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Other agencies are sending similar messages, including Dentsu, Havas and GroupM, by encouraging clients to be proactive, not reactive, to unsuitable content in and around the inauguration.‘MEDIA RESPONSIBILITY IS NOW CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY’: MARKETERS REASSESS BRAND SAFETY CONTROLS TO NAVIGATE A DIVIDED AMERICASEB JOSEPHJANUARY 20, 2021DIGIDAY
If anything, the challenge is not getting an advertiser off of TV or streaming when news events turn violent or are otherwise deemed unsuitable for a given advertiser.‘WE’VE UNFORTUNATELY HAD TOO MUCH PRACTICE’: TV, STREAMING ADVERTISERS HAVE GROWN ACCUSTOMED TO PULLING ADS WHEN BAD NEWS BREAKSTIM PETERSONJANUARY 11, 2021DIGIDAY
Japan’s mountainous island topography also makes it relatively unsuitable for generating solar and onshore wind energy.JAPAN SET TO BECOME THE LATEST COUNTRY TARGETING NET-ZERO CARBON EMISSIONS BY 2050EAMONBARRETTOCTOBER 22, 2020FORTUNE
Whereas no valid news content is brand unsafe, some may be unsuitable when it comes to particular brand goals.DEEP DIVE: HOW MEDIA BUYING EXECS ARE ADAPTING TO THE CHALLENGES AND CHANGES OF 2020 AND BEYONDJIM COOPERSEPTEMBER 28, 2020DIGIDAY
The non-elastic character of water made it unsuitable for a machine requiring a fly-wheel.LIFE OF RICHARD TREVITHICK, VOLUME II (OF 2)FRANCIS TREVITHICK
His opinion, however, was unfavourable, and he declared the work unsuitable for performance by the Musical Society.THE LIFE & LETTERS OF PETER ILICH TCHAIKOVSKYMODESTE TCHAIKOVSKY
It is clearly unsuitable for photographing the Moon and planets, and for star charting.PHOTOGRAPHS OF NEBUL AND CLUSTERSJAMES EDWARD KEELER
Some people claim that they can detect a definite pattern of suggestive songs and unsuitable thrillers in the programmes.REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON MORAL DELINQUENCY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTSOSWALD CHETTLE MAZENGARB ET AL.
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