Online dating commercial rejected gay Senior adult dating site
According to a rep for the dating site, which operates under the slogan “Where Many Many Many Men Come Out to Play,” the ad was submitted on Monday, January 18th.
When the site followed up on the status of the ad on Friday, January 22nd, they were told by CBS that “the spot hadn’t been officially approved yet" by network standards, and that "all the Super Bowl spots were sold out.” SLIDESHOW: Click here to see famous banned Super Bowl ads.
To resolve the dispute, Karger, who had posted a letter to Comcast CEO Brian Roberts on his California group's website, rightsequalrights.com, had a one-on-one meeting at the Comcast Center on Saturday with a senior vice president.
Karger was traveling on the East Coast, allowing him to come to Philadelphia.
“The ad is still under review, the process takes a little while,” a rep from CBS said.
The company initially approved the cable ads for broadcast in five Utah television markets.
Healthy long-haul relationships look the same all over the world, and all over the demographic map.
If Warren needs to see more data before he accepts that, he should go out and gather it. And the financial incentive is obviously there—so what's stopping him? In fact, I think it's fair to say that gay men were the trailblazers of the online dating game." So the "Nope, still gay" ad is great. What about the other ads in Chemistry.com's current campaign—the ones targeted at straight guys and gals?
The ad featured a male Packers fan and a male Vikings fan reaching into the same bowl of chips at the same time, and after a brief pause, passionately kissing and dry humping each other, much to the surprise of the other man present.
The advertisement was initially put on a waiting list before the network outright rejected it due to it violating CBS's broadcast standards and because CBS believed Man Crunch's did not have sufficient credit (ability to pay for the ad).