It’s not just Keurig. These big brands are pulling ads from Hannity after Moore coverage

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Single-serving coffee-maker Keurig got into hot water with “Hannity” fans after announcing that it would pull its ads from Sean Hannity’s TV show.

Keurig stopped running ads during Hannity’s 9 p.m. time slot on Fox News after he defended Senate candidate Roy Moore amid allegations Moore routinely pursued romantic relationships with underage girls.

But it’s not just Keurig. Companies like E-Trade ETFC, +0.62% TripAdvisor TRIP, -2.24%   and many of the brands in Conagra’s CAG, +2.96%  portfolio are echoing Keurig’s public denouncement of Hannity.

Here’s a running list of other companies that have announced that they would stop running ads on the show, as well as recent advertisers who said they would no longer advertise on the show, according to non-profit Media Matters for America:

  • 23andMe
  • E-Trade
  • Eloquii
  • Green Mountain Coffee
  • Hebrew National (Conagra)
  • Hello Fresh
  • Hubble
  • Marie Callender’s (Conagra)
  • Nature’s Bounty
  • Reddi Whip (Conagra)
  • Society for Human Resource Management
  • TripAdvisor
  • Untuckit
  • YMCA

Many of the companies publicly made the announcement they would drop Hannity via messages on social network Twitter TWTR, -0.59%  .

Volvo’s VOLVB, -0.25%   stance is a little more unclear. The company tweeted on Monday that it would cease advertising on the show, but that tweet has since been deleted.

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