TAGGED: television advertising
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Broadcast in 1979, this one-minute television advertisement for ‘Rocktober’, an annual month-long radio campaign hosted by 2SM, promoting the local rock scene with con

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The first transistor radios were released in 1954, and became increasingly popular in the 1960s as people enjoyed the convenience of listening to these lighter and more affordable portable radios e

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Television advertisement for Cancer Council Victoria featuring the jingle 'Slip! Slop! Slap!', written by Philip Adams and Peter Best.

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Following an agreement between Kerry Packer and the Australian Cricket Board in mid-1979, World Series Cricket players were once again able to be selected for the 'official' Australian cricket team

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This ad features players from the popular West Indian cricket team and shows how valuable they were at the time in terms of entertainment and promotion of cricket in Australia.

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This clip is a television advertisement from 1999 featuring Ray Martin and Deborah Mailman talking about the concept of Reconciliation in Australia with the tagline 'We can do it.

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Kay Roberts (middle) with cast and crew shooting a Seppelts television commercial at Artransa Park Studios.

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'You can kangaroo, you can!', runs the jingle for this advertisement for Sanitarium Skippy Corn Flakes.

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This Joyce Mayne ad from 1989 contains multiple layers of delight for retro ad lovers.

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The influence of Jean-Luc Godard's science fiction cult classic Alphaville (1965) is evident in this television ad for Berlei.