Travel website Orbitz announced on Thursday it would review its media buying in response to a campaign from gay groups to drop Fox News.

The Drop Fox campaign launched last month by three gay groups – GLAAD, Equality Matters and Courage Campaign – appealed to gay-friendly Orbitz to walk away from advertising on Fox News.

The groups said the network “blatantly promotes an anti-gay political agenda.” Roughly 200,000 people signed onto a petition calling on Orbitz to split from the right-leaning network.

“The question posed to Orbitz by many within the LGBT community resulted in our decision to review the policies and process used to evaluate where advertising is heard,” the company said in a statement.

“Orbitz has heard from the LGBT community about its concerns that its advertisements appear on programs which have objectionable content.”

While the company remained non-committal, it has agreed to “conduct a review of programming on the full range of media we buy.”

The Drop Fox campaign had been criticized by anti-gay marriage group the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), which labeled the effort “bullying.”