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
- Who Will Be Crowned 'The Great Vegan Bake-Off' Champion?
- Top UK Army Doctor Reveals House of Commons' Demands to Switch to Non-Animal Simulators
- Photos: Protesting 'Monkeys' Caged Outside French Embassy
- Pamela Anderson Urges Indian Health Minister to Ban Import of Animal Tested Cosmetics
- Hunger-Striking Bullfighters Offered Job Retraining By PETA US
- PETA Offers To Clean Up Farranree And, Using Eye-Catching New Ads, Show Cork Residents The Benefits Of Going Vegan
- Spider Videobomb Prompts Gift Of Humane Bug Catcher For BBC News Presenter
- The Oven Mitts Are Off: 'Great Vegan Bake-Off' Is On
- India's University Grants Commission Bans Dissection In All Zoology And Life-Sciences, Postgraduate Courses
- Discovery Of Human Body Parts In Dublin Waste Plant Prompts Provocative Vegan Billboard