GB News advertiser update

Following last week’s update, All Plants have said that they will no longer be advertising on GB News.

Stop Funding Hate volunteers have again seen few high profile brands advertising on the channel over the past week.

Those that have been seen include:

Sky, Kelloggs, Deva Racing Syndicate, Age Partnership / Key Equity Release, Nathaniel Cars, Cuvva Car Insurance

The Royal Navy, Kardiamobile, MoneySupermarket, H20Hd, Etoro, Pitch Perfect Camping,

BullionHouse, Direct Bullion, NM Money Gold, The Gold Bullion Company, Rosland Gold

The UK Government (NHS), National Lottery, Postcode Lottery, Moneyfarm,

Exroid, Dormeo / Octasmart, Appeal Blinds, Solpadeine, Freemans, On the Market

It’s worth remembering that some of the advertisers listed above may be unaware that they have been appearing on GB News, as the agency that handles ad sales for GB News also sells advertising across a range of other channels.

What next?

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