These are Sean Hannity's advertisers

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Sean Hannity is a professional propagandist for President Donald Trump, as well as a bigot, a sexist, and a conspiracy theorist. As host of Fox News’ Hannity, he has used his platform to advocate for authoritarian tactics toward the press, defend Trump's obstruction of the investigation into collusion between the president's associates and Russia, and attack judges who have ruled against Trump’s Muslim bans. Below is a list of companies that advertised during Hannity's Fox News show in May:

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Hannity’s primary advertisers Hannity’s other advertisers Advertisers who've announced they'll no longer advertise on Hannity

Here are Hannity’s primary advertisers:

Alfa Romeo

Allstate

Angie’s List

AstraZeneca

Bayer

Beaches

Blink Health

Booking.com

Capital One

Consumer Cellular

DirecTV

ExxonMobil

Harvest Right

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Hisamitsu Pharmaceutical

Hulu

Hyundai

Jenny Craig

John Deere

Liberty Mutual

LoanDepot

Mercedes-Benz

Mission.com

Mitsubishi

Nutrisystem

Optum

PC Matic

ProFlowers

Publishers Clearing House

Sandals

Shari’s Berries

Terminix

UNTUCKit

USAA [2]

Vanda Pharmaceuticals

Here are Hannity’s other advertisers:

AC Pro

ADT Security Services

Allergan

Ancestry.com

America's Biopharmaceutical Companies

American Petroleum Institute

Amerifit

Armor All

AT&T

Athene

Atkins

Audi

Australian Dream

Avis

BASF

Bass Pro Shops

Bath Fitter

Bausch + Lomb

Beaches Resorts

Biotix Plus

Blue-Emu

Bounty

BP

CA Technologies

Cascade

Centrum

CenturyLink

Chamonix

Charles Tyrwhitt

Charmin

Chattem

Cialis

Claritin

ClearChoice

Comedy Central

Credit Associates

Dulcolax

Donald J. Trump for President

DR Power Equipment

Dr. Scholl’s

Duracell

Ebates

eHarmony

Eli Lilly and Company

Expedia

Fabletics

Ferndale Healthcare

Fixodent

Fleet Labs

Freshpet

Geico

Gilead Sciences

GlaxoSmithKline

GoDaddy

Golden Corral

Goldwater Law Firm

Grasshopper

Harvoni

Head & Shoulders

HomeAdvisor

HomeAway

HomeLight

HomeToGo.com

IBM

Indeed

Intel

Infiniti

Jaguar

Jardiance

Jewelry Exchange

JoC. A. Bank Clothiers

JustFab

Kerasal

Kia

Kingdom

La Quinta

LendingTree

Lexus

LifeLock

magicJack

Marie Callender's

Mattress Firm

Men’s Wearhouse

Microsoft

Miracle-Ear

Mission Max

MTailor

My Pillow

Namely

Navy Federal Credit Union

Netflix

Nissan

Novartis

NRA Foundation

Oral-B

Orkin

Oscar Mayer

OurTime

Panera Bread

Pfizer

Phazyme Gas and Acid

Phillips' Colon Health

Poligrip

Preen

Prevagen

Principal

Quincy Bioscience

Qunol

Quten IP Holdings, LLC

Raid

Recta Care

Reddi Wip

Reelz

RockAuto

Rocket Mortgage

Safelite

Sea-Bond

ServPro

Scotts

Simpli Safe

Sirius XM

Sleep Number

Smart Mouth

SoClean

SoFi

Soothe XP

Stanley Steemer

Staples

Stein Mart

Stitch Fix

Subaru

SuperBeets

Super Beta Prostate

Swiffer

Symbicort

Takeda Pharmaceuticals

Tempur-Pedic

Tide

Touchnote

TruStage

United Milage Plus Explorer Card

Varidesk

Venus

Visiting Angels

Vistaprint

Volvo

Vonage

Wagner OEX

Wax-Rx

Wayfair

WeatherTech

ZeroWater

These are the advertisers who've announced they'll no longer advertise on Hannity:

Boehringer Ingelheim

Cars.com

Casper

Crowne Plaza

Leesa Sleep

Peloton

Ring.com

TD Ameritrade 

Viking Cruises [3] 

Zenni Optical

This list consists of advertisers from the month of May.

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NOTES

[1] GoodRx -- After the publication of this list, GoodRx reached out to advise that their recent television buy is over and that they do not have any future television buys planned. They want to be very clear that because the buy is over, they did not technically remove any ads. They also wanted to make it clear that if they do run ads in the future, they may or may not advertise on Hannity's program. (Observation: GoodRx seems especially concerned about the unfortunate controversy they have been dragged into. Their situation is an illustration of the pitfalls of not being intentional with ad buys and getting swept up in associations with volatile personalities like Hannity.)

[2] USAA -- On May 30, USAA decided to return to advertising on Sean Hannity's show after originally removing their ads.

[3] Viking Cruises -- In a statement provided to Media Matters on May 30, a spokesperson for Viking Cruises confirmed that the company will "no longer be advertising" on Sean Hannity's program.

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Fox News Channel
Person
Sean Hannity
Show/Publication
Hannity
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