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Noun1.commercial message - a commercially sponsored ad on radio or televisioncommercial message - a commercially sponsored ad on radio or television
ad, advert, advertisement, advertising, advertizement, advertizing - a public promotion of some product or service
infomercial, informercial - a television commercial presented in the form of a short documentary
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This is not a religious or a commercial message but I find that ICC has not allowed other players also for this kind of thing.
Nevro (NVRO) downgraded to Equal Weight from Overweight at Morgan Stanley with analyst David Lewis stating that Nevro's commercial message on clinically superiority has not resonated and competitors have gained traction, blunting the company's share gains.
"The poppy is an important symbol of remembrance and we do not believe it represents a political, religious or commercial message, nor does it relate to any one historical event," it said.
"The poppy is an important symbol of remembrance and we do not believe it represents a political, or commercial message," said an FA statement.
"We don't want to be overtly disruptive, so we're not pushing a commercial message first," he said.
Barry Rukoro, Secretary General, Namibia Football Association (NFA) thanked Standard Bank Namibia for their donations and said by doing this the bank is bringing themselves closer to the people and transporting their commercial message. "We at the NFA keep up to the high moral values that Standard Bank expects, and I wish the two clubs the best," said Rukoro.
Factors affecting ad intrusiveness include the situational context, one's overall attitude toward advertising, and various characteristics of the commercial message (e.g., content, repetitiveness, etc.).
TCS said that its location-based emergency alert messaging capability will not only help ClearTalk Wireless to comply with the mandate, but also enables commercial message broadcasts of geographically relevant information, such as enterprise notifications, traffic, news and coupons.
Even if European legislation establishes a distinction between spam and unsolicited commercial communication, we will not take into account this distinction, because the unsolicited commercial message disturbs electronic mail users as much as spam does; consequently, we use the term spam to refer to an electronic letter containing an unsolicited commercial message.
And if you'll forgive the use of this space for a brief commercial message, Science News has fared well in some recent journalistic competitions.
FDIC advertising rules (which apply to all banks) define an advertisement as "a commercial message, in any medium, that is designed to attract public attention or patronage to a product or business." [12 CFR 328.3(a)]

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