• Stop These Companies from Sponsoring “Dating Naked”

    by  • July 7, 2016 • Advertiser Accountability, Cable Choice, Misrated, Ratings Reform, Sexualization • 3 Comments

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    Take Action Now to Tell These Sponsors to Stop Underwriting Filth

    VH1’s sleazy reality dating show Dating Naked aired again last night, but MOST of the advertisers we contacted after last week’s season premiere did NOT return for the second week!

    Nevertheless, this is not an easy fight.  Two major sponsors, Sprint and Samsung, still decided to support the show despite being warned about the content on Dating Naked.

    If you haven’t heard, Dating Naked is an hour long reality series in which completely naked strangers meet and “date” each other while drinking and talking non-stop about sex and their private parts.  Even more outrageous is that VH1 has rated the content appropriate for children as young as 14!

    Take Action Now!
    Contact Sprint and Samsung and let them know that THEIR support for indecent programming like Dating Naked will influence YOUR decisions as a consumer.

    We Need Your Help Today!
    VH1 will not stop airing Dating Naked until it becomes too costly for them to keep it on the air.  That is, when advertisers have told them, “Enough! We don’t want to align our corporate brands with this!”

    That’s why we need you to take action immediately!  Advertisers need to hear from you. They need to know that they cannot sponsor content like this without risk of losing the support of customers like you.

    IMPORTANT UPDATE! As of the July 14 airing, Sprint and Samsung both appear to have stopped advertising on “Dating Naked”

     

     

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    3 Responses to Stop These Companies from Sponsoring “Dating Naked”

    1. vhonest
      August 24, 2016 at 12:34 am

      PRAISE GOD! THANK YOU FATHER for getting smut like this out of this world IN THE NAME OF our LORD AND GOD JESUS CHRIST ALMIGHTY we PRAISE YOU AMEN!

    2. Richard Johnson
      October 2, 2016 at 6:18 am

      Has Allstate stopped sponsoring Dating Naked. If not, I will change my insurance company.

      • Chris Ryder
        October 4, 2016 at 11:22 am

        After August 17, Allstate did not advertise on the last 4 episodes of Dating Naked.

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