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."We are always open to working with a client on alternative submissions." CBS (CBS, Fortune 500) said it turned down the ad partly for financial reasons, but Man Crunch believes that there's more to it than that.
It shows two football fans watching a game on television and cheering.
Then, as they both reach for a bowl of potato chips at the same time, their hands meet.
When asked whether they might try to advertise during the Olympics or perhaps in the Stanley Cup finals, Friesen wouldn’t say.
Originally Man hoped the Super Bowl would be a great launching vehicle to let the world know about its service. The Man ad controversy comes on the heels of another commercial slated for the Super Bowl that has raised eyebrows for another reason.
Friesen refused to identify who owns the dating site, saying it was a privately held company.
He also said the company is making plans to try to get air time on another network.
After looking into each other’s eyes, the two embrace and kiss passionately.
A third fan looks on and appears very shocked and surprised to see the lip lock.“It’s certainly discrimination on the part of CBS,” said Friesen who rejects the television giant’s suggestion that the commercial was low on production values and that the company’s credit wasn’t verifiable.
CBS attracted criticism from liberals and pro-choice advocates for accepting an ad from Focus on the Family, a conservative organization, in which University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow and his mother relate a personal story to illustrate their opposition to abortion.
CBS Television has rejected a Toronto-based gay dating site’s commercial that it had hoped would run during the Super Bowl.
In short, if a Media Network feels the content is contrary to its corporate sponsers or is substantially not matching their target audience, its not shown.