Tobacco advertising Q&A
While it has been decades since Congress banned cigarette adverts from the airwaves, broadcasters continue to ask for advice on whether they may air certain types of tobacco-related advertisements. In fact, questions in this area of law appear to be on the increase, particularly with the advent of ‘e-cigarette’ advertising. In order to assist broadcasters in complying with tobacco advertising restrictions, we offer the following Q&A for tobacco-related spots…
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