ITC approves 'occult' advertising
- Break time. // Consumer Policy Review;Jul/Aug97, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p117
Reports on the British Independent Television Commission's call for comments on the case for allowing ITV, C4 and C5 to show more advertising.
- Backbite. Beale, Claire // Campaign;12/12/97, Issue 50, p47
Relates the TV Advertising Complaints report published by the Great Britain Independent Television Commission. Criticisms made on several advertising campaigns.
- ITC pulls plug on Xbox's 'cradle to the grave' TV ad. Chandiramani, Ravi // Marketing (00253650);6/6/2002, p1
Reports on the ban of a television advertisement on the Xbox games of Microsoft by the Independent Television Commission in Great Britain. Description of the advertisement; Reaction of the viewers on the commercial.
- Don't ignore the public's growing aversion to ads. // Campaign (UK);05/21/99, Issue 20, p23
Editorial. Comments on the results of an Independent Television Commission report that states television viewers in Great Britain are bored with commercials. Negative impact of consumer boredom; Diminishing power of television advertising.
- ITC review so radical you wouldn't even notice it. Douglas, Torin // Marketing Week;9/5/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 36, p17
Focuses on the television advertising standards code of the Independent Television Commission in Great Britain. Information on the advertising bans; Recommendations for the commercials of religious groups; Regulations for tobacco, guns, pornography, betting and political advertising.
- Marie Stopes Clinic slams lack of advertising freedom. Mason, Tania // Marketing (00253650);9/5/2002, p4
Reports on the efforts of Marie Stopes Health Clinic in challenging the Independent Television Commission in allowing the abortion clinics to advertise abortion through television in Great Britain.
- ITC guidelines on cross-promotion draw complaints. // Marketing (00253650);6/28/2001, p3
Reports the concern of broadcasters on the proposed cross-promotion guidelines of Great Britain Independent Television Commission.
- ITC rules on ads for BT, CitroÃ«n and Vodafone. Lee, Jeremy // Campaign (UK);10/18/2002, Issue 41, p8
Reports the ban of transmitting the television advertisement of the British Telecom, CitroÃ«n and Vodafone in Great Britain. Complaints of the viewers; Decision of the Independent Television Commission; Disapproval on the sexual nature of the commercial.
- ITC plans to relax rules on TV sponsorship. Griffiths, Anna // Campaign (UK);04/14/2000, Issue 15, p5
Describes the plans of Great Britain's Independent Television Commission to relax its rules on television program sponsorship. Reasons for the decision of the commission; Benefits of television sponsorships.