Brand new radio for "Pink Tax", wherein a woman breathlessly keeps talking because if she didn't you might just interrupt her for no other reason than, she's a woman.

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This is pretty hysterical. They had that text to speech dictation robot voice recite the words to The Macarena to make the point that internet without a music service is boring. Get Radio Tigo on your mobile now. Ha ha ha ha.

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Amnesty International developed a series of podcasts that will come out periodically, starting today. This first 30 minute podcast in the series tells the story story of Chinese civil rights activist, Chen Guangcheng, narrated by Christian Bale. This podcast is composed by Audio Network Composer, Paul Ressel and Sue Verran to provide extra emotional depth.

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BCHydro presents shorter songs for shorter showers this month of Offtober.
Here's our snappy hit: ONE TWO THREE FOUR 'drum drum* thank you and goodnight!"

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Pita Pit has your resolution solution. Healthy eating begins with food. Not at the gym. Living in L.A. I can empathize with this one.

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Pita Pit has your resolution solution. And it's a smarter one than going on the all-bean diet.

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Pita Pit has your resolution solution. Hint: It doesn't involve yoga.

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This radio spot from Ireland encourages you to pay for your radio license and avoid a huge fine. Because "watching TV in your underpants shouldn't be a crime." Hats off to Publicis Dublin for bringing the funny-- and to RTÉ for not being your typical Government stick-in-the-mud client.

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"First world problem? yes. Costly one? You're damn right." This spot is encouraging young Irish men and women to pay the piper for their TV license, otherwise they're fined a crazy amount of dosh. Nice use of the word "Flamingo" in this one.

Agency – Publicis Dublin
Client: RTÉ
Title: Unfortunate Stories
Creative Director – Ronan Nulty
Copywriter – Luke O’ Reilly
Agency Producer – Rachel Murray
Account Executive – Ian Hollinshead
Account Director – Shona Byrne
Marketing Manager – Anne Faulkner

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*cue sad piano* For just 13 Euro a month you can pay the gov't for your TV license. Because if you don't you'll be fined, or worse, end up like Jarleth here. Funny stuff.

Agency – Publicis Dublin
Client: RTÉ
Title: Unfortunate Stories
Creative Director – Ronan Nulty
Copywriter – Luke O’ Reilly
Agency Producer – Rachel Murray
Account Executive – Ian Hollinshead
Account Director – Shona Byrne
Marketing Manager – Anne Faulkner

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Stop overworking and multi-tasking and start living your life by multitasking with a Kona Beer.

Client: Kona
Agency: Duncan/Channon

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The Hawaiian brothers are here to tell you to stop working so stupidly hard and to kick back and have some Kona beers.

"No brother. Darren is Hypothetical."
"Oh no, we alllll Got a darren."

Client: Kona
Agency: Duncan/Channon

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"There was a time ..way back when an mp3 was a CD was an LP your radio was the size of your television, and your television the size of your fridge...."

Truth. Also thanks for making me feel way old, yo.

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Here's a radio spot for the largest Swedish sports broadcaster Viasat Sport, in which someone professes their love...for their football team.

Credits: M&C Saatchi, UK

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Featuring angry comedian Lewis Black.

Client: NY Lotto
Agency DDB NY
Chief Creative Officer: Matt Eastwood
Group Creative Director: Mike Sullivan
Group Creative Director: Rich Sharp
Copywriter : Daniel Paredes
Head of Production: Ed Zazzera
Executive Producer: Walter Brindak
Business Manager: Kelly McCann
Production Company: Mr. Bronx

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Featuring perpetual angry comedian Lewis Black.

Client: NY Lotto
Agency: DDB NY
Chief Creative Officer: Matt Eastwood
Group Creative Director: Mike Sullivan
Group Creative Director: Rich Sharp
Copywriter: Nick Morgan
Head of Production: Ed Zazzera
Executive Producer: Walter Brindak
Business Manager: Kelly McCann
Production Company: Mr. Bronx

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There are 2 million orphaned children in South Africa. They all deserve a second chance at a decent home life.

Agency: Old Shanghai Firecracker Factory
Agency Creative Director: David Taylor
Copywriter: Inge Blignaut/ Alison McCrae
TV Producer: Leigh-Ann Harris
Art Director: Siya van Rooyen
Production House: Frieze Films
Director: Marc Rowlston
Producer: Liz Dahl
Production Manager: Kelleigh Wessels
Casting Director: Marina Van Tonder
Lighting: Panalux
Lenses and Camera: Panavision
Transcoding: Pulp Films
Edit Suite and Editor: Marc Rowlston
Grade & Online: Ministry of Illusion
Music Composition: Injozi (Nick Argyros)
Audio and Final Mix: Kwajimojo (Jo Darling)
Financial Contribution: Dell

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When I hear the hilarious jingle-singing begin, I'm getting more than a fleeting feel of the real American Heroes Bud Light vibe. Ces't la vie.

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Remember: Get the order right.

Agency: DDB New York
Client: New York Lottery.

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Becomes your mom's favorite by bribing her with a New York Lottery Scratch Off.

Client: New York Lottery
Agency: DDB NY
Matt Eastwood: Chief Creative Officer
Rich Sharp: Group Creative Director
Mike Sullivan: Group Creative Director
Carlos Wigle: Associate Creative Director
Rodrigo de Castro: Art Director
Joao Unzer: Copywriter
Walter Brindak: Executive Producer
Editor: Cutting Room

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