Articles for tag: Television Commercials, TV Commercials

Karla News

TV Commercial Audition Tips – Improvisation

As a young actor, I had an overwhelming desire to work in television commercials. Not only do these productions offer their actors regular exposure to the general public, but the pay for TV commercials is quite nice. If you are interested in working in TV commercials, then you must be a well-versed improvisational actor as ...

Myth: Proctor and Gamble’s Logo is a Cult Symbol

Myths about products, people, and companies easily make the rounds in society. It seems that these rumors happen with or without the Internet. One of those myths was that Proctor and Gamble is secretly owned by the Moonies. So, first of all, who are the Moonies? The Moonies are members of Reverend Sun Myung Moon’s ...

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Geico Insurance Beats the Rest

Television commercials touting the benefits of switching to Geico for your insurance needs are prevalent. Their current television commercials use the statement “It’s so easy even a caveman can use it.” Insurance companies seem to offer the same products on a slightly different price scale. Each state has its own liability requirements. I do not ...

Healthy Living Tips: Brushing Your Teeth at Night

Make a schedule Many people skip the task of brushing their teeth before they go to bed. This is a routine that can get worse over time if it is repeated. Nighttime brushing is treated as more of a random act than a necessity. However, it is one of the most essential actions that contribute ...

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Tips for Writing TV Commercials

Television commercials are one of those things in life that people seem to either really enjoy or really hate. While some people hate all commercials, most are only upset by the commercials that seem senseless, crude or stupid to them. Super Bowl advertising and the audience’s mixed reactions to different advertising strategies are a great ...

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5 Popular TV Advertising Tricks: And Why They Work

The next time you’re perusing your local supermarket’s aisles, think about the items that you’ve just placed into your cart. Did you make a list and select only those items? Or did you toss a few extra products into the buggy? If you said ‘yes’ to the latter question, then it might be a fair ...