Cbs rejects gay dating sites super bowl

Executives from the site argue that CBS' decision has more to do with discrimination than it does with any credit status issue, as they offered to pay a cash advance to finance the ad.

Most it would've gotten at that time would be a mass hissing and insults before unceremoniously flinged aside.

She added, “The creative is PG-rated and doesn’t feature any tongue or overt sexuality.” In a commercial clearance report form (provided to EW by Man Crunch.com), CBS notified the website that its ad had not been approved, stating that the creative content was not within in the Network’s Broadcast Standards for Super Bowl Sunday. “Our Sales Department has had difficulty verifying your organization’s credit status,” the form states.

“Should you wish to explore future buys on the CBS Television Network, the credit issue will have to be clarified.” A 30-second spot during this year’s Super Bowl costs an estimated .6 million.

Now the hissing, insulting is still around but mingled with an apologetic hint and look at the money of the gay dating agency!

That wouldn't be imagined even in 1980 when gay awareness was just starting out!

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