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Areas of Advertising Regulations-Feb 11

by: Jayne Johnston

Areas of Advertising Regulations-Feb 11 MKTG2001

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Jayne Johnston
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These notes cover what will be on Exam 2.
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Date Created: 02/09/16
 Areas of Advertising regulation  Deception and unfairness  Competitive issues  Advertising to children  Deception and Unfairness  I cure woman ad  Lady clear skin ad-arsenic wafers  Subway foot long is only 11 inches, sub shrinks in oven  Head On, doesn’t tell you what is in it. Had a numbing agent that only relieved the pain for a few minutes.  SlimQuick, a lot of caffeine in it  Lipo-6, pills  L’Enfant Plaza, Hotel Rooms – Washington, D.C.  Hudson Hotel – NYC, small room  Blue Moon Hotel – Miami, extremely small pool  Mandarin Oriental – Miami, extremely small pool  Low Price  Low price is higher than regular price  Competitive Issues  Bounty Paper Towels – documented commercial of how it is better than leading brand  Healthspan – quality supplements for lower prices  BMW – Automatic Stability Control, Audi doesn’t  Advertising to Children  Tony the Tiger  Typhoon II  Government Regulation  Federal Trade Commission (1914)  Federal Communications Commission – regulates TV and advertising  Food & Drug Administration – what you can and cannot put into things  US Postal Service – what can be mailed and what can’t be mailed  Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms  Industry Self-Regulation  National Advertising Review Board  State and Local Better Business Bureaus  Advertising Agencies and Associations  Media Organizations  Internet Self-Regulation  Consumers as Regulatory Agent  Consumer Federation of America  Consumers Union  Commercial Alert  Regulatory Agents in Direct Marketing and E-Commerce  Privacy  Spam  CAN spam Act  Contest and Sweepstakes  Telemarketings  Regulatory Agents in Sales Promotions  Premium Offers  Trade Allowances  Contests and Sweepstakes  Product/Brand Placement  Regulatory Agents in Public Relations  Privacy  Copyright Infringement  Defamation


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