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Political and Other Controversial Advertising

Recorded on: Jun. 28, 2017
Running Time: 01:00:29

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Taken from the Web Program Hot Topics in Advertising Law 2017 recorded June 2017 in New York.

Political and Other Controversial Advertising [01:00:29]
  • Are audiences more open to politicized advertising?
  • How do advertisers protect themselves from the risk of boycotts?
  • Responding to the events of the day without violating IP laws; how does the media format change the analysis (e.g., Tweets vs. Super Bowl spots)? 
  • Use of third-party social media content and/or user-generated content, e.g., permissions issues for user posts
  • Use of unlicensed third party images by non-profit organizations for fundraising purposes

Speakers:    Michael Crawford, Ashima A. Dayal, Harlan Loeb, Ndidi Oriji

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  • Political and Other Controversial Advertising
    Michael Crawford, Ashima A. Dayal, Harlan Loeb, Ndidi Oriji
Michael Crawford ~ Social Media Strategist,
Ashima A Dayal ~ Davis & Gilbert LLP
Harlan Loeb ~ Global Practice Chair, Crisis & Reputations Risk Consulting, Edelman
Ndidi Oriji ~ Senior Vice President, Advertising Standards and Practices, NBCUniversal, Inc.
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