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Counter Tobacco is a pre-produced, interview and research-based podcast dedicated to the six million people that die from tobacco related causes each year. There are so many reasons why someone picks up their first cigarette and this podcast aims to highlight the role the tobacco industry's influence at the point of sale plays. Episodes will range from in-depth profiles of the demographics most affected by tobacco to stories rooted in the history of the industry's marketing tactics. The Coun ...
 
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In this episode, we talk with Dr. Amanda Kong, one of the authors of a recent paper "Boosting the Tobacco Control Vaccine: recognizing the role of the retail environment in addressing tobacco use and disparities." We discuss how key retail strategies, including addressing product availability, pricing and promotions, advertising and display, the mi…
 
This episode is all about working towards health equity with point-of-sale tobacco control. We’ll discuss some of the drivers behind inequities in tobacco use and related morbidities and mortality, and how we can use a pro-equity approach to plan, implement, and enforce policies that allow all individuals and all communities a fair and just opportu…
 
On Your Radar' is a new episode format designed to put the most relevant and recent news stories and research on countering tobacco product sales, promotions, and marketing in the retail environment on your radar. This episode spotlights flavor bans. From the West Coast (California) to the Midwest (Edina and Fridley, MN & Chicago, IL), we've got yo…
 
“On Your Radar” is a new episode format, where we release two mini-episodes – one halfway through the month, one at the end of the month – that provide you with the most recent and relevant news stories and research on countering tobacco product sales, promotions, and marketing in the retail environment. Listen to Part 2 to learn what has happened …
 
"On Your Radar" is a new episode format, where we release two mini-episodes - one halfway through the month, one at the end of the month - that provide you with the most recent and relevant news stories and research on countering tobacco product sales, promotions, and marketing in the retail environment. Listen to Part 1 to learn what has happened …
 
This episode is designed to answer all your questions about heated tobacco products, or as the industry refers to them, "heat-not-burn" products. This episode covers their design and safety, assesses their marketing and current regulation, examines a bit of the newer research and literature on the products, explains the FDA's 'modified risk' label …
 
This episode is the first in what we hope will be a new series called, 'Authentic Voices', where we speak with individuals in communities across the US to hear how their lived experiences and interactions in the retail environment impacted their journey with tobacco. In this episode, we speak with Shaun Pryor, a Chicago-native and Oklahoma-transpla…
 
Pharmacies are licensed healthcare facilities uniquely positioned to provide healthcare services and health advice directly to community members across the US. Yet, many pharmacies still widely promote and sell tobacco products, the leading cause of preventable disease and death in this country. This episode focuses entirely on tobacco-free pharmac…
 
Tobacco retail licenses (TRLs) are one of the most lasting and effective strategies in tobacco control. In addition to letting states and localities know who is selling tobacco, licensing is an evidence-based way to reduce tobacco use; it also offers a versatile regulatory platform that allows jurisdictions to implement additional policies that can…
 
The tobacco industry spends over $9 billion dollars each year marketing cigarettes and smokeless tobacco in the United States. This episode dives into the ways in which the industry allocates this exorbitant amount of money to target communities of low socioeconomic status, and examines how the industry's manipulative tactics impact disparities in …
 
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.…
 
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 options저자 Counter Tobacco
 
In this episode, we interview Katherine Ungar, Executive Director of the Preventing Tobacco Addiction Foundation. Learn about how interest in policies raising the minimum legal sales age to 21 (or "Tobacco 21" policies) has grown in the US, what makes a strong Tobacco 21 policy, and pitfalls to avoid. We talk about federal Tobacco 21 bills that hav…
 
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, in…
 
On June 14, 2018, Counter Tools and CounterTobacco.org held their 4th quarterly webinar. The webinar covered the intersection of point-of-sale tobacco and the military, with Amanda Kong, a UNC researcher and doctoral student, presenting her team's findings pertaining to the pricing of tobacco products on Air Force bases. Following the webinar, Coun…
 
Panther’s season preview NFL favorite story lines to watch UNC self-reported violations (players sold Air Jordans), and then asked for leniency citing “player safety” Lebron to LA, Kawhi to Toronto - NBA free-agency Atlanta Braves are good again, how did that happen? Buy, Sell, Hold저자 American Podcast Company
 
