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
- New Optical Illusion Bus Ad Tells Overweight Commuters It's Time to Go Vegan
- Vegan Revolution Hits Edinburgh As La Favorita Launches Vegan Cheese Pizza
- Paul O'Grady To Lord Mayor: Please Don't Herd Sheep Across London Bridge
- 'Get Your Balls Out – Not The Bulls', PETA Tells Spanish And Portuguese Towns
- Tesco, Yo! Sushi and Hyatt Regency Among Winners of PETA's Vegan Food Awards 2014
- Paul McCartney Sings Praises of New London Street Art Installation
- Innovative Guerrilla Art Installation Stops Londoners In Their Tracks
- Minehead Lifeboat Crew Receives Award For Rescuing Dog Trapped On A Rock For A Week
- Video: Protesters Disrupt Baby-Monkey Experimenter's Speech As New Exposé Reveals Animals Being Made Mentally Ill
- Pigeon Racer Pleads No Contest To Gambling Charge After PETA US Investigation