Meta had previously announced that RT would no longer be eligible to monetize its content on the company’s platforms.
Roku, the company that sells hardware which allows users to stream content through the internet, said Monday night that it would also bar RT in Europe.
Television providers across the world are also dropping RT.
1+1 Media Group, a Ukrainian media conglomerate, said Monday that it had written a joint letter with other Ukrainian media companies to television and other providers imploring them to scrub Russian news channels from their services.
“More than 20 local providers from Poland, Australia, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Canada, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Bulgaria, Germany, as well as representatives of international corporations have already responded to the request,” 1+1 Media Group said in a press release. “As of 26 February they have started the turning off of the propagandistic TV channels on their satellites, cable networks and across other platforms and sources.”
1+1 Media Group said some of the providers have started to air the United News Marathon, a nonstop stream of news produced by the company with other Ukrainian media outlets, in place of the channels it previously carried.
“We have observed a significant increase in the number of programs on the RT service that warrant investigation under our Broadcasting Code,” Ofcom said in a statement.
In the US, RT still continues to have a foothold. Both DirecTV and DISH broadcast RT America, the US version of the outlet, to their customers.
When asked for comment, a DISH spokesperson told CNN, “Our thoughts are with all the people of Ukraine, and particularly with our team members in the country. We are closely monitoring the situation.”
The DISH spokesperson did not elaborate beyond the brief statement.
A DirecTV spokesperson did not respond to a request for comment.
A handful of RT staffers have also publicly quit the network in recent days, adding to the outlet’s turmoil.
A spokesperson for RT did not respond to a request for comment from CNN.