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Friday, Mar. 30, 2001
"Truth" Or Consequences
Florida's "Truth" campaign from Crispin Porter+Bogusky, Miami, continues to prove effective in helping to reduce teen smoking in the state. That's the bottom-line conclusion of the latest Florida Anti-Tobacco Media Evaluation (FAME) survey, recently released by the Florida Department of Health,...
Friday, Mar. 23, 2001
Two relatively recent developments are helping to bring a greater measure of ethnic diversity into the industry. In each case, the efforts figure to translate into increased access for deserving minority candidates, well into the future. One came late last year when Procter & Gamble (P&G)...
Friday, Mar. 16, 2001
Though it's not as funny as the nightly David Letterman shtick, there's a top 10 list you can smile about, knowing that you're doing right while earning a livelihood. The list can be found at the Web site of the Entertainment Industry Development Corporation (EIDC), the private/public sector...
Friday, Mar. 9, 2001
As earlier reported (SHOOT, 2/23, p. 1), the Association of Imaging Technology and Sound (ITS) has reached a crossroads, with developments over the next several months figuring to prove pivotal in the future of the longstanding organization. Though ITS leadership remains optimistic, the financial...
Friday, Mar. 2, 2001
In last week's column concerning runaway production studies, we pointed out the glaring omission of data reflecting spot production's impact on the U.S. economy. The two major studies we cited were the Department of Commerce (DOC) report released just a couple of months ago, and the 1999 research...
Friday, Feb. 23, 2001
Released just before the changeover to President Bush's cabinet, a Department of Commerce (DOC) report attempts to document the profoundly negative impact of runaway production on the U.S. economy. "Runaway film production has affected thousands of workers in industries ranging from computer...
Friday, Feb. 16, 2001
Letting go of the past—not forgetting it—has been deemed beneficial for one's mental health, at least according to experts in the field of psychology. And when it comes to last year's strike by the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) against...
Friday, Feb. 9, 2001
Art Reflects Life
President George W. Bush's education initiative is gaining at least preliminary support on both sides of the aisle in Congress—the major point of dispute being school vouchers, with Republicans generally favoring and Democrats opposed to that aspect of the proposal. Still, it doesn't appear that...
Friday, Feb. 2, 2001
Last summer, a Massachusetts Department of Public Health campaign, known simply as "Rick Stoddard," made our "The Best Work You May Never See" gallery (SHOOT, 7/ 14/00, p. 13). Though back then there was the possibility that other states might pick up on and run the anti-smoking ads, we felt safe...
Friday, Jan. 26, 2001
It's great to have a day off. But even greater when you consider why. Last week, for the first time, our parent company recognized Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a holiday. And it's recognition that's been long overdue given what Dr. King has meant—and continues to mean —to our society. Fittingly,...