ASC’s reason for being is borne by the agreement of the four organizations to subject all its advertising materials under review of a single common body. These organizations represent the leading advertisers, creative and media advertising agencies and media networks. They agree to a set of standards and system to ensure that advertisements which fail to meet those standards are quickly removed and corrected.
|Association of Accredited Advertising Agencies (4A's)
As a national trade association, the Association of Accredited Advertising Agencies - Philippines (4A's), undertakes the improvement and strengthening of the advertising agency business in the Philippines by counseling its members on operations and management, by providing the collective experience of the many to each, by fostering professional development, by encouraging the highest creative and business standards and by attracting excellent people to the business.
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|Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines UPMG)
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|Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (KBP)
The KBP is the Kapisanan ng mga Brodkaster ng Pilipinas (Association of Broadcasters of the Philippines), the foremost broadcast media organization in the country, composed of owners and operators of radio and television stations and the radio and television stations themselves. The KBP was organized to elevate professional and ethical standards in Philippine broadcasting, promote social responsibility in broadcasting, work for the advancement of the broadcast industry and protect the rights and interests of broadcasters, seminars and conferences.
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|Media Specialists Association of the Philippines (MSAP)
The Media Specialists Association of the Philippines (MSAP) is an independent organization established to help media agencies directly navigate the critical issues affecting the advertising industry. As media issues become more and more complex, it is MSAP’s responsibility to regulate, monitor and assist the local media industry and those who work and depend on it.
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|Philippine Association of National Advertisers (PANA)
The Philippine Association of National Advertisers (PANA) is the biggest and oldest non-stock, non-profit organization that unites the users of advertising belonging to every major industry in the country. Composed of more than 300 member companies, PANA recognizes and fulfills its role and leadership in the advertising industry as a self-regulatory body that is committed to the promotion of "Truth in Advertising".
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|United Print Media Group(UPMG)
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