Ashley Madison Super Bowl Ad Video: 2011 Commercial Banned By Fox
Ashley Madison Claims Their 2011 Super Bowl Ad Rejected By Fox. Here is the Banned Ashley Madison Super Bowl Ad Video
A so-called banned Ashley Madison Super Bowl ad has made its way on to YouTube.
CNBC's Darren Rovell noted that Ashley Madison claims the ad was rejected by Fox. The company has since posted the Super Bowl ad online.
This isn't the first time that Ashley Madison has been rejected by the Super Bowl. Back in 2009, Ashley Madison was not allowed to have an ad in the official Super Bowl program.
By now, the rejected Super Bowl ad has become something of an annual tradition. Basically, what happens is a company creates a Super Bowl ad, which is deemed too racy for broadcast TV. The rejected Super Bowl ad then gets reported in the media, giving the company all kinds of free publicity without having to pay millions for a 30-second Super Bowl commercial. Pretty genius.
AshleyMadison.com is a website that helps married people connect for extra-marital affairs.
Here is the Banned Ashley Madison Super Bowl Ad Video