No condoms are shown during the discreet second commerical promoting Durex brand condoms, and no reference is made to the product until a brief pitch is flashed on the screen in the final seconds. The Independent Broadcasting Authority, which regulates independent broadcasters in Britain, announced earlier this month it would lift its ban on advertising of specific birth control products Saturday as part of a campaign to reduce the spread of AIDS. The broadcasting authority has drafted rules that require the commercials to be in good taste and to not promote promiscuity.
The WB network will run the ads after 9 p. Until now, condom ads were only shown late at night when children were assumed to be asleep. The No.
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Should television carry advertisements for condoms? The question is part of a growing debate. In a recent speech in Washington, Dr.
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After decades of protecting the public from prophylactics, advertising regulators have confirmed there are to be less stringent rules governing condom ads on prime-time television. A change in the advertising code allowing the contraceptive to be advertised before the 9pm watershed was included as part of efforts to cut Britain's high rate of teenage pregnancy. Under the biggest shake-up of TV advertising rules for decades, several other products may be promoted on television for the first time including betting tips, herbal medicines and pornographic films and magazines — although the latter can only appear on "adult" channels protected by pin code.
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Jump to navigation. On Monday, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting restricted airing of condom advertisements on television, after repeated complaints. The advertisements will now be shown only between 10 PM and 6 AM.
A study issued by the Kaiser Family Foundation last week found that most American consumers have a positive attitude toward condom ads on network TV. Of the 1, Americans surveyed by the foundation, an independent national health philanthropy, 71 percent were in favor of condom ads airing on TV. Thirty-seven percent of the respondents said such ads should be allowed to air at any time, while 34 percent said they should air at certain times, such as after 10 p. The findings come as the nation finds itself in its 20th year of struggling with the AIDS epidemic.