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TV Ads: Oldest and Largest TV Commercial Library

By David Ciccarelli

April 2, 2008

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Top-Television-Commercials.jpgUSA TV Ads have been collecting TV commercials for 33 years.

Their team also identifies and classifies all new commercials and adds them to the USA TV Ads library which contains more than one million commercials.

Is your voice over work featured on any of them?

Largest Library of TV Commercials

USA TV Ads monitors television advertising in High Definition from satellite dishes pointing to the top TV Networks throughout America. These high quality digital pictures are then scanned each day by their skilled staff.


View Top Ads

You can also view a list of Top Ads such as:

1. Life Alert: I've Fallen, and I Can't Get Up! (1990)
2. Apple Macintosh: 1984 (1984)
3. Wendy's: Where's the Beef? (1984)
4. Isuzu: Joe "Trust me" Isuzu (1986)
5. Energizer Bunny (1989)
6. Bartles & Jaymes: Thank You for Your Support (1985)
7. California Raisin Advisory Board: Heard it Through the Grapevine (1986)
8. Budweiser: Croaking Frogs (1995)
9. Bush campaign: Willie Horton (1988)
10. California Milk Processors Board: Got Milk? (1993)


TV Ad Previews

You can watch an assortment of TV Ad Previews including Super Bowl Ads, Golden Oldies and America in the Eighties.


Is your voice on any of these spots?

Leave a comment and let us know!

Best wishes,

Stephanie

Related Topics: ads, Apple, commercials, television, TV, tv ads, tv advertisement, tv spot


Comments


    Hmmmm... Interesting site to be sure.

    I only wish they had a search function of some kind.

    Seems like the only way you can find a commercial is to give them your phone and e-mail. (or purchase a collection)

    Guess I'll wait for a site upgrade ;-)

    Posted by:

      The cost for ads barely over 10 years old == $325!?

      If they bothered to index all their ads online, they'd probably get many more customers.
      Ouch.

      Posted by:

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