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 Media Releases
- Monkee Genes Goes Vegan, Offers Limited-Edition Pleather 'Peta-Approved' Label
- Sexy Bodypainted Vegan 'Beefeaters' Want You to 'Hold the Beef'
- Paul McCartney's Easter Appeal: 'Make It a Good Friday for Animals – Try Vegetarian'
- And The Winners Are ...
- Alan Carr Wants You to Be a 'Fairy' for Animals – And Always Spay or Neuter
- £1,000 Reward Offered To Help Find Man Who Kicked Pigeon to Death in City Centre
- Zoning Snag Ends PETA US Plan To Make Jeffrey Dahmer's Home Into Vegan Restaurant
- High Court Orders Abused Elephant Sunder's Release To Sanctuary
- Giant Plucked 'Goose' to London Pillow Fighters: Down Hurts!
- Princess Anne To Be Offered Empathy Course By PETA After Badger-Gassing, Horse-Eating Comments