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A representative for the site said CBS had informed them that "all the Super Bowl spots were sold out.” The dating site had requested the ad be reviewed “in case another advertiser drops out.” On Friday, CBS officially rejected the ad, saying the "creative is not within the network’s broadcast standards for Super Bowl Sunday." “If it were a heterosexual couple or even two women, it probably would have gotten approved,” Elissa Buchter, a spokeswoman for Man Crunch, told CNBC."After reviewing the ad – which is entirely commercial in nature – our Standards & Practices department decided not to accept this particular spot," CBS said in a statement."The Women’s Media Center and organizations dedicated to reproductive rights, tolerance, and social justice, are urging the network to immediately cancel this ad.”CBS is reportedly standing by their decision, and producers said they would consider accepting any other "responsibly produced" advocacy ads for broadcast.
And, many of those eyes will be met by a big, gay-themed ad.
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(CNN) -- For the last two weeks I've listened to people all up in arms that former University of Florida quarterback Tim Tebow will star in a 30-second, anti-abortion commercial with his mom during Sunday's Super Bowl.
(The site claims it spent more than 0,000 to produce the ad and has raised some million from investors.) The cost of airing a 30-second spot during the Feb. The Eye drew the ire of women’s groups earlier in the week for taking the Tebow ad, which was paid for by Focus on the Family, a Christian group.
According to reports, that 30-second ad recounts how Tebow’s mother rejected advice from doctors to abort her son.
On Wednesday, the network announced that they had approved a pro-life commercial starring Florida quarterback Tim Tebow, funded by the conservative Christian group Focus on the Family, to air during the game.“CBS’s recent decision to air an anti-choice advertisement during Super Bowl XLIV was outrageous,” a rep from advocacy group The Women’s Media Center said.