Walter Jacobson shares his perspective on the Big Tobacco companies and how Tobacco companies are coming clean about their products.
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'This Is Corrective Advertising': Big Tobacco Forced By Court To Advertise Deadly Effects Of Smoking
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The tobacco industry is being forced by court order to advertise the deadly, addictive effects of smoking.
Big tobacco companies haven’t paid for television ads since 1971, but that will all change this weekend when a court-mandated television commercial hits the airwaves. 311 more words
Is it possible to be a “responsible company operating in a controversial industry” like tobacco?
song currently stuck in my head:“planet queen” – t rex
There is some scary stuff out there and we aren’t talking Halloween; it’s tobacco marketing and advertising hiding in plain sight. Adults may not notice it, but your kids see it every day as Big Tobacco tries to lure them in as replacement smokers, costuming the products in bright packaging and disguising the dangers with candy and fruit flavors. 536 more words
Eleven years after a federal court ordered the country’s biggest cigarette producers to produce a series of warning ads informing people about the dangers of their products, Big Tobacco is finally preparing to publish those “corrective statements” in TV ads, newspapers, online, and in cigarette packaging. 605 more words