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New Ads represent the most recent ad campaign additions to MCRC; this section is updated as new materials come in, or every six months, whichever comes first. This feature is intended to be particularly useful for our users who browse our collection on a semi-annual basis and want to see what has been added since their last visit.
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Amanda's Tip: details >>

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Amanda's Tip New Ad
Type: Television
Themes: Pregnancy, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English
Cost: Unknown
Year Produced: 2014
Description: Smoking during pregnancy can cause serious health problems for mothers and babies. Amanda, who is 30, tried hard to quit smoking when she learned she was pregnant. But she was unable to overcome her addiction to cigarettes. Her baby was born 2 months early, weighing only 3 pounds. In this TV ad for CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Amanda talks about the weeks that her baby spent in a hospital incubator. This ad was designed and tested for an adult population aged 18–54 years.    more details >>
Amanda's Tip - Out-of-Home: details >>

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Amanda's Tip - Out-of-Home New Ad
Type: Out-of-Home
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Pregnancy, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2014
Description: Amanda tried hard to quit smoking when she learned she was pregnant. But she was unable to overcome her addiction to cigarettes. In this ad, Amanda shares a photo of her baby, born 2 months early and weighing only 3 pounds. This out-of-home ad is part of CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign. Ads are in 30-sheet, 14" x 48", 11" x 28", and 69" x 48" resizable dimensions and are available in TIFF, JPEG, and PDF formats.    more details >>
Amanda's Tip - Print: details >>

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Amanda's Tip - Print New Ad
Type: Print
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Pregnancy, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2014
Description: Amanda tried hard to quit smoking when she learned she was pregnant. But she was unable to overcome her addiction to cigarettes. In this print ad for CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Amanda talks about the weeks that her baby girl spent in a hospital incubator after she was born 2 months early, weighing only 3 pounds. Ads are in 7” x 10”, 7" x 4.875" and 4.625” x 4.875” resizable dimensions; are available in English and Spanish; and are available in TIFF, JPEG, and PDF formats.   more details >>
Amanda's Tip - Radio: details >>


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Amanda's Tip - Radio New Ad
Type: Radio
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Pregnancy, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English
Cost: Unknown
Year Produced: 2014
Description: Smoking during pregnancy can cause premature birth and increase a baby's risk for developmental delays; problems with eyesight and breathing; and more. In this radio spot from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Amanda talks about the weeks her baby spent in a hospital incubator. Amanda smoked during her pregnancy, and her baby was born 2 months early.   more details >>
Amanda's Tip - Web Banner: details >>

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Amanda's Tip - Web Banner New Ad
Type: Web Banner/Art
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Pregnancy, Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2014
Description: Amanda tried hard to quit smoking when she learned she was pregnant. But she was unable to overcome her addiction to cigarettes. In this digital ad, Amanda shares a photo of her baby, born 2 months early and weighing only 3 pounds. This ad is part of CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign. Web banners are in static and animated file formats, each available in sizes 300x250, 300x600 and 728x90; and in Spanish & English languages.    more details >>
Bad for Workers: details >>

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Bad for Workers New Ad
Type: Print
Campaigns: Kentucky Center for Smoke-free Policy Print Media Resource  
Themes: Cessation - General, Secondhand Smoke in Restaurants and Bars, Secondhand Smoke in the Workplace
Languages: English
Cost: Unknown
Year Produced: 2013
Description: The Kentucky Center for Smoke-free Policy Print Media Resource offers these free print advertisement templates to help educate communities about the dangers of secondhand smoke and the benefits of a smoke-free community. Templates are high quality design, convey evidence-based media messages, and may be customized for local use. A variety of sizes/dimensions are available to fit specific needs and advertising media; billboards, postcards, power point presentations, newspapers, and more.    more details >>
Bad for Your Heart: details >>

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Bad for Your Heart New Ad
Type: Print
Campaigns: Kentucky Center for Smoke-free Policy Print Media Resource  
Themes: Cessation - General, Secondhand Smoke in Restaurants and Bars, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English
Cost: Unknown
Year Produced: 2013
Description: The Kentucky Center for Smoke-free Policy Print Media Resource offers these free print advertisement templates to help educate communities about the dangers of secondhand smoke and the benefits of a smoke-free community. Templates are high quality design, convey evidence-based media messages, and may be customized for local use. A variety of sizes/dimensions are available to fit specific needs and advertising media; billboards, postcards, power point presentations, newspapers, and more.    more details >>
Brett and Felicita's Tip Dual Language: details >>

