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Regulatory Rumblings

Penned by Dan Jaffe, the ANA's group executive vice president of government relations, this blog focuses on advocacy initiatives and key legal/regulatory issues that threaten national advertisers' freedom of commercial speech.

Regulatory Rumblings

Utah Abandons Effort to Tax Advertising

1 week ago

Governor Gary Herbert and Utah legislative leaders abandoned their efforts to pass a sweeping new tax on services, including advertising, by sending House Bill 441 to an interim study committee yesterday, effectively killing the proposal for this legislative session.

Regulatory Rumblings

ANA Opposes Ad Tax Proposal in Utah Legislature

2 weeks ago

ANA has contacted Governor Gary Herbert and the entire membership of the Utah Legislature to express our strong opposition to any tax on advertising.

Regulatory Rumblings

The CCPA—Making Things Worse

2 weeks ago

The California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) is falsely labeled.

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Marketing Maestros

Written by our in-house citizen journalists, this varied blog draws on insights from the client-side marketing community, examines game-changing campaigns and industry research, provides actionable takeaways from ANA events, and more.

Marketing Maestros

Marketing Meetings Are Seldom Joyful, but they Can Be Much More Efficient

by Matthew Schwartz, 17 hours ago

In the third installment of our Marie Kondo-inspired series, learn how to declutter your marketing meetings.

Marketing Maestros

12 Insights from the ANA In-House Agency Conference

by Bill Duggan, 1 day ago

The first ANA In-House Agency Conference was a sellout. Here are 12 key insights from speakers at the conference.

Marketing Maestros

Agency Perspective: Upshot’s Eight Trends to Watch in 2019

4 days ago

Upshot’s market intelligence team has compiled a list of eight trends meant to inspire your own approach to high-velocity change and innovation.

How to Contribute

The Marketing Maestros blog currently accepts contributions from ANA community members. Submissions should focus on advice, insights, trends, and best practices for the marketing and advertising industry.

Please email all posts (250-800 words) in a Word doc attachment. Please make sure to include a headline and a byline.