Wednesday, December 01, 2004

What CBS and NBC think "free speech" means

This, courtesy of Joshua Micah Marshall:

The United Church of Christ (UCC) plans to run a major ad campaign in December to raise public awareness of the denomination. One of the ads is meant, in the words of a UCC press release, to convey the message "that -- like Jesus -- the United Church of Christ seeks to welcome all people, regardless of ability, age, race, economic circumstance or sexual orientation."
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Yet, according to a press release out this evening from the UCC, both CBS and NBC have refused to air the ad because the subject matter is "too controversial."

I think that any thinking person should call or write CBS and NBC and ask them what's the big controversy. Perhaps they can explain their fence-sitting here.

Here's CBS contact info:

51 West 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019
Fax: 212-975-9174

Anyone with NBC contact information, feel free to supply it.

Go get 'em. . . .

-- Arne


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