It starts with a little controversy. News filtered out online that Iceland, the frozen-food supermarkets, Christmas advert had been 'banned' from TV. The ad wasn't banned from UK TV but, was instead, not allowed to be aired as Greenpeace, the environment campaign group, originally produced it. There are strict rules around broadcasting anything that potentially has a political nature. The ad simply didn't meet well-known broadcasting rules and ... (Date:11/20/2018 10:41) Read full article >>

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