Radio advertising--British Columbia



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1951 PNE promo spots

SUMMARY: SIDE 1: Spots 1-5, complete, with messages from: 1. Mayor Hume; 2. Harold Winch; 3. Ben Williams (PNE general manager); 4. Tilly Rolston; 5. W.C. Mainwaring. Spots 6-10, live tags. [SIDE 2: blank.];

Allan Klenman fonds

  • PR-0605
  • Fonds
  • 1934-1961

The fonds consists of correspondence and accounts information, promotional materials, photographs, and ephemera relating to Allan Klenman's career as a salesman in radio. The fonds also includes sound recordings of short radio announcements,...

Klenman, Allan Abraham, 1920-

Allan Klenman interview : [Duffy, 1981]

CALL NUMBER: T3890:0001 SUPPLIED TITLE OF TAPE(S): Radio CKWX Vancouver, 1938-1948 : part 1 PERIOD COVERED: 1937-1946 RECORDED: Victoria (B.C.), 1981-11-16 SUMMARY: TRACK 1: Allan Klenman discusses: his first involvement with broadcasting, Vancouv...

B.C. Apple spots

CALL NUMBER: SD0177:0401 SUMMARY: General spots -- one side only.;CALL NUMBER: SD0177:0402 SUMMARY: Spots for Newton and MacIntosh apples.;

B.C. Ministry of Agriculture : [radio and television commercials, etc., ca. 1975-1981]

  • GR-3373
  • Series
  • [ca. 1975-1981]

This accession mainly comprises radio commercials promoting British Columbia produce -- fruit, vegetables, eggs, turkey, pork, and dairy products -- and the B.C. Foodstakes. There are also a few recordings that were produced to serve as sound trac...

British Columbia. Ministry of Agriculture and Food (1980-1986)

Barnyard jamboree, [n.d.]

SUMMARY: Radio program of country music and comedy, sponsored by Syd Smith's Ltd. Of Kamloops. Featured performers include: Leroy and the Blnd Boys; the Happy Rascals (a quartet); Peg Molan [sp?], "the king of; the ditty singers"; C...

Bill Green weather

  • AAAC1171
  • Item
  • [19--] [date recorded]
  • Part of CHWK fonds

SUMMARY: Three identical cuts, intended to introduce weather reports: advertisement for Bill Green Motors of Abbotsford, B.C., followed by a song about "Chevies".;

Bill Ward collection

  • PR-2249
  • Fonds
  • 1951-1953 ; 1962-; 1964 [date recorded]

Ward, William T.

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