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Much ado over cigarette pack labels and health risk warnings

Garnick, Altria's executive vice president and general counsel explained that this lawsuit was focusing on the industry’s behavior in the 1950’s and since then the whole industry has undergone a sea change. He added that they are now under the regulations
News-Medical.net
added Oct 5, 2017 12:39
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[Kansas] Big tobacco ads may 'apologize' but don't indicate cigarette companies changing their methods, researcher says

Yvonnes Chen, associate professor of journalism at the University of Kansas, is available to discuss the ads, "Big Tobacco," tobacco advertising, smoking and related issues with media. Chen has led and been part of research projects that found adolescents
University of Kansas
added Oct 5, 2017 12:25
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Reynolds, Altria to run 'self-critical' ads about smoking risks

The Journal said that one of the advertisements will read “Altria, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, Lorillard, and Philip Morris USA intentionally designed cigarettes to make them more addictive" while another will say that "More people die every year from smoking
Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area
added Oct 5, 2017 12:24
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Big Tobacco's New U.S. Ads Will Be Critical of Smoking -- WSJ

The television spots, between 30 and 45 seconds long, will run in prime time five days a week for 52 weeks, and will appear mostly on ABC, CBS or NBC, Altria said. They won't have the graphic images of a typical antismoking public service announcement. I
Dow Jones Newswires
added Oct 4, 2017 12:12
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LONG-RUNNING TOBACCO LAWSUIT NEARS END

“NACS submitted a brief and successfully challenged that part of the court’s opinion on appeal. That’s why this agreement does not require retailers to give up counter space to display the manufacturers’ corrective messages.”
National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS)
added Oct 4, 2017 11:28
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[UK] The smoking gun in tobacco companies’ latest adverts

“More people die every year from smoking than from murder, Aids, suicide, drugs, car crashes and alcohol combined.” It is not the sort of fact that Big Tobacco wants to shout about, but nonetheless the makers of Marlboro and Lucky Strike cigarettes are t
Times Of London (uk)
added Oct 4, 2017 11:10
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Tobacco ads are back, sort of

These will display court-mandated text , with copy including: “Altria, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, Lorillard, and Philip Morris USA intentionally designed cigarettes to make them more addictive” and “More people die every year from smoking than from murder,
World Advertising Research Center (WARC) (uk)
added Oct 4, 2017 00:29
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[North Carolina] Cigarette-makers to run corrective ads on smoking dangers starting in November

Reynolds spokesman David Howard said Reynolds remains the entity obligated to the court order even though it is now the U.S. subsidiary of British American Tobacco Plc. "R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., along with the other parties, including the U.S. Departm
Winston-Salem (NC) Journal
added Oct 4, 2017 00:25
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CMO Today: Fake News and Russian Ads; Big Tobacco Campaign;

Amazingly, there’s no requirement these ads run on any digital channels, where many young, impressionable people who might be considering taking up smoking tend to consume a lot of their media. “I think [tobacco companies are] getting off kind of lightly,
The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition
added Oct 3, 2017 23:42
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USA v PHILIP MORRIS, et. al. #6223-6: (Proposed) ORDER # ___ -Remand SECOND SUPERSEDING CONSENT ORDER IMPLEMENTING THE CORRECTIVE STATEMENTS REMEDY FOR NEWSPAPERS AND TELEVISION

A. Adverse Health Effects of Smoking A Federal Court has ordered Altria, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, Lorillard, and Philip Morris USA1 to make this statement about the health effects of smoking. • Smoking kills, on average, 1,200 Americans. Every day. • Mor
Tobacco On Trial
added Oct 3, 2017 16:57
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