Thank you for your recent emails referring to the Glenn Beck programme running on the Fox News Channel.
I can confirm that no Mars products, including Pedigree, will appear during this programme in the future.
Our products will, however, continue to appear on the Fox News channel.
If you need any further information or advice please contact our Consumer Careline on the telephone number below and one of our Consumer Care Advisors will be more than happy to help you.
Kind regards. Anna Adams Consumer Care More >
Per Color of Change’s press release, Subaru’s statement:
“We will not be airing on that show [Glenn Beck] any longer,” said Michael McHale, Director of Corporate Communications for Subaru of America, in a phone conversation with ColorOfChange.org.
Now, that Glenn Beck has a Fox News show he spends an awful lot of time railing against what he characterizes as “the Obama administration’s bailouts.” He’s so strongly opposed to government bailouts that one of the major underlying themes of the Glenn Beck 9/12 Project as well as the tea parties is staunch opposition to bailouts (past and potential future).
But, before Obama was elected POTUS and when Glenn Beck was on CNN, he was singing a very different tune. One could say that Glenn Beck was for the bailouts before he was against More >
In short, Glenn Beck not only misrepresented the terms of the policy and the relevant law, but he continued to spread misinformation even after More >
Nutrisystem confirms that they will no longer advertise on Glenn Beck’s show.
“We are no longer advertising on Beck’s program,” said Susan McGowan, Senior Director of Public Relations at NutriSystem, Inc., in an email to ColorOfChange.org. “You can now include us with the other companies that have stopped advertising.”
Update: Beginning April 5, Nutrisystem reneged on their commitment and started advertising on Glenn Beck’s show again. Please email and/or tweet @Nutrisystem: Urge them to honor their commitment and disassociate the Nutrisystem brand from Glenn Beck’s vitriol, sexism and preying on racial anxieties.More >
Kraft confirms that they will be pulling their ads from Glenn Beck’s show.
We came across your blog and would like to share Kraft Foods’ position. Our goal is to give you, and all of our consumers, high-quality products and to market them responsibly and sensibly at all times.
We have a longstanding policy not to advertise on programs with extreme or inflammatory content on any network. In recent years, there has been a proliferation of shows with extreme content, including on the political front. These shows often are controversial and do not align with our company or brand values. We More >
A State Farm representative posted this statement in the comment section at Media Matters’ website:
In response to inquiries concerning State Farm’s recent advertisements in the Glenn Beck program, I want to clarify this situation.
We have a policy of not advertising on political or opinion programming. We have corrected this issue and have taken steps to make sure it does not happen again.
Understanding our millions of customers and thousands of associates hold a full spectrum of views on political issues, State Farm has a long-standing practice of not advertising in political discussion programming regardless of a program’s political point of view.
Because of the More >