped formulas.”

    Because I am aware of the above, I never ever watch FNC. I was surprised, though, to learn of all the seemingly progressive and consumer-friendly sponsors; ones like AARP, Napster, LL Bean, Adobe, Earthlink, 60Plus, and Brita. I suppose that many of these sponsors do not care about FNC’s hate-mongering political bias, but care more about the ratings and the demographics.

    I’ve been a part time progressive activist since 2001, and had the thought of starting a website for the purpose of boycotting the “profits over people” corporations that are funding and pulling the political strings affecting our country. This site is a good start. Now I can see exactly which products I need to cut out of my life, and which stores I can visit with a clear and free conscience. Consumers do have power. Thanks to FoxNewsBoycott.com, and all the aware consumers who choose wisely. Goodbye DirectTV, hello Dish!

  5. I agree with the idea of targeting the largest of these sponsors first and with that in mind Proctor and Gamble does seem to rise to the top of the list.
    It can be a bit confusing to realize that this company owns numerous commonly seen brands that are most likely in just about every household.
    I have been boycotting them for several years now for other reasons, but I thought readers might be interested in a list of the products that P&G manufactures.

    Here is a link to Wikipedia’s listing for Proctor and Gamble brands:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Procter_&_Gamble_brands

    By the way, a little research online will turn up similar lists for just about every company on the boycott list, so be sure to avoid not only the parent company, but all of their subsidiaries as well.

    Keep up the good work folks! We can make a difference, and we double our votes by hitting these sponsors where it counts by consciously spending our hard earned dollars locally and loudly announcing that fact to the offending companies!

  6. Wallstreet Journal also advertises with Glenn Beck. I spent 20 minutes trying to get through to someone at the Journal associated with advertising. The phone number is 1-866-975-3343

  7. Great list! Wow, sorry to see there are about 8 businesses on this list and I’ll reach out and address them all with email and phone calls asking them to pull their support of Fox and Glenn Beck.

    More importantly, I am printing this list as a handout to my customers available on my front desk point of purchase displays so everyone does the same. Thank God my clients are like minded and all of us are against the Republican demagoguery! I challenge all small business owners to do the same. What better way educate the public then first-hand.

  8. Hey business owners, don’t forget to add the link to remove Fox News from your cable television lineup as an easy link for customers to access from your company website. It’s time to not only talk the talk, but walk the walk.

  9. I had no idea that so many companies I once respected contribute to these hate- mongers. Unfortunately, I drive a Buick and being semi-retired on a rather fixed income, I am in no position to get another car. I hope I can find the time to e-mail or write to many of the firms you’ve identified and ask them why they contribute to these promoters of outright prevarications.

    I will never understand how anyone will the slightest scintilla of intelligence can believe the crap that comes from their mouths. God Help Us. Keep up the good work.

  10. Catherine Trainor says:

    Mary Wright, “the only way to discover the truth is to listen to all points of view.” Wrong, the news is not a point of view. The news is supposed to be factual. Either something happened or it didn’t; someone said something or they didn’t. I don’t care about the news reader’s “point of view.” Just tell me what happened and if you’re really into news, go dig for a story, don’t just parrot the powers that be. So much of what is going on today is not reported, because it doesn’t fit with the “point of view” of the profit-making entity that owns the news. After all we wouldn’t want to upset an advertiser, or a stock-holder, would we.

    • Richard La France says:

      I took radio journalism in high school (mid-60s). We were taught that news stories must be accurate, factual and without opinion by the newscaster. It’s hard to find newscasters without opinions on any of the programs, local or national. Too, if a newscaster on television doesn’t express an opinion, the facial expressions generally give away their feelings on a subject. When did they rewrite the rules of journalism? Opinions are for the Editor’s page.

  11. I v emailed On Star and oxi clean …tried target as well but some problem with the link. I v saved the list and emailed to my friends as well… Yes we can bring about a change if we do this together.

    Remember it is the popular sovereignty which matters the most.

  12. I have the same concern as @Concerned. If a company break ties with the Fox, could we possibly have them put on another list? “Successes” or something like that? Then we can be thankful!

  13. It makes sense that Proctor & Gamble advertises on Fox. They are notorious for their inhumane and cruel product testing on helpless animals.

