MEDIA CHOICE

Eleanor Trickett chooses Commercial Radio’s two-pronged poster attack: ’I was tootling down the Cromwell Road in my mum’s Fiat Panda and saw the original hoarding featuring an enormous car radio. I thought it was a nice little slap on the back for my favourite medium, but when I saw it nicked the following week, wires dangling all over the place and the line: ’Have you ever been offered a 25-foot radio?’, I nearly had an accident with a milk float.’ Creative by CDP, media planning and buying by Susie Brown at CDP Media.

Eleanor Trickett chooses Commercial Radio’s two-pronged poster

attack: ’I was tootling down the Cromwell Road in my mum’s Fiat Panda

and saw the original hoarding featuring an enormous car radio. I thought

it was a nice little slap on the back for my favourite medium, but when

I saw it nicked the following week, wires dangling all over the place

and the line: ’Have you ever been offered a 25-foot radio?’, I nearly

had an accident with a milk float.’ Creative by CDP, media planning and

buying by Susie Brown at CDP Media.



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