are your offices?
work out of New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta. We have our own
studio in Atlanta, and studios we work with in NY and LA.
much does a commercial cost?
price depends on the project, of course. If you think you can get
a great radio spot for $150 then you're gonna be mighty disappointed.
The spots we feature on this website all wound up in the $5000
range when all was said and done. Other factors include where the
spot is running and for how long. Talk to us, we'll go over everything
with you and give you an accurate estimate for free.
do you get your talent from?
cast out of New York, Atlanta and Los Angeles. We go through AFTRA-franchised
talent agents who hold the auditions and submit them to us.
Are you an ad agency, or what?
We are a boutique
agency. I guess that means we're tiny. We work directly with advertising
agencies who come to us for support with their radio. We also work
directly with clients looking for radio commercials. Ad agencies
like us because we can offer them a solid radio creative wing that
a lot of agencies lack. Radio is the red-headed stepchild of advertising.
It's always locked in the attic and fed marshmallows.
Do you work as
a "silent" partner?
agencies have hired us for our creative and pretended we don't
exist. Sometimes they don't want their clients knowing that they're
outsourcing. That is okay with us because we're getting paid for
it. We won't say a word. Lips sealed and all that.
Did you really
see a guy in a bear suit walking down the street before you wrote
Do you only do
No. We're realistic.
We're not going to do funny spots for a funeral home. Though that
would be freakin' awesome! We work with our clients to give them
the best work we can. That's not to say we'll do anything. If you
come looking for a car dealer ad with screaming lasers and shouting
freaks, we'll direct you to another place. No one likes shouting
What's the turnaround
It all depends
on the project. It's nice to have time. It's not always possible,
we know. Again, talk to us.
What if I have
You can wait
for us to update the FAQ in 2005 or you can call us or drop us
an email. Operators are standing by. Or they're close and will
return your call.