Here Are All The Advertisers Fleeing Bill O’Reilly’s Show

Here Are All The Advertisers Fleeing Bill O'Reilly's Show

Here Are All The Advertisers Fleeing Bill O'Reilly's Show

Dozens of advertisers have pulled their content from The OReilly Factor following revelations that several women have accused host Bill OReilly of sexual harassment.

Condemnation continued to roll in Thursday morning, as several more companies announced they were cutting ties with the reveal. More than companies have pulled their ads sinceMonday night, in response to a bombshell New York Times reportindicating that OReilly and Fox News have paid around $13 million in settlements to address objections brought by five of the hosts female former colleagues.

Fox News said in a statement Tuesday that it values its ad partners and is working with them to address their current concerns about the OReilly Factor. At this time, the ad buy of those clients have been re-expressed into other[ Fox News Channel] programs.

Fox News did not immediately respond to a question about whether any companies have pulled ads from the network entirely.

While a number of advertisers have remained silent, at least one company isnt planning to pull its ads.

Angies List, a site that compiles user its further consideration of local industries, said in a statement Tuesday that it doesnt plan to change its ad buy.

We place ads across a broad spectrum of venues intending to reach as many spectators/ listeners/ readers as is practicable without taking a position on the viewpoints of the venues themselves, the company said.

Many other industries, however, have gone a different road, distancing themselves publicly from The OReilly Factor.


Mercedes-Benz was the first company and one of seven automakers to pull advertising from the show.

The allegations are disturbing and, given the importance of women in every aspect of our business, we dont feel this is a good surrounding in which to advertise our products right now, Mercedes-Benz spokeswoman Donna Boland told CNN, which first reported the companys decision, on Monday.


Hyundai announced its decision to pull advertising shortly after Mercedes-Benz did on Monday night.

We had upcoming advertising places on the reveal but are reallocating them due to the recent and disturbing allegations, a Hyundai spokesman said.As a company we seek to partner with companies and programming that share our values of inclusion and diversity.


We take our obligations as a responsible advertiser severely and have been closely monitoring the situation involving The OReilly Factor, the company told The Huffington Post in a statement on Tuesday. In response, we have asked our media-buying partners to move all Lexus ad inventory out of the program.


BMW corroborated with several media outlets on Tuesday that it was pulling ads from the show.

Mitsubishi Motors

Mitsubishi Motorsconfirmed its decision with CNN Money late Tuesday afternoon.

We will continue to monitor this situation as we assess our long-term strategy, a spokesperson said.


In response to complaints on Twitter, Subaru said Wednesday that it had decided to pull ads from the show.

Coldwell Banker

The real estate franchise Coldwell Banker tweeted Tuesday night that it was pulling its ads, adding that it was disappointed to see one run on the show.

Credit Karma

Credit Karma spokesman Rick Chen confirmed to HuffPost on Tuesday that the company had pulled its ads: In lighting of the recent concerning allegations, we will not be advertising on this reveal and have asked for our ads to be removed.


LegalZoom, a legal document services company whose ads ran on The OReilly Factor Tuesday night, told HuffPost on Wednesday that it was pulling its commercials.

The OReilly Factor was not part of our intentional media programming and we have pulled all ads from this reveal, a statement from the company read., another company whose ads ran during Tuesday nights episode of the reveal, tweeted Tuesday night that it was working to remove them.

Sanofi Consumer Healthcare

The health products company Sanofi Consumer Healthcare told BuzzFeedon Tuesday that it had removed ads from OReillys show.

The controversy around The OReilly Factor program and allegations made against Bill OReilly are matters that we take seriously and will continue to monitor, a spokesperson said, adding that the company does not endorse the behaviour or sentiments of program hosts or the content.

Constant Contact

Marketing company Constant Contact confirmed to CNN Money on Tuesday that it was pulling ads, but noted that its commercials would continue to run on the program through that evening.

Based on the recent allegations and our strong commitment to inclusion, respect and tolerance in the workplace, we have decided to pull Constant Contacts ads from The OReilly Factor, the spokesperson said.

Pacific Life

Insurance company Pacific Life, which had ads running during Tuesday nights episode, said Wednesday morning that it was no longer an advertiser on the show.


As a company in which more than two-thirds of our employees are women, we take sexual harassment claims very seriously, Aaron Sanandres, CEO of the three men clothing retailer, told The Washington Post on Tuesday. In lighting of the disturbing allegations, we informed our media buyer this morning to reallocate our ad dollars to other displays effective immediately.


Inclusivity and support for women are important Allstate values, the insurance company said in a statement. We are concerned about the questions surrounding the program and we have suspended our advertising.

H& R Block

The tax assistance company H& R Block announced its decision Wednesday morning.

The Wonderful Company

The maker of POM Wonderful juice and FIJI Water told BuzzFeed it has no ad inventory moving forward and that it is committed to a respectful and all-inclusive workplace surrounding and insist upon the same from our business partners.

Old Dominion Freight Line

Freight transportation company ODFL, another company that ran ads Tuesday night, tweeted Wednesday morning that it would pull its commercials.


Pharmaceutical company GSK corroborated with several media outlets that it is temporarily pulling ads while it reviews the situation.

We are continually reviewing our advertising to ensure it is conducted in a responsible way aligned with our values, a spokesperson said. We have temporarily put a hold on places operating on The OReilly Factor while we assess this situation.


The human resources software company corroborated Wednesday that it was pulling commercials from the show.

T. Rowe Price

The investment company corroborated with several media outlets Tuesday afternoon that it would no longer operate ads on The OReilly Factor.


Pain relief narcotic Advil, which is owned by the consumer products company Pfizer, announced its decision Wednesday morning.

