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Georgian TV audience sick and tired of TV spots2010-12-24 14:52
A complaint was filed with National Regulating Commission of Georgia regarding the excessive television advertising in the pre-New Year period.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As Business-Georgia reported with reference to Commersant.ge, complaints were made by the TV audience who has grown furious with the excessive time of advertising blocks in TV programs. National Regulating Commission is expected to return a verdict on the matter today.
The Georgian broadcasting law provides for the following limitations for advertising in news programs: the broadcasts lasting for over half an hour may be interrupted by a block of ads of no longer than two minutes once in 15 minutes at most, while those lasting for less time must include no advertising at all.