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Hollywood seems to use smoking as a shorthand for troubled or antiestablishment characters, but the smoking status of the actors themselves is also influential in whether their characters will smoke on-screen.

Box-office movies and their subsequent video and pay-per-view distribution have become a major route of exposure to tobacco use.

Smokers are depicted as young, independent, rebellious, healthy, and adventurous.

By contrast, the adverse consequences of smoking are never shown.

Alcohol remains the number one drug portrayed on American television: 1 drinking scene is shown every 22 minutes, compared with 1 smoking scene every 57 minutes and 1 illicit drug use scene every 112 minutes.

On Music Television (MTV), teenagers can see alcohol use every 14 minutes.

Digital media are increasingly being used to advertise drugs.The causes of adolescent substance use are multifactorial, but the media can play a key role.Tobacco and alcohol represent the 2 most significant drug threats to adolescents.Teen-oriented magazines contain 48% more advertising for beer, 20% more advertising for hard liquor, and 92% more advertising for sweet alcoholic drinks than do magazines aimed at adults of legal drinking age.Children and teenagers get the message that there is a pill to cure all ills and a drug for every occasion, including sexual intercourse.