NBCU to cut junk food ads from 26 stations

09/26/2007 | Advertising Age (tiered subscription model)

NBC Universal is extending its junk food ad ban on its Qubo kids' TV block to 26 owned-and-operated NBC and Telemundo stations. The move, which takes effect in June, could influence rival networks to take similar steps against marketing less nutritious foods, according to this article.

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