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AUDIO: Big Tobacco Coughs Up ‘Corrective Statements’ — Arkansas Youth Might Miss The Message

“They seem to do the bare minimum,”...the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, is not one of them. The Sun and some other community newspapers sued for the ad contracts, and won. "It's really too bad that the Democrat-Gazette didn't get some of those ads," Mirive
KUAR FM 89.1 (Little Rock, AR)
added Dec 9, 2017 19:42
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[Oklahoma] Tobacco admissions a partial victory for some

In Oklahoma, print ads will run as required by the legal order in the Black Chronicle, a weekly Oklahoma City publication with a mostly African-American readership.
Tahlequah (OK) Daily Press
added Dec 6, 2017 17:27
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VALENTI: U.S. Tobacco Companies Will Run Anti-Smoking Ads Everywhere—Except Social Media

“it’s about time,” is the understatement of all understatements—especially when you take into account that smoking on-screen has slipped back into fashion. But smokers and nonsmokers can agree, the ads are a major step in the right direction to ensure com
Vogue
added Dec 2, 2017 01:20
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Tobacco companies picked a disenchanted robot to warn against smoking dangers

Likewise, the print versions, some of which appeared in The New York Times, are equally stale; straightforward ads without color or any other attention-grabbing design elements.
Quartz
added Nov 29, 2017 15:26
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Marketers Say Big Tobacco’s Court-Mandated Anti-Smoking Ads Are Too Little, Too Late

“They made an ad they hoped no one would see,”... Koval said Truth and 72andSunny are working to bring the tobacco companies’ messages to digital and social platforms to “make sure” the mobile-driven, Netflix-watching population of the U.S. sees them. Sh
Ad Week
added Nov 28, 2017 20:42
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[Nigeria] U.S. Court tightens noose on tobacco usage as companies intensify campaign in Africa

Mr. Oluwafemi noted that PMI’s training of journalists in Kenya was a continuation of its orchestrated misinformation campaign and attempt to “buy media influence” and silence rising public support for effective tobacco control laws across Africa. “Gover
Premium Times (ng)
added Nov 28, 2017 18:11
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SIEGEL: Tobacco Control Researcher Calls for Boycott of Journal, Apparently Because the Editor Supports E-Cigarettes for Harm Reduction

Dr. Thomas Eissenberg--a researcher studying electronic cigarettes at Virginia Commonwealth University--called for a boycott of the journal Addiction because of his claim that the editor of the journal exhibited bias in fast-tracking an article that repor
The Rest of the Story-Tobacco Analasys and Commentary (Michael Siegel blog)
added Nov 30, 2017 06:40
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PICTURED: The court-ordered ads US tobacco companies are running in newspapers and on television to correct years of lies about the 'benefits' of smoking

'What this case has succeeded in doing is to finally force the tobacco industry to ´fess up to what it has known and done for the past 50 years,' said Cliff Douglas, director of the Cancer Society's Center for Tobacco Control. 'The industry has delibera
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Nov 28, 2017 18:35
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Ohio Health Groups Celebrate Big Tobacco Coming Clean

Ohio's smoking rate of 21 percent is higher than the national average of 15 percent, and the tobacco industry spends about $460 million a year marketing its products in Ohio. Stephens says even though science supports the dangers of smoking, efforts to
WCSM Radio (Celina, OH)
added Nov 28, 2017 17:03
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EDITORIAL: Anti-tobacco advertisements must go digital

The Department of Justice should seek a revised order requiring the tobacco industry to educate young consumers about the dangers of its deadly products not only in conventional media such as network TV and newspapers, but through social media and other
Wilkes Barre (PA) Citizen's Voice
added Nov 26, 2017 23:33
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