For this bonus episode of the podcast, following up on our episode on African-American Tobacco Use and Industry Targeting," two Counter Tools staff members, Jackie Boards and Rose DeLeon-Foote had the opportunity to interview Dr. Phillip Gardiner, Co-Chair of the African-American Tobacco Control Leadership Council, while he was in the Triangle, NC …
 
Episode Five: African-American Tobacco Use and Industry Targeting 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 T…
 
Episode Five: LGBTQ Tobacco Use On this episode of the Counter Tobacco Podcast, we begin 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. We begin with the LGBTQ community. Sources The Role of the Media in Promoting and Reducing Tobacco Use Is T…
 
Episode Four: Vaping There’s a new product in town and it’s certainly becoming popular. This episode of the Counter Tobacco podcast explores the new trend of vaping, including how e-cigarettes work and who exactly is using them. Sources Standardized Tobacco Assessment for Retail Settings: Vape Shop E-Cigarettes at the Point of Sale Electronic Cigar…
 
Episode Three: Tobacco’s Replacement Smokers 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. Sources The Role of the Media in Promoting and Reducing Tobacco Use Stores Near Scho…
 
Episode Two: National Tobacco Prevention Campaigns The war on tobacco rages on. So who’s on our side? This episode of the Counter Tobacco podcast explores some of the national tobacco prevention campaigns going on right now, as well as the most infamous public service announcement of all time. For more information on this episode, visit CounterToba…
 
The War in the Store - Point of Sale Advertising The war on tobacco rages on. Its newest battleground - stores. Since the Master Settlement Agreement of 1998, tobacco point of sale advertisements have invaded places like gas stations and convenience stores. The effects can be devastating to current smokers looking to quit and to children, many of w…
 
Mike and Drew discuss the firing of David Gettlemen from the Carolina Panther's front office and what the upcoming Panther's season will be like. We also discuss the prospect of Major League Soccer coming to the Triangle and compare the Carolina Hurricane's struggles with the likelihood of MLS success.…
 
What are the Top 3 Lessons from Round 1? What did we learn from Cavaliers 4-0 sweep that included a 26 point come from behind victory? Were the Celtics ever really on the ropes? Listen as newcomer Willie Green joins Mike and Drew to talk about playing at Rucker Park, life as a Knicks fan, and, mostly, the NBA playoffs. Mike explains why the LaMarcu…
 
NBA Playoffs? NBA Playoffs! Can LeBron flip the switch? Early round upset? Could James Harden survive the force of nature that is Westbrook and shoot down the Spurs? The NBA renaissance is fully upon us and Drew and Mike will break down the 2017 match-ups (assuming Drew can figure out exactly whose playing). Listen as Drew tries to explain how Step…
 
UNC basketball program just won its sixth national championship and its third one under Roy Williams. But before Roy was head coach, for 8 years he was an assistant coach under Dean Smith and during that time he was head coach of the UNC JV Mens basketball team. Dean Smith believed that every student should have a chance to play on the JV team. And…
 
How come the ACC got smoked during a wild opening weekend of the NCAA Tournament? Why did the NCAA force Duke to play a road game as a second seed? Plus, we discuss our favorite Sweet 16 matchups (Gonzaga-West Virginia/Kentucky-UCLA, anyone?) before a spirited round of Buy, Sell or Hold in which we predict whether or not Gonzaga will finally reach …
 
Now that the Sweet Sixteen is here and only 1 ACC team has it, this talk is more relevant in ever. Avid listeners of the podcast will recognize this as Part 3 of Episode 30. In it, we take a list of ACC players with professional basketball hopes and Ron and Mike debate whether they will stay in school or go on to play professional basketball next y…
 
It's NCAA Tournament time and if you are looking for a No. 12 (or 13) seed to pick to get an upset or wondering which No. 1 or 2 seed is most likely to lose, listen to this episode! In it Drew mines Mike and Ron for their best pick ideas and then brazenly challenges them to a competition. We debate the No. 1 seeds - Villanova, Kansas, Gonzaga and N…
 
