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Carnival Cruise Lines said it has no plans to alter its marketing efforts in the wake of the allegations of widespread sexual harassment and assault on its ships that surfaced this month.

A Carnival spokeswoman said the cruise line's national TV efforts are on planned hiatus during the summer months but are scheduled to resume without creative changes in the fall. Coopers/HMS Partners, Miami, is Carnival's agency.

"It really hasn't been an issue from a broadcast standpoint," she said, adding Carnival's ongoing retail newspaper ads will continue as scheduled.

The marketer disclosed in court papers that employees were accused of sexual harassment or assault 62 times within a five-year span through August 1998. A

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