Reports of radio’s demise are greatly exaggerated. Sure, we’re buying more Pandora now to deliver an exceptionally well-targeted message to a precise demo, but the creative approach is still the same as it was when Orson Welles performed War of the Worlds on the radio in 1940: create spots that cut through the clutter and engage the imagination; get audiences nodding and laughing in agreement; and compel them to take immediate action (once they’ve pulled over and put their car fully in park). We think you’ll relate to Northwest Bank’s Power of Yes! spots.
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