Results for: 'Public Service Announcements (PSAs)'
Here's an animated Public Service Annoucement from the U.S. Office of Education - similar in style to the Schoolhouse Rock series - showing us how simple and easy the metric system is... so why haven't we switched over yet?
"Take 10, America!"
This aired on local Chicago TV early Wednesday, March 29th 1978.
Here's a public service announcement from the Broadcasting Industry Council imploring industry management and workers to cooperate in order to improve productivity.
Features Howard K. Smith, former ABC newsman.
This aired on local Chicago TV early Saturday, November 5th 1983.
Here is a public service annoucement from the United Negro College Fund showing how a symbol of slavery was turned into something positive.
A Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Waste
This aired on local Chicago TV on Tuesday, September 22nd 1981.
Here's a Public Service Announcement from the NRTA - the National Retired Teachers Association.
Featuring Dewey Noblitt, a retired teacher of the Seattle school system.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, January 20th 1979.
Here's a public service annoucement from RIAL - Religion in American Life (and the Ad Council) - featuring some kids reciting the 10 Commandments. (and messing up a bit)
"Love thy family. Worship together."
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, September 4th 1983.
Here's a public service message (announcement) from NBC, in association with the CTW (Children's Television Workshop) - Betcha Don't Know. This one teaches about the different types of twins and features Erik Estrada.
These aired for awhile during commercial breaks on NBC's Saturday Morning Cartoons lineup.
This aired on local Chicago TV on Saturday, September 4th 1982.
Here's a public service annoucement from RIAL - Religion in American Life (and the Ad Council) - featuring the "Test On Life".
This aired on local Chicago TV on Sunday, August 3rd 1980.
Here's an animated Public Service Annoucement with a Noah's Ark take-off from the U.S. Department of Transportation asking you to follow "Kalaka" - the practice of sharing a ride. Why it's called "Kalaka" I have no idea.
This aired on local Chicago TV during the third week of March 1982.
Here is another public service announcement from The Alcoholism Center - this one featuring Ron Palillo (TV's Arnold Horshack from "Welcome Back, Kotter") where he addresses the issue of teen drinking problems.
The Alcoholism Center
55 East Jackson - Suite 1080
Chicago, IL 60604
This aired on local Chicago TV on Tuesday, January 4th 1983. (although it was probably made much earlier, say at least 1980)