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
- Norway Rejects Military Application To Use Live Pigs In Deadly Training Exercises
- Beware Gloves Made Of Dog Skin Now On Global Market, PETA Warns; Dog-Leather Factories Penetrated By PETA Asia
- Photos: 'Scratch Wool Off Your Shopping List', Activists Tell Shoppers In Edinburgh
- Jacqueline Fernandez And Former Supreme Court Judge Named PETA India's People Of The Year
- Avian Flu Outbreak Prompts Appeal For UK Pigeon Racing Ban
- Photos: Happy Christmas for Gay Bull – Granted Reprieve From Slaughter – As He Arrives At Sanctuary
- Rename Nottingham 'Not-Eating-Ham' For Christmas, PETA Asks Council
- Ruling On PETA Complaint A Victory For Animals Used In EU Chemical Tests
- Photos: 'The Apprentice' Star Delivers Bag of Coal to Fur-Peddler Harvey Nichols
- Weather Bomb: PETA Offers Urgent Information For Safeguarding Companion Animals During Severe Weather