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Commercial Jingle Production

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Sweetwater was conceived and is to be developed by Genesis USA Development, LLC. By implementing a “controlled planning philosophy," Genesis is able to provide the continuity necessary to ensure the utmost confidence in the end use of the development. Genesis was formed exclusively for this development, and strategically created to accomplish the unique goals of Sweetwater. Genesis brings together the best that the world has to offer in tenants, construction and finance, made possible through our strategic partnership alliances. In addition to the expected amenities of a state-of-the-art lifestyle center, Sweetwater will also ...
Although he has composed, arranged and performed in a variety of genre (including classical, pop, R & B, gospel, contemporary Christian and jazz), he is perhaps best known for his work in the jazz idiom, combining straight-ahead jazz piano stylings with Sinatra-style vocals. Like many male jazz vocalists, such as Frank Sinatra , Tony Bennett , Vic Damone , Mel Torme , Harry Connick, Jr. and Michael Bublé , Ray's repertoire centers around the classic popular and jazz standards of the Great American Songbook . However, Ray differs from many of his jazz vocal colleagues in the fact that he does most of his own arrangements and ...
Melanie | Infinity Hall
For three years Melanie, who became the voice of an era in one magical instant onstage at Woodstock, has been putting the pieces in order. Pieces of a career, scattered by the winds of experience and assembled again by the force of love into the most personal and brilliant of Melanie’s many personal and brilliant albums. Recorded in collaboration with Beau Jarred Schekeryk, Melanie's son and a guitarist/producer with a formidable future of his own, and scheduled for mid-September release, this new album, which remains untitled, takes root in the history Melanie has already made but rises through the light of modern times ... market research, surveys and trends
Commercial Break: Like a Good Advertising Campaign, State Farm is ...
Like no other advertising campaign in recent memory, I feel like State Farm’s latest series–referred to as “Magic Jingle” spots in the YouTube titles, so I guess that’s what were going with as a title–was created almost entirely to my specifications. It’s all there–the ridiculous central concept taken to an overly-literal extreme, the inexplicable gaps in general logic, the memorable quotes that work fantastically as out-of-context catch-phrases, even the little details in production that make the clips richer upon repeat viewings. As far as I can tell, the only things missing are ... market research, surveys and trends


Nashville: Economy - Major Industries and Commercial Activity
Nashville's strength as a community truly rests on one solid foundation—its economic diversity. The city is a great "neighborhood" of private and public business and industry, where people are as likely to go to work each morning in banks, hospitals, or government offices as to drive trucks, punch cash registers, or work on assembly lines. The area has benefited from low unemployment, consistent job growth, heavy outside investment and expansion, and a broadening of the labor force. Although the city's economy is not reliant on any one area of production, Nashville is a leader ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Poll » MTV Newsroom
for the show's ninth season (which begins shooting soon). The decision has rocked "Idol" fans everywhere and has lead to all sorts of speculation. What will Paula do now? Will "American Idol" add a fourth judge or just stick with three? Was it really just about money? Did Ryan Seacrest's new contract torpedo Abdul's deal? Was it because Randy kept calling her "Dawg"? But those are questions for down the road. Right now, we can only wonder whether or not Paula's absence will help or hurt the show. So we hit the street to talk to some of the people hanging out for today's ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
NEVADAN AT WORK: Tenacity and talent help pianist play sweet song of success
Education: River Falls (Wis.) High School; University of Wisconsin-River Falls, bachelor of arts in music; studied classical piano at Macalester College, St. Paul, Minn. Work history: Worked on cruise ships after college; toured Midwest with show band; music director of "Bottoms Up" show at Sahara hotel, 1988-90; played keyboards for Four Tops on 150-200 tour dates a year, 1990-96; musical director for The Temptations, 1996-98; produced more than 300 jingles, commercial post-scores and telephone hold messages. Hobbies: Racquetball, badminton, in-line skating, American history. Favorite book: "Linchpin" by ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Exporting Broadway
Dow Jones Reprints: This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. To order presentation-ready copies for distribution to your colleagues, clients or customers, use the Order Reprints tool at the bottom of any article or visit ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT JULY 16, 2010 When the musical "Tarzan," based on the Disney movie, opened on Broadway in 2006, critics were merciless and the show closed after little more than a year. Then the musical moved to Europe and everything changed. Ten percent of the Dutch population, or about 1.6 million people, saw "Tarzan" over its two-year run, according ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


vision commercial package under the following terms and conditions: ... from - artist career enablement since 1984. JINGLE PRODUCTION ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Kentucky Film Office
All musical styles have elements - sonority, melodic conventions, rhythmic structure - which are the sonic signals triggering a response in the listener. Identifying and reproducing these elements is the critical difference between music of a specific genre sounding right, or wrong. This is my job, and my academic study, for 30 years. Clients have included dance and theatre companies, radio and television, concerts, recordings, film scores, as well as composing and performing live for silent films. Please ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
  Listeners who call radio stations to make requests and comments or in response to contests and promotions. Actuality   Actual recording of news event or person(s) involved. ADI   Area of Dominant Influence; Arbitron measurement area. Adjacencies   Commercials strategically placed next to a feature. Ad lib   Improvisation. Unrehearsed and spontaneous comments. Affidavit   Statement attesting to the airing of a spot schedule. AFTRA   American Federation of Television and Radio ...
What commercial jingle or catch phrase do you remember from your ...
I was reminiscing about old coffee commercials today, thinking about the lack of decent “jingles” in today’s commercials and wondering what you think of from Saturday mornings ‘round the TV… “The best part of waking up is Folger’s in your cup!” and the like come to mind for me. Observing members: 0 Composing members: 0 Too many to name—if you attach a melody to something, I remember it very easily. I remember the Goldfish song. Here’s our jingle for Goldfish – wrote a song for Goldfish. The wholesome snack that smiles back until you bite their heads off. Can you see ...
What is the song in a recent Tums commercial, as far as I know ...
CHICAGO? An eight-hour opium binge resulted in a towering work of advertising Sunday, when DDB Needham copywriter Brian Lisi gave birth to an epic 400-line radio jingle for Tums. "When Vulcan's fires spout and rage / within a roiling acid sea / let work the soothing tablet Tums / The Hell-sear'd forge within becomes / sweet alkaloid esprit," the jingle begins before detouring into iceberg imagery believed to represent Tums' new "Cool Relief" flavor. The ad, which begins production in June, is expected to run nearly 90 minutes. 2 years ago