News | 2011
| Indian Television (10 Dec 2011)
Movies … promoting tobacco have become even more important as other forms of tobacco promotion are constrained.
The editors | The Deccan Chronicle (30 Nov 2011)
Celebrities need to confine such habits to their private life.
Gus Lubin | Business Insider (21 Nov 2011)
India's film industry has adopted a strict stance against tobacco advertising.
Roxanne Khamsi | Scientific American (10 Oct 2011)
Over the last decade, movies with smoking made less money.
| Legacy (4 Oct 2011)
New study reveals that movies with smoking make less money.
James Odato | Albany Times Union (29 Aug 2011)
New York state tax money funds anti-smoking campaigns, movies that encourage young people to light up.
Jamie Doward | The Guardian (27 Aug 2011)
Imperial College team says government is 'seriously undermining' anti-tobacco campaign.
Victoria Colliver | San Francisco Chronicle (24 Aug 2011)
About 70 percent of all PG-13 movies subsidized under California's [tax credit] program depict smoking.
Ted Thornhill | Daily Mail (24 Aug 2011)
Smoking scenes in movies DO encourage youngsters to light up.