Fox News is facing mounting pressure to fire its most famed anchor Bill O'Reilly over a string of sexual harassment allegations.
O'Reilly has been getting a lot of scrutiny after the recent report about settlements paid to multiple women who alleged sexual harassment.
Advertisers are beginning to pull their commercials from Fox News star Bill O'Reilly's flagship broadcast as allegations of sexual harassment continue to grow.
In a statement, Hyundai said it wanted to work with companies that "share our values of inclusion and diversity".
"In light of the disturbing allegations, we instructed our media buyer this morning to reallocate our ad dollars to other shows effective immediately", Untuckit Chief Executive Aaron Sanandres said in an email.
"Mr. O'Reilly's case is part of a larger culture that condones the harassment and objectification of women at Fox News", wrote NOW president Terry O'Neill in a statement. Walsh said she's not looking to file a lawsuit and she's not looking for a settlement from Fox News.
Fox News, one of the most-watched cable news networks has been making headlines in the recent past for the wrong reasons.
At politicalgarbagechute.com, we're told that Fox News plans a show called "Bill & The Other Bill" - hosted by Cosby and O'Reilly".
The O'Reilly Factor is the most widely viewed USA cable news show, with an average of 3.98 million viewers in early 2017, according to Adweek.
His long-running show remains the most watched cable news program in the U.S., averaging around four million viewers.
Global asset management firm T. Rowe Price also joined the list, while Mercedes-Benz announced on Monday that it was pulling its ads from the 8 p.m. ET program.
Meanwhile, an attorney for a former guest on his show is calling for an independent investigation of sexual harassment allegations against him.
The decision comes after The New York Times reported O'Reilly and Fox News had paid five women $13m to settle allegations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour.
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Together, they've kept O'Reilly front and center on the network, despite all the payments that O'Reilly, Fox and parent company 21st Century Fox have made over the past dozen years to quell such accusations.
Julie Roginsky, the Fox contributor, said that a promised position on the Fox show "The Five" never happened after she rejected Ailes' sexual advances.
Fox's founding CEO Roger Ailes resigned past year after Gretchen Carlson and several other women accused him of harassment and other misbehaviors.