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Due to the uproar over President-elect Donald Trump's decision to appoint former Brietbart chairman Steve Bannon to his administration, a growing number of ad-tech companies are pulling the plug on the site's access to advertising dollars via their systems.
A spokesman for programmatic video company TubeMogul said today that the company has removed the alt-right website from a list of default websites for ad buys because of concerns over offensive language and hate speech. Ads that run on the programmatic exchange are typically served across hundreds of publishers' sites automatically, but to purchase inventory on Breitbart through TubeMogul, advertisers now have to manually type the website into the site-selector section of the company's ad-buying software.