My Radio Reel
Here’s a collection of some of my favorite executions in my favorite medium, radio.
JUST ADDED: Just found this old spot I did at The Martin Agency in 1985. (Yes, radio had just been invented then, very funny.)
This next one “Crickets,” is for Dunwoody, a technical school in Minneapolis that trains young people in the trades; training that will actually land them a job. It was fun working with the sound engineer to create the trill of the cricket’s voices.
The next one down is for Norwegian Cruise Line. They wanted to tell folks that NCL docked longer at the Hawaiian Islands, giving customers more time to play.
A demonstration spot for the political coverage of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
Another spot for Dunwoody.
National radio spot for Miller Lite beer.
Another Miller Lite spot.
This last one uses original music. I’m always telling writers, “Dude, don’t do music” and then I go and do it. Sue me.