  14. concerned says:

    Oh, this is going to be tough. Nestle makes a lot of good stuff like lean cuisine, lean pockets, and candy. It’s still worth it. Here’s a list of Nestle Brands. I will especially miss my Taster’s Choice Coffee. I think I’m going to be cooking a lot more things instead of buying pre-packed. Not only will I get stop supporting Fox News, I’ll probably be a lot healthier and save money at the grocery story.
    LIst of Nestle products.
    ABUELITA®
    BABY RUTH®
    BIT-O-HONEY®
    BUITONI®
    BUTTERFINGER®
    CALIFORNIA PIZZA KITCHEN®
    CARLOS V®
    CARNATION® Malted Milk
    CARNATION® Milks
    CHUNKY®
    CLASICO™ (soluble coffees from Mexico)
    COFFEE-MATE®
    CRUNCH®
    DIGIORNO®
    Dolce Gusto™
    DREYER’S®
    DRUMSTICK®
    EDY’S®
    FROSTY PAWS®
    GOBSTOPPERS®
    GOOBERS®
    HÄAGEN-DAZS® Ice Cream
    HOT POCKETS® brand sandwiches
    JACK’S®
    JUICY JUICE® 100% fruit juices
    LA LECHERA® Sweetened Condensed Milk
    LAFFY TAFFY®
    LEAN CUISINE®
    LEAN POCKETS® brand sandwiches
    LIBBY’S® Pumpkin
    LIK-M-AID® Fun Dip
    MAGGI® Seasonings
    MAGGI® TASTE OF ASIA™
    MILO® powdered beverage & ready-to-drink
    NERDS®
    NESCAFÉ®
    NESCAFÉ® Café con Leche
    NESQUIK®
    NESTEA®
    NESTLÉ® Delicias
    NESTLÉ® Hot Cocoa Mix
    NESTLÉ® MIlk Chocolate
    NIDO®
    NIPS®
    OH HENRY!®
    OOMPAS®
    OVALTINE®
    PPIXY STIX®
    PUSH-UP®
    RAISINETS®
    RUNTS®
    SNO-CAPS®
    SPREE®
    STOUFFER’S®
    SWEETARTS®
    TASTER’S CHOICE®
    THE SKINNY COW®
    TOLL HOUSE® Morsels & baking ingredients
    TOMBSTONE®
    WONKA®
    100 GRAND®

    • Floyd Miller says:

      Considering how these humungous corporations have gobbled up all these smaller ones, maybe they feel boycott-proof because all their products are hard to avoid. On a supermarket shelf, what seems like competition is not, unless you grant that they are competing against themselves. Capitalism is about competition; no competition, no capitalism.

  15. This is an excellent idea. I have sent a lot of e-mails. I hope everybody does the same and believe me it will work. More e-mails more power to us.
    About time WE do something about sick FOX.

  16. So many people here are complaining that this appeal can hit their daily household service providers.One solution can be If you cannot boycott that supplier right after scribbling this post than at least buy half of what you normally used to buy.Like if your soap and shampoo provider is in a list ,you can buy 1 shampoo instead of 2 ,same applies to other product and services as well.Through this way,you will helping this cause and record your protest without getting frustrated.

  17. These so called “news” anchors are a big part of what is wrong with most news today. And most viewers take it for fact when it is not.

    Just a spin on their opinions.

    Russ

  18. This is a great idea and this shows the power of the consumers. We always think it is the big companies that own the world and us but in actuality it is the other way around and we do have the power to change things.

    Thanks for the initiative guys!

    • Well you can think that if you like.
      The consumer will only gain power if they group together.
      The general public is so apathetic these days that it would take a massive outrage to obtain this.

  19. done; except for the products I already have, I won’t be buying anymore from any of their sponsors; simple as that. I have written and called in the past to some of them. It really isn’t that hard; I can think of an alternative company for every one of them. Great idea and thanks to whoever put it all together; I will spread the word.

  20. I have just cancalled my Napster account. I have been a paying customer of Napsters for many many years, unlike most Repubs I know that just steal their music from different sites online and also make fun of me because I pay for it. Bye Bye Napster, I won’t spend my dollars on companies that advertise on Fox!

  21. These sponsors must share in the responsibilty of a well run nation.
    They should not support ‘yellow journalism’ for it is corrosive to democracy and hurts the nation!

  22. Hey business owners, don’t forget to add the link to remove Fox News from your cable television lineup as an easy link for customers to access from your company website. It’s time to not only talk the talk, but walk the walk.

  23. A phone call or email to the above companies expressing your dismay that they support an entertainment program falsely passing itself off as news and refusing to buy their goods or services goes a long way. If enough of these calls and emails go through I’m sure that financial support will be pulled.
    Call, write or email to show you do not agree where their advertizing dollars go. Money talks loud and clear when it comes from customers.

  24. billybob says:

    meanwhile there are hardcore conservatives boycotting all of these companies because they advertise on NBC channels

    also you guys should realize a lot of the companies on this list are run by very liberal people and many came out publicly supporting the occupy movements, i know mens wearhouse and directv are both hated by a lot of conservatives for supporting OWS and in fact directv stoood up to the fox corporation last year when fox tried to milk money from directv by jacking up the prices on all of their networks like FX and NatGeo, but directv played chicken with them down to the wire and fox backed down.

    compankes advertise on channels that have high amounts of viewers, not because they like the contents of the channel, all of these companies advertise on MSNBC as well. in reality the best way to combat this is to keep attacking fox news itself and converting people to better news media, that way as fox news’ viewers drop these companies will care less and less about advertising with them.

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