News | 2009
Steven Reinberg | HealthDay (12 Nov 2009)
Some states spend more to subsidize movies with smoking than on tobacco prevention programs.
Brooks Barnes | The New York Times (11 Nov 2009)
An estimated 60 percent of subsidies offered by states in 2008 went to movies with tobacco imagery.
Brooks Barnes | The New York Times (18 Oct 2009)
American Medical Association Alliance released its scorecard on smoking in summer movies.
Steven Reinberg | HealthDay (7 Jul 2009)
Parents need to be aware of the need to minimize their children's exposure.
The editors | America (22 Jun 2009)
Images of smoking in Hollywood films have global influence.
Laura Davis | Liverpool Daily Post (18 Jun 2009)
The City Council has agreed to hold a consultation on changing its licensing policy.
Denise Mann | CNN (3 Jun 2009)
Witnessing smoking scenes in movies may be the leading factor associated with smoking initiation among youth.
Brooks Barnes | The New York Times (28 May 2009)
Summer movies are the focus of a new antismoking campaign.
Gary D. Robertson | Wilmington (NC) Star News (22 Apr 2009)
The motion picture industry worries that North Carolina's new smokefree workplace bill would prevent actors from smoking on screen.
Shaun Bishop | Contra Costa Times (2 Apr 2009)
Endorsement of the Smokefree Movies campaign, approved unanimously.