Reynolds to Stop Print Ads Next Year

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NEW YORK R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, which has been under intense pressure from anti-smoking groups and members of Congress over print ads for its cigarettes, said Tuesday it would not advertise its brands in newspapers or consumer magazines next year.

The client spent $30 million on U.S. print ads through September after spending nearly $40 million last year, per Nielsen Monitor-Plus.

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