Gambling commercials allowed on TV

Tylee, John
July 2006
Campaign;7/21/2006, Issue 29, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports that the British government has planned to allow casinos, betting shops and online gaming sites to advertise on TV from 2007 in Great Britain. The move is expected to boost the revenue of advertising agencies in the country. Gaming operators will be allowed to join the National Lottery on TV from September 2007. However, the advertisements should be socially responsible.


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