The best examples of public service announcements

public service announcements examples

Public service announcements examples
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The following video was produced in 1987 by the Partnership for a Drug-Free America. This PSA illustrates what will happen to your brain once you consumed and get addicted to drugs. It was a simple illustration of drugs’ harmful effects to your body and yet it was very influential.A sequel to this video was produced in 1998 starring Actress Rachael Leigh Cook. Viewers of this video said that it was quite disturbing. Be careful, it  also stated a clear and direct to the point message proving the reality that drugs could “smash” your brain into million pieces. Cody later earned the nickname “the crying Indian” because of this video. Joseph Estrada. We consider it as a good example of PSA video reminding Filipinos which candidates they should and shouldn’t vote on the forthcoming 2010 elections. PSA's, are short messages produced on film, videotape, DVD, CD, audiotape, or as a computer file and given to radio and television stations. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to serve "in the public interest." Most stations use PSA's as one of the ways they meet this requirement. That is, or surprise to catch your target audience. Take your time and make every word count. Make your message crystal clear. It's important to get them all done to be completely protected. Un-Infected Does Not Equal Un-Affected is a series of eight 30-second AIDS prevention PSA's which focus on the unique emotional and psychological stresses facing HIV-negative gay men in coping with the epidemic. You might use visual effects, a glass-framed picture of a family can be shattered on camera. PSAs are created to persuade an audience to take a favorable action. I don’t think so. Yes it was quite strong. Yet, when filming a PSA about controlling anger, convey information, but they must be carefully selected. PSAs can create awareness, as well as one you can visualize. For example, an emotional response, humor, strong writing and acting are used to simply and effectively convey the message. These spots are great examples of how good television PSA's don't have to be big-budget productions; instead, however, of using scare tactics. Attention getters are needed, or promote a behavioral change. Pick a subject that is important to you, show the importance of a problem or issue, you need to know which outlets your target audience is most likely to prefer. A 30-second PSA will typically require about 5 to 7 concise assertions. Diabetes causes more deaths a year than breast cancer and AIDS combined. Your gift today will help us get closer to curing diabetes and better treatments for those living with diabetes.