The Society for Human Resource Management

SHRM, a membership association for human resources employees, corroborated its decision Tuesday afternoon.


Based on the serious nature of these allegations, we have made the decision to suspend all advertising on the program in question, a spokesperson for Bayer, a German pharmaceuticals company, told CNN Money. This suspension has been requested immediately and will be handled as expeditiously as is practicable. We have been informed, however, that programming changes may not become effective immediately.


Online retailer Wayfair corroborated with several outlets on Tuesday that it was pulling its ads in light of the sexual harassment allegations.

Jenny Craig, Inc.

After rejecting on Tuesday to comment on its advertising strategy, weight loss company Jenny Craig said Wednesday that it would indeed pull its ads.

Ainsworth Pet Nutrition

The pet food company announced its decision to pull ads on Tuesday.


Eye care center Visionworks released a statement Wednesday confirming its decision to pull its ads in response to the allegations against OReilly.


The insurance company announced its decision on Wednesday.


Auto pricing site TrueCar said Tuesday it was reallocating ads slated for The OReilly Factor to other shows.

Proudly Propane

This company ran ads during the reveal Tuesday night, but said Wednesday that it had received objections and would stop airing commercials during OReillys time slot.


Carfax, a site for researching vehicles histories, called the OReilly controversy a distraction from[ its] mission when it announced on Wednesday that it was pulling ads from the program.


The prescription drug coupon company said Wednesday that it is in the process of pulling ads from the show.


The background check company told HuffPost on Wednesday that it was pulling ads from OReillys show.

We continually monitor our advertising to make sure it aligns with our company values, spokesman Shawn Siegel said.

Consumer Cellular

The mobile phone company answered Wednesday to complaints on Twitter with an announcement that it had pulled advertising from the reveal.


Dental company Invisalign corroborated Wednesday afternoon that it was pulling its ads from the show.


MileIQ, a mileage tracking app, announced Wednesday via Twitter that it was pulling ads from OReillys show but that some pre-booked commercials might still run.

Stanley Steemer

The floor-cleaning service Stanley Steemer said Wednesday it is in the process of removing its ads.


The postcard app tweeted Wednesday that it was removing its ads from the reveal but some may still operate, sadly.


At-home exercise company Peloton corroborated Wednesday afternoon it was pulling its ads , noting the change might not be effective right away.


The dessert-topping company tweeted on Wednesday that it is pulling its ads from OReillys show.

Southern New Hampshire University

SNHU pulled ads from the reveal on Tuesday, a spokeswoman for the company corroborated with HuffPost on Wednesday.

In light of recent allegations, SNHU has pulled all advertising from The OReilly Factor, the spokesperson said. As a University, we value diversity, inclusion, and respect for all, and we take every measure to ensure our advertising is consistent with our core values.


Rollins, Inc ., which owns pest control company Orkin, corroborated with CNN Money that it has requested its ads no longer appear on the show.

Orkin buys its advertising in broad dayparts on networks that reach our target audience. We do not buy specific displays, including the OReilly Factor, Rollins, Inc.said. The OReilly Factor is in the daypart that we buy on Fox, and we have added that prove to our Do Not Buy list in the wake of the current allegations.


After its ads ran during OReillys show Tuesday night, the car accessory company replied to several complaints concerning Twitter, saying it was already working on adjusting[ its] advertising schedule. By Wednesday evening, WeatherTech had confirmed on Twitterthat its ads would not appear on that show.


The tractor manufacturer said Thursday morning it had pulled its advertising from OReillys show.

Moberg Pharma

Swedish pharmaceutical company Moberg Pharma said on Twitter Thursday that it was planning to stop advertising immediately.

Next Day Blinds

The window treatment company said Thursday that it had pulled all advertising from The OReilly Factor Wednesday, though an ad still ran that night.

As soon as we learned about the accusations against Bill OReilly, we informed our media buyer to cancel our advertising on The OReilly Factor, spokesperson Nicole Baxter said in an email. Unfortunately, our media buyers cancellation was unable to impact Wednesday evenings show.

Eli Lilly and Co.

Eli Lilly and Co ., a drug company are stationed in Indianapolis, corroborated Thursday that it had suspended advertising on OReillys show.

In light of the serious nature of the accusations made against Bill OReilly, I can confirm that Eli Lilly and Company has suspended its advertising on The OReilly Factor, spokesman Mark Taylor told HuffPost in a statement.


A spokesman for the Irish-based pharmaceutical company, which attains Botox and a number of other medications, told HuffPost Thursday that it would no longer operate ads for its products on the show.

Mattress Firm

After a Mattress Firm ad aired during The OReilly Factor Wednesday night, the company told ThinkProgress editor Judd Legum that it had informed Fox News to stop running the places during OReillys show.


Automotive company Infiniti said in an emailed statement on Thursday it hadchosen to reallocate our resources to other time slots due to recent allegations.

MyPillow( maybe)

The pillow company said in an email that it buys a block of ads from Fox and the network ultimately decides when they air. A MyPillow ad aired during The OReilly Factor Wednesday night.

MyPillow does not condone sexual harassment or any of the allegations against Bill OReilly, the company told HuffPost.MyPillow is investigating whether it can pull its ads from that time block.

Such articles has been updated since its initial publication with the names of several more advertisers .
Kate Abbey-Lambertz contributed reporting .

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Here Are All The Advertisers Fleeing Bill O'Reilly's Show
Here Are All The Advertisers Fleeing Bill O'Reilly's Show

Here Are All The Advertisers Fleeing Bill O'Reilly's Show

Here Are All The Advertisers Fleeing Bill O'Reilly's Show

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