Saturday, August 16, 2008

The Denver Group's 30 Second Commercial

UPDATE SUNDAY AUGUST 17: WE UPLOADED A SLIGHTLY BETTER VERSION OF THE SPOT ON YOU TUBE. CLICK HERE FOR THIS VERSION, REMEMBER TO ADJUST YOUTUBE SETTING TO 'HIGH QUALITY'.


Many of you (including the news media) have been inquiring about our first 30 second commercial, wanting to know when it would be finished. Now we can say it is and a rough cut is viewable here or on YouTube (because the visual is the fine text of the Declaration of Independence which can create distortion at low resolution it should be viewed in the high quality setting. YouTube does not allow that setting to be a default setting so we recommend watching on the YouTube site where you can see it in a higher resolution; also the sound mix is not yet finalized).

We have a number of different venues in mind as to where and when it will run, including CNN, but as always, when, where and how often we can run it is going to depend on your contributions. The more, as they say, the merrier.

Time is short between now and the convention so the more contributions we get and the sooner we get them the sooner we will be able to make our media buys. And send the DNC a clear message about what we think of "symbolic" votes.

7 comments:

democraticjack said...

I love, love, love it! Very effective. It is the iron hand in a velvet glove. Extremely fitting.

Heidi Li Feldman, J.D., Ph.D. said...

Thanks, democraticjack! We hope all our supporters are as pleased.

One voice said...

Our Indiana group will be bringing 90 Hillary supporters to Denver. See you there.

Mirlo said...

I love this message, strong and clear on fitting background:
indeed, "anything less...."
Thanks for the creation and the preview.

Shtuey said...

If I may be so bold as to go lowbrow, I will quote Eric Cartman and say, "Kick ass!"

Honora said...

I just love the ad, we are all patriots for standing up and speaking truth to power. I am proud of us.

LAMusing said...

Perfect! It speaks for us all! Thank you from the bottom of my heart for stepping up!