Advocacy Advertisement

Advocacy Advertisement

An advertisement that promotes something other than a good or service. Specifically, advocacy advertising advances a political, social, religious or other, similar issue. A commercial asking viewers to vote for a certain candidate is an example of advocacy advertising. An advocacy advertisement may ask for donations for causes. Advocacy advertising is important in raising awareness.
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The ASAs complaints board said the advocacy advertisement was not likely to mislead as the advertiser did provide a level of substantiation for the claims made, and, in the context of an advocacy advertisement, this was deemed sufficient.
This issue advocacy advertisement was "cited by political analysts as tipping a tight race" in favor of the Republican running against Yellowtail, a Democratic candidate for Congress.
Each of the two papers surveyed published an average of one advocacy advertisement per day.
Escudero also suggested that the DFA tap the Department of Tourism (DOT) to come up with an "advocacy advertisements" that would help keep other Asian neighbors informed of the developments in the West Philippine Sea.
Wisconsin Right to Life, Inc., the United States Supreme Court ruled that the electioneering communication ban contained in the BRCA was unconstitutional with respect to such issue advocacy advertisements. (127 S.Ct.
meaningless" and that most issue advocacy advertisements "are
According to the bill, civilians will not be allowed to run paid advocacy advertisements in newspapers and magazines regarding the national referendum.