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Brett and Felicita's Tip Dual Language New Ad
Type: Television
Themes: Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Unknown
Year Produced: 2014
Description: Felicita grew up in New York and started smoking at age 12. Brett started smoking at age 16 to impress a girl. Neither of them knew that smoking could harm their gums and teeth. But they both found out the hard way that smoking can destroy your smile. In this bilingual TV ad for CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, both Brett and Felicita advise people not to smoke if they want to keep their teeth and their smiles. Because this television ad has been designed to be hard hitting, it is important that it be placed in appropriately formatted media content. Please do not place this ad on any programming that reaches a younger audience, and in particular, children; the ad was designed and tested for an adult population aged 18–54 years. We ask that you place the advertising in accordance with this media dayparts schedule: All dayparts.   more details >>
Brett's Tip: details >>

 Ad In Cycle
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Brett's Tip New Ad
Type: Television
Themes: Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English
Cost: Unknown
Year Produced: 2014
Description: Brett started smoking at age 16. By his mid-thirties, Brett had gum disease—a danger for all smokers. By age 40, he started losing teeth. Two years later, he learned that 16 more teeth needed to come out, including all of his front teeth—both top and bottom. In this TV ad from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Brett says that your smile says a lot about you, and smoking can take that smile away. Because this television ad has been designed to be hard hitting, it is important that it be placed in appropriately formatted media content. Please do not place this ad on any programming that reaches a younger audience, and in particular, children; the ad was designed and tested for an adult population aged 18–54 years. We ask that you place the advertising in accordance with this media dayparts schedule: All dayparts.    more details >>
Brett's Tip - Radio: details >>


 Ad In Cycle
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Brett's Tip - Radio New Ad
Type: Radio
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English
Cost: Unknown
Year Produced: 2014
Description: Brett started smoking at age 16. By his midthirties, Brett had gum disease—a danger for all smokers. By age 40, he started losing teeth. Two years later, he learned that all of his front teeth needed to come out—both top and bottom. In this radio ad for CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign, Brett talks about having most of teeth pulled during one long surgery. Because this ad has been designed to be hard hitting, it is important that it be placed in appropriately formatted media content. Please do not place this ad on any programming that reaches a younger audience, and in particular, children; the ad was designed and tested for an adult population aged 18–54 years. We ask that you place the advertising in accordance with this media dayparts schedule: All dayparts.   more details >>
Brian Artery - Web Banner: details >>

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Brian Artery - Web Banner New Ad
Type: Web Banner/Art
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2014
Description: Cigarettes are especially dangerous for people who are living with HIV, the virus that can cause AIDS. This digital ad from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign features Brian, whose smoking, combined with HIV, caused him to have a blood clot in his lungs, a stroke, and surgery on an artery in his neck. Web banners are in static and animated file formats, each available in sizes 300x250, 300x600 and 728x90; and in Spanish & English languages.    more details >>
Brian Manage - Web Banner: details >>

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Brian Manage - Web Banner New Ad
Type: Web Banner/Art
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2014
Description: Cigarettes are especially dangerous for people who are living with HIV, the virus that can cause AIDS. This digital ad from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign features Brian, whose smoking, combined with HIV, caused him to have a blood clot in his lungs, a stroke, and surgery on an artery in his neck. Web banners are in static and animated file formats, each available in sizes 300x250, 300x600 and 728x90; and in Spanish & English languages.    more details >>
Brian's Tip - Out-of-Home: details >>

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Brian's Tip - Out-of-Home New Ad
Type: Out-of-Home
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2014
Description: Cigarettes are especially dangerous for people who are living with HIV, the virus that can cause AIDS. This out-of-home ad from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign features Brian, whose smoking, combined with HIV, caused him to have a blood clot in his lungs, a stroke, and surgery on an artery in his neck. Ads are in 30-sheet, 14" x 48", 11" x 28", and 69" x 48" resizable dimensions and are available in TIFF, JPEG, and PDF formats.    more details >>
Brian's Tip - Print: details >>

 Current
Brian's Tip - Print New Ad
Type: Print
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2014
Description: Cigarettes are especially dangerous for people who are living with HIV, the virus that can cause AIDS. This print ad from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign features Brian, whose smoking, combined with HIV, caused him to have a blood clot in his lungs, a stroke, and surgery on an artery in his neck. Ads are in 7” x 10”, 7" x 4.875" and 4.625” x 4.875” resizable dimensions; are available in English and Spanish; and are available in TIFF, JPEG, and PDF formats.   more details >>
Cause Fatal Lung Disease: details >>

