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Ad complaints on TV highest, despite trust in medium: Ad Standards

Briefs | 04/04/2018 5:42 pm EDT
Ad complaints on TV highest, despite trust in medium: Ad Standards

Despite the impact of cord-cutting on the conventional television space in recent years, the medium was the source of more complaints about advertisements than any other, according to a year-end report by Advertising Standards Canada.

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