One of PETA's key strategies is to get coverage of animal rights in the media. Through eye-catching demonstrations, celebrity ads and original ideas, we reach readers of major national and local papers, viewers of TV and readers of blogs.
With activities ranging from the unveiling of ads with celebrities who would "rather go naked than wear fur" to releasing footage and details of undercover investigations, PETA tells the world what happens to animals behind closed doors every day.
Recent News Releases
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- 'Richard III' Director Accused of Cruelty to Animals At Trafalgar Studios
- PETA Takes on L'Oreal, Procter & Gamble and Other Brands Over Animal Testing
- Photos: PETA Bunnies Take Over London Fashion Week at Somerset House
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- Victorian School Bell On The Auction Block To Help Forest Of Dean's Wild Boars
- Dorset Woman's Travel Company Receives Ethical Award
- Controversial 'Zoo Lates' Under Fire From Leading Animal-Protection Groups
- World Champion Free Runner Pulls Death-Defying Stunt To Promote Vegan Eating