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"We are alwaysopen to working with a client on alternative submissions."One executive close to the network said CBS's sales departmentalso had issues with Man Crunch's credit worthiness.Man Crunch press reps were not immediately available at timeof writing.Thepresident's State of the Union address touched on the issue of gays in themilitary.The company would appear to be one of many making amarketing play with the news of its rejection.The spot on You Tube has alreadygained 9,000 views.Man Crunch is one of a number of spots that have beenrejected by CBS.However the site is actually owned by Avid Life Media, which reportedly makes around million a year in revenue, through owning and operating a string of other niche-market online dating sites including (for those looking to have affairs), (for women looking for younger men), (for “beautiful” ladies seeking wealthy guys), (for swingers) and Hotor (to rate and meet others). “I am genuinely confused by the 'is it real or not' and 'hoax' tag...
The site's slogan is "Where many many many men comeout to play." The ad comes at a time when gay rights are in the news.
Biderman claims those other dating sites promote flings and brief sexual relationships, while Man Crunch is focused on long-term unions.
"I know this is ironic coming the founder of Ashley Madison.com," he admits, "but Avid Life understands people's needs, no matter what they are.
When the Super Bowl rolls around, expect a frenzy of publicity for advertisements rejected by the hosting broadcast network.
This time, the Web is buzzing with news about an ad for a gay dating site losing favour with CBS.
It plans to "execute its media plan" by courting networks in the coming weeks.