Post Profile

Rush Limbaugh's Desperate "New Advertisers" Just Want a Little Attention

Amanda, I’m not at all surprised that businesses like Ashley Madison and Seeking an Arrangement are trying to ride the coat tails of the Limbaugh dustup. But I don’t think that they actually want to become Limbaugh sponsors.
read more

See more about: Rush Limbaugh

Related Posts

Which Company Begged To Resume Advertising On Rush Limbaugh's Show And Got Rejected?

Politics : Business Insider: Politix (3 years ago)

As advertisers keep joining in on the Rush Limbaugh boycott, one company only lasted a week before it went back to the conservative talk show host with its tail between its legs. The Los Angeles Times reports that Sleep Train, which...

Limbaugh apology does little to appease advertisers

Industries / Media : Media Wire (3 years ago)

A special micro-morning roundup of only Rush Limbaugh news. “Limbaugh Advertisers Flee Show”: Until the Sandra Fluke debacle, “Produced by Don Fleming” are the only four words you’d be more surprised to read. But seven sponsors have...

Rush Limbaugh pulls the bestiality card to defend Indiana: ‘What happens if you love your dog?’

News : The Raw Story (7 hours ago)

Radio host Rush Limbaugh used the common conservative argument of comparing same-sex marriage to bestiality on Tuesday, seizing on a British tabloid story from last year in his defense of Indiana’s Senate Bill 101. “This business of...

Pro-Adultery Dating Website Wants To Buy Rush Limbaugh's Abandoned Ad Space

Politics : Business Insider: Politix (3 years ago)

Extra-marital dating website Ashley Madison has offered to buy all excess ad inventory for the next three months from advertisers who have pulled out of Rush Limbaugh's show, according to a letter from CEO Noel Biderman posted yeste...

Ashley Madison CEO Tells Soledad O’Brien Why He’s Trying to Buy Up Rush Limbaugh’s Abandoned Advertising Space

News : Mediaite (3 years ago)

Noel Biderman, the CEO of Ashley Madison, an affair-encouraging business that pairs up men and women who are already in relationships, was a guest on Starting Point Wednesday morning, discussing his plans to buy up abandoned adverti...


Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC