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01/11/2011

Video: Here's the pulled NOM RI ad

by Jeremy Hooper

After only hours, NOM Rhode Island yanked their new TV ad from YouTube. This is likely because they misspelled their Governor's name in the ad's final frame. Or it could be because the poll they cite is actually one of their own in-house surveys, which objective eyes say is loaded and "a classic example of generating a higher number." But the YouTube yanking is annoying, whatever the reason, as it invalidated many bloggers' embeds of the vid.

Fortunately a weird iPhone fluke let us capture it for posterity's sake:


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*UPDATE: Okay, they've now posted a corrected version:

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