I guess if Israel can do it so can Russia.
When Pigs Fly: The Death of Oink, the Birth of Dissent, and a Brief History of Record Industry Suicide.
A most excellent Congressional speech, by Senator Dodd. Good words, but they are just that.
Since assuming responsibility for TV advertising regulation, the ASA has received hundreds of complaints from viewers objecting to what they have found to be “noisy ads”. In many of those instances, the ASA has found that the ads have been broadcast at levels that are acceptable according to the current stipulations of the BCAP TV Advertising Standards Code. Concerned at the apparent incongruity between viewer perception and the realities of TV ad broadcasting, BCAP has been monitoring the ad sound levels issue and now proposes that the current rule on sound levels be changed. But what does it all mean for the viewer?