Oink Ink Radio Announces Call for Entries to 18th Annual Dead Radio Contest


Oink Ink Radio, a boutique promoting office spend significant time in the creation and generation of honor winning radio advertisements, declared today it’s call for sections to its yearly Dead Radio Challenge.

The opposition requests publicizing essayists to present their best “dead” scripts for thought (scripts that customers already regarded not deserving of generation). A board of judges involved industry pioneers from both the U.S. also, abroad then chooses the terrific prize-champ who is dealt with to a cost paid excursion to Oink’s New York City studios, where they appreciate a 2-night lodging stay and experience the full creation of their triumphant script.

The current year’s challenge highlights a very brightened board of judges. They’re from the U.S., Europe, Australia and Asia. They’ve led radio honors at Cannes, One Show, Clios and LIAA. Three have won Mercury Terrific Prizes, one was twice granted Best of Show at The London Universal Honors, and there will even be a two-time Dead Radio victor exhibit.

The current year’s Dead Radio Challenge goes up against a one of a kind subject with a CPR vibe that brags, “It just takes a couple of minutes to spare a script’s life.” The site welcomes members to “uncover and tidy off your most ideal radio scripts for revival by the lifelines at Oink Ink.”

A year ago’s Dead Radio victor was Joe O’Neill, a Senior Marketing specialist with Show Interchanges in Toronto, Canada and the opposition’s first since forever two-time champ. His spot entitled “The First Run through” was composed for Contract House and was chosen from several passages from marketing specialists from over the U.S. what’s more, past.

“We’re past energized during the current year’s challenge,” says Oink’s Leader, Dan Cost. “While we generally have incredible judges partake, this year we’re excited to have the world’s greatest radio promoting symbols on board. Individuals like Tony Hertz (creator of “The 7 Privileged insights of Imaginative Radio Publicizing”) and Ralph van Dijk (Eardrum/Australia) make the most impressive radio board at any point collected.”

The current year’s accommodation due date is December fourth. Challenge subtle elements can be found on the Dead Radio Challenge Site (www.oinkcreative.com/deadradio/), or by reaching Sarah Altepeter (contest@oinkradio.com | 212-334-5800).


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