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Split speaker radio commercials

TV now runs far more acceptable "split screen" commercials; radio could be similar
 
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I can't listen to radio because of all the loud car, jewelry and ambulance chaser ads. TV is now split screening [1] commercials so you can continue to watch the game, race or whatever, while the commercial is playing on a screen at the same time; it's very pleasing to me. If listening to classic rock and roll on the radio, the commercial would have a theme based on the jest of a classic rock and roll song playing in the background. A commercial selling a sports car could have The Beach Boys "409" playing in the background. The words to the song could be used to the advantage of the advertiser: "She's real fine my 409 She's real fine my 409 My 409 Well I saved my pennies and I saved my dimes..." The car dealer could say something like, "You don't have to save your pennies and dimes with our low prices..." Jewelers could play "Diamond Girl" while they talked about how their discount price jewelry and loans to meet societal requirements of how much you should spend for a ring -- just the thing to make that girl yours..." Trial lawyers could run "Mobb Deep f/ Method Man 'Extortion' (1996) while the attorney explains how they got in the law business purely for YOUR benefit with complete disregard for the 30% cut they get on the out of court settlement. In words, rather than the more expensive "how to" video on TV commercials, the attorney could explain in detail how to locate a phone and dial a telephone number to initiate that new McDonalds hot coffee in the lap lawsuit [2]. New arrangements would have to made in musician's royalty payments, but I am sure the artists would love to have the air time for their tunes, except for Neal Young [3].
Sunstone, Oct 22 2013

[1] Split screen TV commercials http://www.broadcas...ports_Telecasts.php
Far more pleasing to the eyes and ears [Sunstone, Oct 22 2013]

[3] Neil Young won't sell his songs for use in commercials http://voices.yahoo...cessary-916337.html
Ain't singin' for Pepsi, Ain't singin' for Coke, I don't sing for nobody, Makes me look like a joke, This note's for you. [Sunstone, Oct 22 2013]

[2] Lawsuits that show just what lengths trial lawyers will push themselves to protect the "people" in a "losers [don't have to] pay" society http://www.cracked....are-total-b.s..html
6 famousously legitimate lawsuits that leveled the playing field for the common man [Sunstone, Oct 22 2013]

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       Is it not simpler to listen to a non-commercial station?
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 22 2013
  
      
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