Funny radio commercials? Are they still a thing? Yes, funny radio commercials are still a thing. We specialize in ’em, and advertisers (and audiences) treasure ’em. Funny radio commercials provide an attention-getting break from the boring radio norm (radio today: zzzzzzzzzzz). Truly funny radio commercials also provide a memorable, positive, and thus loyalty-building listener experience.
Please turn your volume up for these award-winning funny radio commercials, written or co-written by Walt Jaschek, and produced by Paul Fey, many from the heady days we were known as Paul & Walt Worldwide.
“Robert Goulet” | :60 funny radio commercial for The Simpsons
$20,000 Mercury Award for Radio Humor
“Mission Persons” | :60 funny radio commercial for Matlock
Clio Award for “Best Radio Copywriting”
“Laugh Catalog” | :60 funny radio commerical for George Schlatter’s Comedy Club
Clio Award for “Best Use of Sound”
“Viva La Volvo” | :60 funny radio commercial for Volvo
National Addy Award winner
“Put Your Tongue on the Radio” | :60 funny radio commercial for Gene Simmons Family Jewels
Promax Muse Award for radio
“The Ballad of Judge Wapner” | :60 funny radio commercial for The People’s Court
Promax Muse Award winner for radio, National Addy Award for radio
“Millions of Americans” | :60 funny radio commercial for the American Optometric Association
“I’m Shaving My Head!” | :60 funny radio commercial for Star Trek: The Next Generation
These funny radio commercials are © Paul & Walt Worldwide and © World Wide Wadio. In other words, these guys:
P.S. Wondering how Paul and Walt met? The UMSL Current student newspaper just published a story about that: and the answer involves a soft drink neither of them now drink. Check it out.