Supplement Ad Substantiation Remains Problematic – ABC Exec
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
TV networks face the challenge of balancing consumers' safety and shareholder interests when reviewing dietary supplement ad claims, ABC Broadcast Standards VP Harvey Dzodin commented at an advertising meeting in New York
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