Clear Channel Outdoor say why it rejected two of the billboards, but said, “as a matter of policy, we don’t discuss creative decisions on signage.”
“We do think its important to refute suggestions that (Clear Channel Outdoor) is not willing to display images of (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) couples showing affection,” continued Tom O’Neill, Clear Channel’s V.P. of Public Affairs for the Tampa Bay Division. “Previous years’ campaigns for St. Pete Pride prove that is not the case.
Which is why the two rejected billboards depicted gay intimacy, right?