<body> Public Ad Campaign: Clear Channel’s L.A. Billboards: Ignoring Outdoor Advertising Industry Code of Principles
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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Clear Channel’s L.A. Billboards: Ignoring Outdoor Advertising Industry Code of Principles

I am often criticized for addressing my concerns through improper methods and told I should operate within the law if I take such a strong issue with OOH advertising. I understand the concern but the industry I am up against has never played by the rules so why should I? 
Several months ago, we pointed out the fact that a Clear Channel billboard on Lincoln Blvd. in Venice violated an outdoor advertising industry code regarding the proximity of alcohol ads to schools and places of worship. That ad for New Amsterdam vodka was recently removed, but what’s displayed now on that 52 ft. high, 624 sq. ft. sign? An ad for Camarena tequila. More [HERE]

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