Race baiter Glenn Beck had to start his "media empire" because activists convinced 100s advertisers to stop associating their brand with him. News Corp investors didn't care about what he said, until he stopped bringing in ad revenue.
Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter and Politico's Ethan Epstein discuss Rush Limbaugh's continuing problems following his advertiser boycott.
What does that make supporters of the movement?
Chicago is now trying to drop him, and Indiana just sent him to the tall cornfields.
Rush is on his way out. It's only a question of when.
Media Matters' Angelo Carusone and Holland Cooke joined Ed Schultz to discuss the decline of advertising dollars on right wing hate radio.
Evidently Bill Maher's concept of free speech involves letting the guy with the microphone say whatever, while the rest of us have no right to object.
Limbaugh may not sue, but I would never say he couldn't win. Not now.
Rush Limbaugh is a millstone around the neck of the talk radio format.
In addition to FreedomWorks, Rush is now collecting even more stipends from right wing nonprofits to stay afloat.
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