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Cause Fatal Lung Disease New Ad
Type: Print
Themes: Health Consequences of Smoking, Countering Pro-Tobacco Influences
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2011
Description: The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act requires FDA to include new warning labels on cigarette packages and in cigarette advertisements. On June 22, 2011, FDA published a final rule requiring color graphics depicting the negative health consequences of smoking to accompany the nine new textual warning statements. However, the final rule was challenged in court by several tobacco companies, and on August 24, 2012, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit vacated the rule and remanded the matter to the Agency. On December 5, 2012, the Court denied the government’s petition for panel rehearing and rehearing en banc. The government decided not to seek further review of the Court’s ruling. Therefore, the posted images are currently not in use. Available in JPEG format.   more details >>
Cigarettes Are Addictive: details >>

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Cigarettes Are Addictive New Ad
Type: Print
Themes: Addiction, Health Consequences of Smoking, Countering Pro-Tobacco Influences
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2011
Description: The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act requires FDA to include new warning labels on cigarette packages and in cigarette advertisements. On June 22, 2011, FDA published a final rule requiring color graphics depicting the negative health consequences of smoking to accompany the nine new textual warning statements. However, the final rule was challenged in court by several tobacco companies, and on August 24, 2012, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit vacated the rule and remanded the matter to the Agency. On December 5, 2012, the Court denied the government’s petition for panel rehearing and rehearing en banc. The government decided not to seek further review of the Court’s ruling. Therefore, the posted images are currently not in use. Available in JPEG format.    more details >>
Cigarettes Cause Cancer: details >>

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Cigarettes Cause Cancer New Ad
Type: Print
Themes: Health Consequences of Smoking, Countering Pro-Tobacco Influences
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2011
Description: The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act requires FDA to include new warning labels on cigarette packages and in cigarette advertisements. On June 22, 2011, FDA published a final rule requiring color graphics depicting the negative health consequences of smoking to accompany the nine new textual warning statements. However, the final rule was challenged in court by several tobacco companies, and on August 24, 2012, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit vacated the rule and remanded the matter to the Agency. On December 5, 2012, the Court denied the government’s petition for panel rehearing and rehearing en banc. The government decided not to seek further review of the Court’s ruling. Therefore, the posted images are currently not in use. Available in JPEG format.   more details >>
Cigarettes Cause Strokes and Heart Disease: details >>

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Cigarettes Cause Strokes and Heart Disease New Ad
Type: Print
Themes: Health Consequences of Smoking, Countering Pro-Tobacco Influences
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2011
Description: The Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act requires FDA to include new warning labels on cigarette packages and in cigarette advertisements. On June 22, 2011, FDA published a final rule requiring color graphics depicting the negative health consequences of smoking to accompany the nine new textual warning statements. However, the final rule was challenged in court by several tobacco companies, and on August 24, 2012, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit vacated the rule and remanded the matter to the Agency. On December 5, 2012, the Court denied the government’s petition for panel rehearing and rehearing en banc. The government decided not to seek further review of the Court’s ruling. Therefore, the posted images are currently not in use. Available in JPEG format.   more details >>
Don’t Let The Door Hit Your Ash: details >>

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Don’t Let The Door Hit Your Ash New Ad
Type: Print
Campaigns: Break Up with Tobacco  
Themes: Cessation - General
Languages: English
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2013
Description: Anti-smoking campaign encouraging smokers to end their harmful relationship with tobacco. Posters contain a bright and bold relationship break-up line encouraging smokers that “it’s time to break up with tobacco.” These break-up lines are a fun and different approach with messages that can be applied or adapted to any group. Bottom portion can be modified to include any links or resources for tobacco cessation.   more details >>
Felicita's Tip - Out-of-Home: details >>

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Felicita's Tip - Out-of-Home New Ad
Type: Out-of-Home
Campaigns: Tips From Former Smokers  
Themes: Cessation - Quitline, Health Consequences of Smoking
Languages: English, Spanish
Cost: Free
Year Produced: 2014
Description: Smoking can destroy your smile. This out-of-home ad from CDC's Tips From Former Smokers campaign features Felicita, who smoked, got gum disease, and lost all her teeth by age 50. Ads are in 30-sheet, 14" x 48", 11" x 28", and 69" x 48" resizable dimensions and are available in TIFF, JPEG, and PDF formats.    more details >>
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