Fox News presenter Laura Ingraham announced on Friday that she will be released next week after almost a dozen recruits hired her show after the conservative expert mocked a Florida school massacre teenage survivor.
Eleven companies have hired their ads following a pushback from Parkland student David Hogg, 17, who called for a boycott of their advertisers.
Hogg Aimed At Host Show "Ingraham Angle" After Mocking Him on Twitter (19659002) Hogg is a February 14 mass shooting survivor who killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Suburb Fort Lauderdale killed. He and other classmates have become faces of a new youth movement demanding stricter weapon restrictions.
Hogg tweeted a list of a dozen companies advertising "The Ingraham Angle" and urged his supporters to challenge the cancellation
On Thursday, Ingraham tweeted an apology "in the spirit of Holy Week" and said it regret that she hurt or annoyed Hogg or one of parkland's "valiant victims".
But her apology did not stop companies from moving.
The companies announcing that they are canceling their ads are: Nutrish, the pet food line of celebrity chef Rachael Ray, Travel Website TripAdvisor Inc, online store salesman Wayfair Inc, the World. Www.sig.biz/site The company Nestle SA, the online streaming service Hulu, the travel website Expedia Group Inc and the online shopping service Stitch Fix
According to CBS News, Friday is four. English: www.cosmetic-business.com/en/showar…p?art_id=575 Other companies joining the list include Office Depot, the diet firm Jenny Craig, Atlantis, Paradise Island Resort and Johnson & Johnson, which manufactures pharmaceuticals and consumer products such as Band-Aids, Neutrogena Beauty products and Tylenol.
Hogg wrote an apology on Twitter that merely appeased advertisers was not enough.
Ingraham's show runs on Fox News, part of Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. A Fox News representative was not immediately available for comment.