TV ads featuring Tiger Woods have not been appearing on TV since the Woods scandal broke last month, the Kansas City Star reports.
The paper says both Bloomberg and the Wall St. Journal have had articles about this.
The Kansas City paper says, "As the scandal continues to unfold and additional allegations pour out, there’s no doubt that Woods’ sponsors are meeting to decide how to move forward.
"For Woods, the stakes are huge. He is projected to surpass $1 billion in career earnings by 2010, 90% of which will have come from endorsements."
One widely reported move–that by Gatorade in cancelling a Tiger Woods drink–has been documented to have been announced before the scandal broke.