Rush Limbaugh's Advertisers, March 9

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At least 50 advertisers have reportedly dropped their ads from Rush Limbaugh's radio show in the wake of his misogynistic attacks on Sandra Fluke.

Here are his March 9 advertisers, in the order they appeared on WABC, the flagship station for Limbaugh's show. Audio clips of the ads have been provided to help make advertisers aware of the placement of their ads on the program.

Advertisers with links on their names have already stated that they have asked to have their ads excluded from Limbaugh's show.

HOUR 1, COMMERCIAL BREAK 1

[ABC News update]

  • Baracuda Networks
  • Netflix [On March 6, Netflix said that its "spots were picked up in error" and that it has "instructed [its] advertising agency to make sure this error will not happen again." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]

HOUR 1, COMMERCIAL BREAK 2

  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Ad Council
  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council
  • New York City Office of Emergency Management, and the Ad Council
  • Feeding America, and the Ad Council
  • UNCF, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that a council spokesman for the organization said: "We cannot control or predict where they appear. ... We find out from reporting afterwards." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • American Heart Association, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that according to the organization's executive vice president of communications, the AHA "will be asking WABC to no longer utilize these unpaid PSAs." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the Ad Council

[Note: The Ad Council distributes public service announcements "to the media who donate free time and space to our campaigns which ensures our messages reach the American public."]

HOUR 1, COMMERCIAL BREAK 3

[WABC News Break]

  • Quietus
  • Brighter.com [Note: A spokesperson for Brighter.com contacted Media Matters and advised that this Brigher.com ad ran as a result of "inventory being placed indiscriminately by a media buying agency," stressed that Brighter.com did not deliberately advertise on this program, and confirmed that Brighter.com has "taken steps to assure this does not happen in the future." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]

HOUR 1, COMMERCIAL BREAK 4

  • New York City of Emergency Management, and the Ad Council
  • American Heart Association, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that according to the organization's executive vice president of communications, the AHA "will be asking WABC to no longer utilize these unpaid PSAs." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Ad Council
  • Feeding America, and the Ad Council

HOUR 1, COMMERCIAL BREAK 5

  • New York City Office of Emergency Management, and the Ad Council
  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council
  • UNCF, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that a council spokesman for the organization said: "We cannot control or predict where they appear. ... We find out from reporting afterwards." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Ad Council
  • American Heart Association, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that according to the organization's executive vice president of communications, the AHA "will be asking WABC to no longer utilize these unpaid PSAs." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council

HOUR 1, COMMERCIAL BREAK 6

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that when contacted for comment, the organization "didn't respond to phone messages." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]

HOUR 2, COMMERCIAL BREAK 1

[ABC News update]

  • New York City Office Of Emergency Management, and the Ad Council
  • The American Heart Association, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that according to the organization's executive vice president of communications, the AHA "will be asking WABC to no longer utilize these unpaid PSAs." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • Feeding America, and the Ad Council
  • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Ad Council
  • The Small Business Authority in association with the Corporate Tax Network

HOUR 2, COMMERCIAL BREAK 2

  • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Ad Council
  • New York City Office of Emergency Management, and the Ad Council
  • The American Heart Association, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that according to the organization's executive vice president of communications, the AHA "will be asking WABC to no longer utilize these unpaid PSAs." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • UNCF, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that a council spokesman for the organization said: "We cannot control or predict where they appear. ... We find out from reporting afterwards." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council
  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council
  • Raw-Nation (Hot Rawks)

HOUR 2, COMMERCIAL BREAK 3

[WABC News update]

  • New York City Office of Emergency Management, and the Ad Council
  • The American Heart Association, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that according to the organization's executive vice president of communications, the AHA "will be asking WABC to no longer utilize these unpaid PSAs." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • Feeding America, and the Ad Council
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that when contacted for comment, the organization "didn't respond to phone messages." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]

HOUR 2, COMMERCIAL BREAK 4

  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Ad Council
  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Ad Council
  • New York City Office of Emergency Management, and the Ad Council
  • American Heart Association, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that according to the organization's executive vice president of communications, the AHA "will be asking WABC to no longer utilize these unpaid PSAs." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council

HOUR 2, COMMERCIAL BREAK 5

  • New York City Office of Emergency Management, and the Ad Council
  • The American Heart Association, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that according to the organization's executive vice president of communications, the AHA "will be asking WABC to no longer utilize these unpaid PSAs." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • UNCF, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that a council spokesman for the organization said: "We cannot control or predict where they appear. ... We find out from reporting afterwards." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that when contacted for comment, the organization "didn't respond to phone messages." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • Feeding America, and the Ad Council

HOUR 3, COMMERCIAL BREAK 1

[ABC News update]

  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Ad Council
  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Ad Council
  • New York City Office of Emergency Management, and the Ad Council
  • American Heart Association, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that according to the organization's executive vice president of communications, the AHA "will be asking WABC to no longer utilize these unpaid PSAs." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council

HOUR 3, COMMERCIAL BREAK 2

  • UNCF, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that a council spokesman for the organization said: "We cannot control or predict where they appear. ... We find out from reporting afterwards." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • American Heart Association, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that according to the organization's executive vice president of communications, the AHA "will be asking WABC to no longer utilize these unpaid PSAs." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • New York City Office of Emergency Management, and the Ad Council
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that when contacted for comment, the organization "didn't respond to phone messages." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • Feeding America, and the Ad Council

HOUR 3, COMMERCIAL BREAK 3

[WABC News Break]

  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Ad Council
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Ad Council
  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council
  • American Heart Association, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that according to the organization's executive vice president of communications, the AHA "will be asking WABC to no longer utilize these unpaid PSAs." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • New York City Office of Emergency Management, and the Ad Council
  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council

HOUR 3, COMMERCIAL BREAK 4

  • The American Heart Association, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that according to the organization's executive vice president of communications, the AHA "will be asking WABC to no longer utilize these unpaid PSAs." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • New York City Office of Emergency Management, and the Ad Council
  • UNCF, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that a council spokesman for the organization said: "We cannot control or predict where they appear. ... We find out from reporting afterwards." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]
  • Feeding America, and the Ad Council
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Ad Council

HOUR 3, COMMERCIAL BREAK 5

  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council
  • New York City Office of Emergency Management, and the Ad Council
  • U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Ad Council
  • Save the Children, and the Ad Council
  • The American Heart Association, and the Ad Council [Note: A March 8 Bloomberg News article reported that according to the organization's executive vice president of communications, the AHA "will be asking WABC to no longer utilize these unpaid PSAs." Media Matters will continue to monitor.]

HOUR 3, COMMERCIAL BREAK 6

  • WABC Geraldo Promo
  • WABC Jason Mattera Show Promo
  • WABC The Rush Limbaugh Show Promo

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