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to call or direct attention to something

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But the Church of England was informed that, due to a DCM policy not to run adverts which could potentially cause offence, the video would not be shown.
ASDA Supermarket giant Asda broadcast their Christmas advert during last weekend's episode of The X Factor.
The 120-second advert, created by the mindfulness app, Calm, which recently surpassed 2.
JENNIE BAILLIE: I don't think the adverts should be banned, I think children are more likely to want something because their friends have it.
Fans continued to bombard social media last night with complaints - raising pressure on other brands including Subway, Doritos and Head & Shoulders to pull their adverts too.
The adverts were subsequently banned from appearing online.
Marks and Spencer and BSkyB were among the companies who withdrew their adverts after an advert was placed on a Facebook page called 'cute and gay boys' featuring photographs of teenage boys.
The Advertising Standards Agency, which assigned no blame to Coral, told Turner to ensure it had fail safe processes and procedures in place so that gambling adverts were not broadcast during or close to programmes aimed at under-18s.
There, they were told that fellow Dublin citizens had been complaining and the advert was removed across the country, not just Dublin," he said.
But the See What Sam Sees film has been banned from being shown on television after regulators said it contravened the Communications Act 2003 - due to the fact that Balance hoped to use the advert to encourage visitors to its website to sign a petition to call for a Government policy change.
Soroosh Lavasni, 17, from Kirklevington, near Yarm, plays a comedy part in the advert for the department store.
The Namibian got N$ 6 000 or N$ 10 000 for the advert, and with government having withdrawn all its adverts, I am sure the editor is under some commercial pressure.
TexTango, a mobile application developer, today released an alpha version of an application for the Research in Motion (Nasdaq:RIMM) BlackBerry which is designed to allow users to send SMS text messages containing banner adverts to any mobile phone or device.
I USED to think that the TV programmes were so bad that the adverts were the best of two evils.
Now we have the Co-operative Somerfield adverts (Gud with Fud).