IBM Joins Advertiser Stampede From Laura Ingraham

The Wrap reports:

Laura Ingraham’s mass exodus of advertisers is picking up steam, as IBM quietly pulled its advertising from “The Ingraham Angle.” “IBM no longer advertises on the show you referenced,” a spokesman for the company told TheWrap. The tech company becomes the 23rd sponsor to boycott the show in recent days. Ingraham didn’t mention the Hogg dispute on her subsequent shows, but on March 30, she announced she was taking a week off for what she called an Easter vacation with her family.

AdAge reports:

Ingraham last week went on a planned spring-break vacation with her children, according to Fox News. On March 30, the last episode she hosted before that break, 15 ads ran from 13 marketers, according to iSpot.TV. Monday night’s return episode included nine commercials from seven advertisers. Advertisers in the Monday episode include the in-home care organization Visiting Angels, MyPillow, water filter brand ZeroWater, SlimFast, Lear Capital, Bavarian Edge and Beaches resorts.