The North Carolina Tar Heels ended the ACC basketball season atop the standings, and we take a second to talk about their final two games - the win against the Duke Blue Devils, where they scored 90 points, and the loss against the Virginia Cavaliers, where they scored 43! We also debate the merits of UNC's Justin Jackson as the ACC Player of the Y…
 
In Mark Gottfried's 5 1/2 years as the North Carolina State men's basketball coach, he made four NCAA tournament appearances and twice advanced to the Sweet 16. Yet he was fired last week. Mike Adams, State fan and alum, talks about what went wrong and gives us a view into what Wolfpack nation thinks. Was it the right move? Also we debate who will …
 
The Falcons were ahead 28 - 3 in the third quarter. Brady looked shook. Then a little thing we like to refer to as "the greatest choke in the history of professional sports" happened. We try and break down the crazy awesome comeback that was Super Bowl 51. We also talk to Dave Brown, a reporter for the Concord (N.H.) Monitor, who covered the Patrio…
 
It's Super Bowl 51 (LI; does anyone else miss the Roman numerals?) time, and in this episode we take on the Super Bowl prop bets. You know, the stuff only experts would know - like who will score the first touchdown, what Lady Gaga's first song will be during the halftime show and the surprising dicey proposition Luke Bryan faces when deciding whet…
 
The NFL is back in Los Angeles, and with not one team but two. Will it be twice the fun, or do LA fans really hate the Chargers as much as they seem to? Also, we jump right in on the Super Bowl, ponder just how much NBA players embarrassed themselves with their all-star voting, and let Mike have his moment in the sun after N.C. State stunned Duke i…
 
We recap Clemson vs Alabama. Was it better than last year's championship? One of the best games ever? We also check-in with ACC Men's basketball and discuss who's the team to beat. Will Florida State fade come tournament time or do they have what it takes? Also Ron and Mike make their next NFL Playoff picks and Mike lets us all know which NFL bet h…
 
After conducting our "official" Blooperman poll, we reveal our top 10 most compelling sports stories of 2016. And lots of amazing things happened this year. We had an Olympics that featured Usain Bolt and Michael Phelps both accomplishing amazing feats, a last second shot that won NCAA Men's basketball tournament, an NBA team (Golden State Warriors…
 
We talk about our favorite moments from first presidential debate. You will never believe what the pilot said when he sat down next to Mike at a bar in an airport as the debate began. Ron shares his thoughts on Colin Kaepernick's now that the protests he inspired have spread across sporting events. We also manage to work in reflects on College Foot…
 
We discuss the NCAA moving its championship games from North Carolina and athletes protesting during national anthem. We also talk with Dave Brown, reporter for the Concord Monitor, about the questions he asked Bill Belichick that caused an uproar among Patriots fans.
 
The Olympic spirit grabbed us, shook us out of our summer blahs, and inspired us. Too bad that didn't happen in Rio, where there was hardly anyone in the stands. What did you think of the NBC coverage? Also, find out who Ron thinks is the greater Olympian - Michael Phelps or Usain Bolt. We also check in on our MLB picks and discuss Kevin Durant, US…
 
Jose Bautista gets hit by pitch, has a ball thrown at his head and get punched in the face. What was his transgrettion? Flipping a bat after hitting a studly home run in Game 5 of last years ALDS. How is this possibly justified? Is there any place for this kind of revenge in baseball? Also Dave Adams breaks down Memphis Grizzlies basketball season …
 
We try and get our arms around Moogfest the huge electronic music that is so much more. With special guest Josh Segal, an organizer at the festival, we get introduced to the concept of transhumanism as well as learn about the plethora of activities at the festival including a special installation at the Grimes performance. We also try to dissect th…
 
Amazingly, some people (*Cough, Mike Adams, Cough*) aren't convinced Steph Curry is the best player in the NBA, and in this edition of the Blooperman Podcast our resident data analyst and NBA junkie lays out his case against the unanimous league MVP as Ron Wagner, our resident skeptic and reluctant NBA consumer, stares on in horror. We also talk Sp…
 
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