Counter Tobacco Podcast Episode 13: A Look at the Federal Flavor Ban & Tobacco 21

Cigarettes, Disparities, E-Cigarettes, FDA, Flavors (including Menthol), Podcast, Tobacco21, Uncategorized

Over the past few months, we’ve seen a lot of changes to the regulatory environment surrounding tobacco products. This episode highlights the new federal flavor ban and Tobacco 21 law, as well as what some states and local jurisdictions have done to advance tobacco control and what your locality could do to support strong tobacco control. Listen … Read More

Counter Tobacco Podcast Episode 12: Counter Tools’ Executive Director Maria Julian & Her Vision of the Future

Disparities, Flavors (including Menthol), Healthy Retailers, Podcast, Policy Advocacy

In this episode, we speak with Counter Tools’ new Executive Director, Maria Julian. Learn about her visions for the future of Counter Tools and Counter and hear what she thinks we should be on the lookout for in tobacco control this upcoming year. Listen below, on iTunes, or on LibSyn.  

Counter Tobacco Podcast Episode 11: Hookah Tobacco at the Point of Sale

Advertising Restictions, Flavors (including Menthol), Licensing, Non-Tax Price Increases, Podcast, Price Promotions, Product Availability, Product Packaging, Retailer Density, Stores Near Schools, Youth

In this episode, we take a closer look at hookah. Learn about general trends in hookah tobacco use, hookah industry marketing and promotional strategies at the point of sale and point of consumption, examples of current state and local-level regulations, and point-of-sale policy options. Listen below, on iTunes, or LibSyn. Learn more about hookah tobacco at … Read More

Counter Tobacco Podcast Episode 9 – Tobacco and America: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

E-Cigarettes, Licensing, Personal Narrative, Podcast, Preemption, Tobacco21, Youth

In this episode, we talk with Jake Wilson, a junior and statistics major at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, who has been taking a service-learning course titled “Tobacco and America,” which “examines the complex significances of tobacco—a plant of great local importance to North Carolina—by placing it in a variety of historical, … Read More

On the Counter Tobacco Podcast: Interview with Dr. Melissa Little on POS Tobacco and the Military

Disparities, Non-Tax Price Increases, Podcast, Price Promotions, Product Availability

As a follow-up to our webinar on the Intersection of POS Tobacco Use and the Military, we had the privilege of talking to Dr. Melissa Little, Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences at the University of Virginia. Dr. Little’s work centers around military populations and she is currently the head of a … Read More

Counter Tobacco Podcast Episode 6: African-American Tobacco Use and Industry Targeting

Cigarettes, Disparities, Flavors (including Menthol), Podcast

On this episode of the Counter Tobacco Podcast, we continue our discussion at how different aspects of people’s lives are used by Big Tobacco and ultimately, how we can stop their influence from further spreading.  Today’s episode focuses on African-American Tobacco Use and Industry Targeting. Listen below, on SoundCloud, or on iTunes.  Sources The Role … Read More

Counter Tobacco Podcast Episode 3: Tobacco’s Replacement Smokers

Advertising Restictions, Licensing, Podcast, Stores Near Schools, Youth

This episode of the Counter Tobacco podcast continues our previous discussion on how the tobacco industry views young people as “replacement smokers”, including some of the tactics they use to recruit them to their side. Listen below, on SoundCloud, or iTunes.  Sources The Role of the Media in Promoting and Reducing Tobacco Use Stores Near Schools … Read More is a project of Counter Tools. Counter Tools (logo)