Thanks especially to Jay for the great recommendation about asking advertisers to avoid fake news sources. It's a fantastic idea, and an excellent example of how skeptics can take direct action.
On the other side of the coin, how about otherwise respectable (or should be) media that take advertising from cranks? The public radio station here in Athens, GA takes advertising from "Dr." Martha Allen http://www.drmarthaallen.com/
, a naturopath. She touts homeopathy, TCM/acupuncture, "Chinese and Western herbal medicine", etc. to treat all sorts of things including diabetes, colds/flu, bronchitis, depression, asthma, menopause, etc.
You would think a university radio station would be a bit more intellectually responsible.
As for SGU, I cringe at the ads for Blue Apron. I tried it out once and the package was about 30 pounds containing less than five pounds of anything actually edible. Most of it was these two humungous "ice" blocks. I put that in quotes because one of them split open and it was some kind of gnarly goo. And all the food was wrapped in one, two, or even three bags.