Laura Ingraham’s radio show is over -- but she's still on Fox News
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Right-wing radio host Laura Ingraham has been hemorrhaging advertisers after a petty attack on a teenager who survived the Parkland, Florida massacre.


As of April, Ingraham had lost 24 advertisers to her Fox News show thanks to an online campaign mobilized by David Hogg, who called out the fringe host for her bullying. But as of October, those advertisers still didn't return.

"It’s not unusual for advertisers to flee temporarily when controversy strikes a television program," wrote Politico. "But the sustained loss of advertising minutes and big, nationally recognized brands from "The Ingraham Angle" shows the power of activist-led boycotts and the depth of major corporations' concerns about offending would-be consumers in the hyper-politicized era of President Donald Trump."

Media Matters announced Ingraham's show was over, but she's still trying to hold on by doing a podcast. Her Fox News show will also continue. The weekly radio show ends its run after 17 years. It has "served as a safe space for the Fox News host and her guests to make cruel jokes, practice racism, demonize immigrants, and push wild conspiracy theories. The world will be better off without it," the site described.

They went on to list some of the worst moments of Ingraham and her attacks on dozens of groups including children, refugees, immigrants, Muslims, the Obamas and more.

The podcast begins next month, but it is unclear if private donors are footing the bill for the production or if businesses will sponsor it.