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Postcard-sized colored cards were handed out by businesses and collected by many customers in special scrapbooks. There are many good examples of trade cards, and animations are used to illustrate folding novelty cards. You may also find articles on trade card history and discussions on the different types of trade cars. See Also: A New and Wonderful Invention: The Nineteenth-Century American Trade Card - a modest sampling of the vast on-site collection at the Harvard Business School Baker Library. Trade Card Collector's Association Trade Cards Collections in Chromolithography
ranked the jingle eighth-best out of all the radio and television jingles that aired in the United States in the 20th century. The deliberately ungrammatical phrase ("like" for "as") was provided by the William Esty Ad Agency, and the overall campaign was directed by Esty executives Wendell Adams and Arline Lunny, Lunny serving as producer/director of most of the visual and recording production related to the campaign in its initial years. Adams was a classically-trained musician in his own right, but singer/model/pianist Margaret Johnson ghost wrote the Jingle and, along with her husband, Travis Johnson, ...
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Regulating advertisements
At the present stage of our civilisation, the withdrawal of advertising (which some advocates of the Socialist State have demanded) would create enormous unemployment…the housewife in need of a parlourmaid would be at the mercy of registry offices…you cannot announce “Situations Vacant” by wireless!… parted lovers could breathe their affections in no Agony column…the lost dog or the pocket book dropped in a train must be mourned in vain… Everyone of us must acquire an unheard of expertness in the appraisal of commodities. We shall be at the mercy of the shopkeepers… What is more we must pay dearer for all these ... market research, surveys and trends
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He said, “My little five year old girl was watching television and was watching the Lucky Strike program. When the program was over, she turned to Dad, and said, ‘Daddy, when I grow up I am going to smoke Lucky Strikes.’” It turned this man pale as he thought about the effect of the advertising upon his little girl. That anecdote supported a project Elder Petersen had been working on for a year or more, under the direction of Elder Harold B. Lee: How to counteract negative influences the Brethren saw occurring in the lives of the Church’s youth. We are endeavoring to develop among the Latter-day Saints what Peter spoke of as a ... market research, surveys and trends

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Cigarette Advertising on TV
Cigarette manufacturers were one of the first industries to advertise widely on television. They had deep pockets and could afford to gamble on a new advertising medium, footing the bill for a host of early classic television programs . Ironically, in just a few short decades, they were cast away from the medium they helped create. Almost every television show from the forties through the early-sixties had a primary sponsor each week . To compensate for the relatively ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Tobacco Timeline: The Twentieth Century 1950 - 1999--The Battle is ...
The public's health concerns drive companies to compete in rival ad campaigns touting their filters (The "Tar Wars" or "Tar Derby"). When the decade begins, 2% of cigarettes are filter tip; by 1960, 50% of cigarettes are filter tips. 15 filter brands account for 95% of U.S. sales (Source: Chronology Of Major Events In Cigarette Smoking, Marketing, And Health , Bates #2025019398). 1950s: ADVERTISING: "Tar Wars." 1950: MARKET SHARE: 1950: HEALTH: Three important epidemiological studies provide the first powerful links between smoking and lung cancer FTC complains that cigarette ads touting ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Point-of-sale advertising major cause of teen smoking, study shows
Point-of-sale tobacco advertising works impressively well on teens � so well that federal regulators should consider barring such marketing efforts from convenience stores, gas stations and small groceries, a Stanford University School of Medicine researcher said. A study to be published in the August issue of Pediatrics led by Lisa Henriksen, PhD, senior research scientist at the Stanford Prevention Research Center, reports that teens' exposure to cigarette advertising at retail outlets substantially increases the odds they will start smoking. According to the findings, students who visited these stores on a regular basis ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
"Mad Men" actress does Playboy
We still live in a Playboy world. That's the conclusion the Washington Post's Elizabeth Fraterrigo comes to after " taking stock of Playboy's legacy ." It's an in-depth analysis in light of the recent bidding war between Hugh Hefner and the owner of rival Penthouse for the magazine's parent company — but you need only look to the August issue for a vivid illustration of the brand's current cultural standing: Crista Flanagan, a switchboard operator on "Mad Men," poses wearing just a tie and panties, and inside, the cover line screams, she gets naked in a retro photo spread. ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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EARLY IN THE DEBATE ABOUT CIGARETTE ADVERTISING ON TV, THE PUBLIC ...
EARLY IN THE DEBATE ABOUT CIGARETTE ADVERTISING ON TV,. THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE RECEIVED EQUAL TIME FOR. COUNTER-ADVERTISING ABOUT THE HEALTH PROBLEMS ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
9 Tobacco advertising and promotion
Tobacco advertising on TV was banned in the EU in 1989. Four tobacco companies have begun a legal challenge against the European direc- ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Why is cigarette advertising on TV and radio banned but not ...
I understand that alcohol is not harmful in moderation, but alcohol definitely causes more deaths and social problems than cigarettes. Why don't we either ban both or allow both? Another answer is that the alcohol lobby in DC is a strong and powerful lobby. Most Congress people have a drink or 5, but a lot have stopped smoking. The tobacco companies have other markets in Asia and Europe that are welcoming American tobacco products. Also, it is taking a long time for people to associate the damage alcohol can do to you. Alcoholism, liver damage, other health concerns, and drunk driving. If the media got on alcohol as ...
Is the banning of cigarette advertising on television consistent ...
although a democracy is based on freedom of expression, most people recognize the need to allow the government to exercise control over such things as false and misleading advertisements or advertisements of illegal products. 10 months ago (Tiebreaker) Answerer 1 No. Cigarettes aren't an illegal product nor were the advertisements misleading. While the advertisements might have glamorized smoking,the same can be said about alcohol commercials today. 10 months ago Sign in to vote! 0 Rating: Good Answer 0 Rating: Bad Answer Report Abuse Answerer 2 I'm old enough to remember cigarette ads on TV. They ...