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It plans to "execute its media plan" by courting networks in the coming weeks.

After days of deliberation, CBS has elected not to air an ad from a gay dating site during next week's Super Bowl.

A rep for the network tells Pop Tarts that Man Crunch.com's "Playing for the Same Team," an ad featuring two men kissing, failed to meet CBS' broadcasting standards.

The Super Bowl is a high-stakes game for advertisers, with dozens of brands spending $5 million each for 30 seconds of air time and relying on humor, emotion and shock to win over viewers.

So who won in Sunday's championship game for advertisers? The online retailing giant, advertising for the first time during the Super Bowl, won over viewers and ad experts with its humorous take on what could happen if Alexa lost her voice and celebrities stepped in as substitutes.

A spot for Man (above) won't run during Sunday's Super Bowl because CBS said "our Standards and Practices department decided not to accept this particular spot." In other words, the material in the ad has made CBS execs uncomfortable.

CBS offered another reason for the rejection: “Moreover, our sales department has had difficulty verifying your organization’s credit status.” So what's the big deal about the ad?

CBS rejected an ad to run during the Super Bowl for a gay dating site called Man Crunch.com, claiming the ad didn't comply with the company's Standards and Practices department.

But Digital Journal learned the Man Crunch ad may soon be broadcast elsewhere.

“CBS Standards and Practices has reviewed your proposed Super Bowl ad and concluded that the creative is not within the Network’s Broadcast Standards for Super Bowl Sunday,” the official rejection letter stated.

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