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Re Advertising with VTTV
18-05-2014, 11:11 AM
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Re Advertising with VTTV
This year, VTTV has been closed to new advertisers, as we were awaiting the results from the Advertising Standards Authority regarding advertising rules for electronic cigarettes.

VTTV relies on the income from advertising in order to fund the broadcasting fees, which have been very high, as well as trying to supply presenters with the right software/equipment to help them produce a show.

The priority for funding has been our vow, to the Vaping community to represent them, as Vapers in Europe and now also the UK, in order to achieve the status that we as Vapers demand.

The cost to VTTV has been high, even though representatives have funded a great deal of the costs themselves, so high that we feel we have no choice but to open the doors once again to advertising.

I have had lots of interest over the past few months, but due to some computer problems, I am going to find it hard to trace all those emails, so I would ask all those who have contacted us with a view to advertising to contact us once again, on [email protected] in order to get some advertising underway.

We must point out to potential advertisers and viewers of those ads, whether they be static ads, or inline commercials, that we are simply a carrier to the advertisement and that by showing the advert, it does not mean we endorse any products or services offered by the advertiser.

Advertisers, must ensure that they keep up to date with guidelines from the ASA and make sure their ad complies.

The consultation report and proposed guidelines from February 2014 can be found here:-
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