Cbs rejects ad from gay dating website Free 1800sex
"Quite frankly, there is a lot of ad space available — a lot of the companies that typically advertise during the Super Bowl are not advertising this year." So which is it CBS?
Are you denying Man Crunch the right to buy the airtime or is there really not any airtime left?
Rachel Larris Funny that even though CBS changed their policy towards advocacy ads they rejected an ad for a gay dating website saying it "is not within the Network's Broadcast Standards for Super Bowl Sunday." The network shot down the commercial Friday in a letter to the site — Man — saying the "creative is not within the Network’s Broadcast Standards for Super Bowl Sunday." Also the network said its sales department had difficulty verifying the credit of the site to guarantee payment of the estimated .5 million cost to air the ad.
"After reviewing the ad – which is entirely commercial in nature – our Standards and Practices department decided not to accept this particular spot," said CBS in a statement.
"It’s clearly a form of discrimination that we’re getting the runaround, that we’re not being told the truth," he said.I see them kissing in subways just to attract attention. Old bat Barbara Walters never fail to get more sleazy and desperate by the minute by choosing to interview Idols runner up Adam after his disgusting fame hungry and attention seeking display on TV putting his mouth to the others guys private bits.These people lose their character ounce by ounce each min."As always, we are open to working with the client on alternative submissions." If you’ve been following CBS’s twisting explanation for why it’s allowing the ad created by the Focus on the Family ad featuring Tim Tebow and his mother Pam to air after years of rejecting ads for progressive causes for being too "controversial" you might have heard that they recently changed their policy."We have for some time moderated our approach to advocacy submissions after it became apparent that our stance did not reflect public sentiment or industry norms," said spokesman Dana Mc Clintock.
When they treat gays like real men and they start running for lawyers crying that "Oh, they treat me so tough because am gay" they will regret it because it will open the flood gates of money to pay out for cases.