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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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Using media and advocacy advertising, we were able to communicate better to a broader audience amid the black propaganda mounted against us by those who were affected by my relentless antigraft and corruption campaign, he said.
I have been worried since 2010 when the Supreme Court ruling in the Citizens United case basically said political action committees should be treated as people and have the same right of free speech, also known as the right to shovel money into advocacy advertising.
Advocacy advertising is "headed for a record year this year," Tracey said, helped by new lobbying rules that hamper the quick transition of public officials to lobbyists.
His section on media strategies explains proactive media relations, broadcast appearances, advocacy advertising, media monitoring and litigation, and direct communication.
BCRA addressed the two biggest problems in the campaign finance system by banning the use of soft money in federal elections and placing new restrictions on candidate-specific issue advocacy advertising.
Saeed Al Shouly, deputy chief editor of Al Jazeera said he did not condone this type of advocacy advertising in general.
Ask students to write a political ad on the topic of their choice using the following two types of campaign advertising and communications: (1) express advocacy advertising, sometimes referred to as express candidate advocacy; and (2) issue advocacy advertising, which includes (a) candidate-specific issue advertising and (b) pure issue advertising.
Citing a decades-old policy against advocacy advertising, CBS officials rejected MoveOn.
While Rutherford devotes some time t o discussing reactions to such advertising, including backlashes to anti-smoking, drunk driving, and safe sex campaigns, his central interest in Endless Propaganda is the impact of advocacy advertising on the public sphere.
have declined to air them, under the shaky pretext that their policies prohibit any kind of advocacy advertising.
If there is partial public funding, it would be possible to structure the system to discourage issue advocacy campaigns by providing offsetting funds to those candidates who face substantial independent expenditures or issue advocacy advertising.
A number of factors - her status as a freshman; her votes on issues like the environment, gun control, and the minimum wage; the widespread belief among campaign analysts that her seat was vulnerable-made Seastrand a leading target of issue advocacy advertising by a wide range of organizations.