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[Maryland] 'Corrective' tobacco ads to run in The Baltimore Sun, other media starting this weekend

“Too many Americans are harmed by cigarette smoking, which is the nation’s leading preventable cause of death and disease,” said Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, CDC director, in a statement when the report was released. “CDC will continue to use proven strategies
Baltimore (MD) Sun
added Nov 23, 2017 02:25
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VIDEOS: SEE THE ANTI-SMOKING TV ADS BIG TOBACCO IS FORCED TO RUN

Get ready for the most bland anti-smoking campaign you will ever see...are as basic as it gets. The spots simply show black text against a white background, along with a voiceover, warning against the adverse health effects of smoking and the addictive p
Advertising Age
added Nov 22, 2017 12:44
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Cigarette companies set to debut anti-smoking ads — a decade late

Many anti-smoking experts are saying that the ads won’t be as effective, as they are airing a decade after the ruling and media has changed so much in that time. Fewer people are watching television or reading newspapers, especially not the younger demog
New York Daily News
added Nov 22, 2017 04:25
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Court-­‐Ordered Corrective Statements Remedy: Implementation Details (PDF)

Implementation details are still being finalized for the company websites and cigarette packs. Television: The Defendant tobacco companies will purchase television ads with text and voice-­‐over containing one of the five corrective statements. The ads
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids (CTFK)
added Nov 21, 2017 14:12
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Big Tobacco's anti-smoking ads begin after decade of delay

But years of legal pushback by the industry over every detail means the ads will be less hard-hitting than what was proposed. Tobacco control experts say the campaign — built around network TV and newspapers — will not reach people when they are young an
AP - Associated Press
added Nov 21, 2017 13:34
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Cigarette Makers Must Advertise Their Dangers, But Will Millennials Get the Message?

92 million millennials and teenagers may not get the message because the ads will run primarily on network television and in newspapers. “That’s not where young people’s eyeballs are,” said Robin Koval, CEO and president of Truth Initiative, a nonprofit
CetusNews.com
added Nov 18, 2017 00:05
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Cigarette Makers Must Advertise Their Dangers, But Will Millennials Get the Message? ($$)

Ads will appear in newspapers, on network TV, which draw relatively few young people
The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition
added Nov 18, 2017 00:05
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Anti-smoking ads -- paid for by tobacco companies -- are coming to Massachusetts

The first ads will run Nov. 26 in newspapers and a week later on television. The newspaper ads will include five full-page ads on different Sundays in 40 major newspapers, including the Boston Globe. The 30 to 45-second television ads will air five times
Springfield (MA) Union-News and Sunday Republican
added Nov 17, 2017 19:39
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GLANTZ: Pro-tobacco industry bias in the journal Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology

We examined the relationship between the tobacco industry and the journal Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology (RTP) using the Truth Tobacco Industry Documents Library and internet sources. We determined the funding relationships, and categorised the c
Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education (UCSF)
added Nov 10, 2017 22:01
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Tobacco papers and tobacco industry ties in regulatory toxicology and pharmacology.

57% (4/7) of associate editors and 37% (14/38) of editorial board members had worked or consulted for tobacco companies. Almost all (96%, 50/52) of the papers had authors with tobacco industry ties. Seventy-six percent (38/50) of these papers drew conclus
Journal of Public Health Policy
added Nov 10, 2017 22:01
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