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Ad Urges Congress to Pass Online Piracy Bills

Creative America, an entertainment-industry group trying to stop content theft, is out with a new ad campaign to encourage Congress to pass two bills that it says will stop online piracy, helping to protect American ideas and jobs.

A television ad will run on CNN, MSNBC and Fox News and a print ad will run in the New York Times and Variety. There will also be online ads and there is no stop date for the campaign, Creative America spokesman Craig Hoffman told the Alley. He said Creative America was not releasing the cost of the ad buy.

The two bills are the Stop Online Piracy Act (H.R. 3261) and the Protect IP Act (S. 968).

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