The Agriculture Committee of the Nebraska Legislature will hold a hearing on February 1st on the bill that would impose serious restrictions on the sale and marketing of kids meals by restaurants and convenience stores.
Legislation has been introduced in the Nebraska Legislature that would impose serious restrictions on the sale and marketing of kids meals by restaurants and convenience stores.
ANA has filed in opposition to a series of graphic warnings proposed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). ANA stated that these gruesome, graphic warnings for all tobacco ads and packages are “excessive and violate the First Amendment.”
According to the SAG 2009 Commercials Contract, all signatories shall designate multi-service contract status on the contribution remittance reports filed with the Plans when contributions are tendered in connection with services related to a multi-service agreement.
As the "hiatus" between contract negotiations is nearing an end, we want to provide a quick update regarding current issues, as well as reminders of important dates and upcoming events.
On December 10, ANA filed comments on the proposed revisions to the FTC’s Guides for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims, more commonly known as the Green Guides.
Many state governments are facing severe budget pressures that are expected to intensify for the foreseeable future. We need your help to respond to potential ad tax fights next year in state legislatures across the country.
The FTC has released a draft of its long-awaited privacy report, recommending a "do-not-track" list for online behavioral advertising.
An analysis of the 2010 Congressional midterm elections and their impact on the advertising industry's agenda
Yesterday, ANA and a group of industry associations including the 4A’s, AAF and MPAA, filed reply comments with the FCC calling on the Commission to reject a petition from the Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood (CCFC) seeking a declaratory judgment that the Zevo-3 program created by Skechers Entertainment is a “program length commercial” that violates the advertising limits of the Children’s Television Act.
ANA Alliance for Family Entertainment 2010 Trends Study finds parents demanding more programming options on television and the Internet Majority also believe advertisers are responsible for “offensive content”
The ANA (Association of National Advertisers), the 4As and the American Advertising Federation (AAF), representing a broad group of marketing and media companies, have urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to reject the false premise that any animated characters originally tied to products inherently constitute advertising and cannot appear in children’s television programming.
The Advertising Coalition, of which ANA is a founding member, recently updated an important study that demonstrates the economic benefit of the advertising industry.
On October 6, the FTC released its long-anticipated revisions to its Guides for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims.
Major Marketing / Media Trade Groups Launch Program To Give Consumers Enhanced Control Over Collection And Use Of Web Viewing Data For Online Behavioral Advertising
A group of the nation's largest media and marketing trade associations, with support from the Council of Better Business Bureaus, today announced the details of a self-regulatory program that will give consumers enhanced control over the collection and use of data regarding their Web viewing for online behavioral advertising purposes.
The Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act, or the CALM Act, passed the Senate yesterday under unanimous consent.
ANA, joined by the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4A’s) and the American Advertising Federation (AAF), has filed a brief calling on the U.S. Supreme Court to review a case involving restrictions on alcohol beverage advertising in university publications.
ANA and a broad coalition of media and entertainment groups have argued that a California law regulating the sale of violent video games should be struck down because it violates the First Amendment.
Congressman Bobby Rush, the Chairman of the Commerce, Trade and Consumer Protection Subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, has introduced a new consumer privacy bill that would regulate the collection and use of information in both the online and offline environment.
The Senate has just passed the conference report for H.R.4173, the “Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act,” by a vote of 60 to 39. The House passed the conference report on June 30th so the bill will be signed by President Obama in the next few days. The legislation will create a powerful new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, to be housed at the Federal Reserve