Corporate Advertisers Including Grolsch, Nivea, and Ikea Bow To Hate Groups By Pulling Their Ads From Startup GB News

Activist groups have been attempting to cancel GB News for months, even before it launched

Credit: Reclaim The Net


Multiple advertisers including Grolsch, Nivea, and Ikea have pulled their ads from popular UK news channel GB News, days after its Sunday debut.

The news channel has positioned itself as an alternative to the legacy mainstream media broadcasters and promised to “approach stories differently and challenge media conventions.”

But this promise to finally offer a different perspective on the news has attracted the attention of cancel groups such as Stop Funding Hate – a group that pressures advertisers into pulling their support from publications that it subjectively deems to be spreading “hate and division.”

Months before GB News even launched, Stop Funding Hate accused the broadcaster of bringing “Fox News Style” TV to Britain and called on its hundreds of thousands of social media followers to contact advertisers and demand that they don’t advertise on GB News.

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