Superbowl ads gay dating site
As always, we are open to working with the client on alternative submissions.""We're 100% serious," Man Crunch spokesperson Elissa Buchter said. If the ad showed a man and woman kissing it would have been accepted. If the ad doesn't air on the Super Bowl, it will air on another network.You see ads for erectile dysfunction morning, noon and night. UPDATE 1/29: CBS has formally rejected the ad, saying the spot “is not within the network’s broadcast standards for Super Bowl Sunday.” That, and they weren’t certain Mancrunch.com’s credit was good enough to afford the ad, even though the site said it would pay cash in advance.Update: CBS has rejected an ad from gay dating site Man Crunch, telling the site that the ad "is not within the Network's Broadcast Standards for Super Bowl Sunday.", James Hibberd reports at The Live Feed"After reviewing the ad - which is entirely commercial in nature - our Standards and Practices department decided not to accept this particular spot.It isn’t sexual; it isn’t filled with cursing; it isn’t wink-wink about anything controversial.
Man Crunch says it wants the ad (below) reviewed just in case an advertiser drops out at the last minute.
Or, you know, to make CBS conclude whether it’s going to issue a blanket “no gays allowed” policy for the Super Bowl, while accepting, against its own policy, an advocacy ad from FOTF.
This, from the same network that’s letting Focus on the Family run its anti-abortion ad?
But that’s not CBS’s only exercise of its alleged anti-gay ad policy.
The gay dating website Man Crunch.com, which carries the tagline “Where many, many, many men come out to play,” submitted a 30-second spot that is, CBS says, still under review.
But they told Man Crunch they shouldn’t expect to see it air during the big game; all spots were sold out. It told Pop Tarts there was still room for its preservatives-laced tasty treat.