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Spots – What A Load



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(2/27/2013 2:16:35 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
1964, Hell they produced better spots back then, At least it usually contained a strong USP factor, and memorable branding. The smug, ironic crap that the national houses turn out is weak and ineffective,
- Phil Yarbourough
(2/27/2013 2:09:07 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
1964, Hell they produced better spots back then, At least it usually contained a strong USP factor, and memorable branding. The smug, ironic crap that the national houses turn out is weak and ineffective,
- Phil Yarbourough
(2/26/2013 9:39:30 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Once again, the visual is: A night-time, static shot taken about 20 yards from the edge of a forest.
The SFX is: Crickets chirping.

Meanwhile, the audience has been made aware at another time that there are many, many forest inhabitants all hunkered down in complete, breathless silence - terrified of the boogie-men who are among them and who will pounce, devour and slurp the marrow from their cowardly bones at any time.

What makes the inhabitants (radio folk) crazy is the knowledge that these boogie-men are not exclusively nocturnal. They are on the hunt 24 hours a day. And they go "Live"!

- Ronald T. Robinson


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