I’ve made commercial videos in the past, but this is the official installment of my commercial volumes. I’ll take you through the journey of 90s commercials from 1991-1996. All from my personal collection. Here we go.
Here are a string of commercials that aired on Fox 25 & 5 in June ’92:
1. Pepsi (with Cindy Crawford promoting the “Gotta Have It” card)
2. “Batman Returns” for Atari Lynx
3. Promo for “Studs”
4. Promo for “Down The Shore” (I do not remember this show. I’d bet it didn’t last long tho.)
5. Nationwide Warehouse (haha…how many times did he had to say “NATIONWIDE WAREHOUSE”?)
6. Alexander’s (I’d bet by the time you saw this commercial and went down there, all the good stuff are already gone.)
7. GSC (Weider Flex Fire)
8. Promo for “Melrose Place”
9. “Taking Charge” PSA (Stay In School)
10. Fox 5 Newsteam
11. Promo for the “Fox Summer Season”
12. Home Depot
13. Action Park (that looks like fun)
14. Earl Scheib (great jingle)
15. Footlocker (Promoting the Reebok “Preseason” shoes)
16. Promo for “Tracks of Glory”
17. Promo for “In Living Color” and “Married…With Children”
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I have been using wordpress but it is best used for a blog instead of a website (the author/time/date on all posts and other things) and I was wondering if there was other platforms that are similar.
Yes there are several other open source CMS but in your case I would suggest to use Joomla CMS.
Wordpress was originally developed for blogging and later community is contributed to develop other plugins to let the user make their websites other than blogs but still its a blogging platform.
While Joomla has big potential and you can add/edit/format and publish everything with ease. Very large developer community support and wide range of extentions is a big plus and using Joomla you can create Corporate, eCommerce, News and any sort of website whatever you like.
Joomla has many options to publish an article with or without author name/date/time and you have full control so use Joomla and publish anything in any style whatever you want. Enjoy!
Drupal is also has potential but its very hard to administor the website.