News | 2007
Katie Couric | CBS News (8 Oct 2007)
Movies don't show the tragic effects of smoking, just the glamour.
Michael Cieply | The New York Times (1 Oct 2007)
Even the most aggressive studios have built wiggle-room into their policies.
Jeff Glor | CBS Early Show (29 Sep 2007)
Researchers say that when it comes to smoking, life imitates art.
The editors | The Christian Science Monitor (1 Aug 2007)
Disney's ban on smoking in some of its movies is part of an inexorable shift in public perception.
Andy Fixmer | The Washington Post (27 Jul 2007)
Family movies from Disney, the first studio to make the pledge, will not show cigarette smoking.
Brooks Barnes | The New York Times (26 Jul 2007)
Disney's action comes amid increasing pressure from advocacy groups and regulators.
Josh Grossberg | E! (25 Jul 2007)
CEO Robert Iger laid out the company's revised guidelines.
William Triplett | Variety (22 Jun 2007)
Lawmaker asks Hollywood to raise awareness.
Jim Puzzanghera | Los Angeles Times (11 May 2007)
A UC-San Francisco professor of medicine said the MPAA announcement did not go far enough.