To: Progressive, Capital One, Applebee's, IHOP (Dine Brands),, Angie's List, and Home Advisors (IAC Interactive), P&G, Bayer, Nestle, Nutrisystem, Liberty Mutual, Sandals, Allstate, and BowFlex/Nautilus

Tell Advertisers: Drop Fox

Fox News is a malevolent and destructive force.

Not only is the network's programming becoming increasingly extreme, deceitful, and racist, but Fox News is also functioning as Donald Trump's personal propaganda operation. As the network helped fuel hysteria over a migrant caravan thousands of miles from the border and Fox host Sean Hannity joined Trump at a campaign rally, a wide range of leading media voices began calling for corrective action.

Financial Times U.S. National Editor Edward Luce, conservative columnist Max Boot, Hollywood Reporter Editor-at-Large Kim Masters, producer and director Judd Apatow, and many others called out Fox News' remaining advertisers for continuing to support the network.

They all recognized the same thing: Fox News will not change unless forced. We need a persistent effort, starting with pressure on Fox News' major advertisers to reject the network, until it actually imposes and enforces some baseline standards.

Why is this important?

Right now, companies that do business with Fox News are financially supporting bigotry, dangerous lies, and harmful conspiracy theories. Since the network is a propaganda operation, these companies are also financially supporting and enabling Trump's politics.

Reasons for signing

  • Fake Offensive Xenophobic News
  • The American people deserve the real story, & the important parts of the narrative are the truth & solid facts, & what American people should value less is a room full of reporters that believe one of best assets is to leave personal opinion at home, & a good news commentator distinguishes the difference in entertainment news, are news that is real & seeking stories that are valuable & keep the world focused concurrent
  • All news stations must be held accountable for the facts and for reporting accurately. If a mistake is made, then it must be corrected immediately.