The 4A’s filed comments in December on proposed regulations by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) that would require all TV advertisements featuring prescription drugs and biological products to include the list price.
The 4A’s, working via its Board membership in the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA), help drive a self-regulatory solution to increase transparency in political advertising.
The 4A’s is innovating its approach to conferences, focusing on events that address urgent issues with tangible actions, drilling-down on industry challenges to better meet the realities and needs of its members in real time. To mark the shift towards action-oriented events, the 4A’s will forgo hosting its industry-wide spring conference in 2019, and will instead host an inaugural Decisions 20/20 forum, on March 25-26, 2019 in Washington D.C. In addition, due to its popularity, the 4A’s will expand its annual Management Practitioners’ Forum (MPF) to become a standalone event, taking place on April 29-30, 2019 at the W Downtown in Chicago.
In his keynote, P&G Chief Brand Officer, Marc Pritchard, explores the possible causes of why it’s been so tough between marketers and agencies.
In this Member Bulletin, 4A’s President and CEO Nancy Hill outlines two new initiatives related to the issue of media transparency.
A number of meetings have been scheduled to further discuss the issues related to media transparency.
In her latest follow-up, 4A’s CEO & President Nancy Hill discusses a review of the recent Ebiquity report and invites members to an upcoming Town Hall for further discussion.
In her latest communication in the ongoing discussion about media transparency, 4A’s CEO & President Nancy Hill mentions the recent ANA report from Ebiquity and anticipates a more detailed response from the 4A’s.
In this letter, 4A’s CEO & President Nancy Hill updates members on the latest developments regarding media transparency.
The ANA today released a K2 report on media buying practices. Although the 4A’s has worked collaboratively with the ANA via a joint task force, this report is anonymous, one-sided and paints the entire industry with the same negative brush. This statement further elaborates the 4A’s position on this issue.
The 4A’s, the leading trade association representing the advertising agency business, has released the “Transparency Guiding Principles of Conduct,” which outline common goals and modern industry practices surrounding the issue of media transparency.
A working group of 4A’s media agency executives has created Transparency Guiding Principles, which distill and clarify the increasingly complex U.S. Media Planning and Buying landscape.
The 4A’s, ANA and IAB have announced their plans to create a first-of-its-kind cross-industry accountability program designed to fight ad fraud.
Rather than embrace recent browsers, lawmakers and technologists should instead reaffirm their support for the program that is already providing consumers with robust choice and control over their own data.
The 4A’s newest book, “Best Practices Guidelines for Digital Media Audits,” is for advertisers that utilize audits as part of their governance approach to managing and monitoring digital media activities.