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NETWORK Ten used subliminal advertising during the 2007 Aria Awards, but the media authority will not penalise the broadcaster.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) today found Network Ten guilty of breaching the Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice during the broadcast of the 2007 ARIA Music Awards on October 28.
Originally posted by duffster
I don't see the problem don't all the tv stations do the same thing ? It's called will power Say NO mmmm KFC must have KFC for dinner Dam!! Kryties
Originally posted by leearco
If they have to advertise I much prefer product placements because at least you know what they are doing.