Who's Still Advertising on Glenn Beck?

37 companies have dropped sponsorship of Glenn Beck's Fox Show, following a remarkably successful Color of Change campaign launched in response to Beck's crazy racebating.

Here's a list of the companies that continue to advertise on Beck's show and the ones who have filled in, assembled by Media Matters. (Here's a fun game: identify all of the News Corps. properties on the list, as well as all the non-national brands that have taken the place of big companies like Wal-Mart and Geico.)

  • Rosland Capital
  • Ashley Furniture
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
  • National Republican Trust PAC -- GOPTrust.com
  • Goldline International Inc.
  • The Wall Street Journal
  • Citrix (GoToMeeting)
  • Liberty Medical
  • Johnson Law Group
  • TeaPartyExpress.org -- Our Country Deserves Better PAC
  • Merit Financial
  • Fox Movie Channel
  • Zero Technologies
  • HughesNet
  • IRSTaxAgreements.com
  • Lear Capital

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