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Jingle

In marketing, a short song with lyrics intended to become "stuck in one's head." The jingle emphasizes the quality, price, and/or desirability of a product. Jingles evolved gradually, but originated with the invention of the radio in the 20th century.
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Joey Ayala arranged the jingle and World Vision co-produced it.
Daughter Tilly said: "I feel proud of my dad - people might not know his name but they will know his jingles."
The jingle must be in MP3 format and must be submitted in CD.
FILSCAP, a collective management organization accredited by the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) to license the public playing of copyrighted music, issued this statement amid the recent public call of rock musician and composer Raymund Marasigan for politicians to ask permission from composers to use their songs in their campaign jingles.
Active Communities will provide jingle bells to everyone taking part, ensuring the sound of Christmas rings out across the park all morning.
Among the Ojibway where the Jingle Dance originated, floral beadwork was commonly applied on black and dark brown velvet that adorned the outfits of this graceful dance style.
Last year was the most successful Jingle Bell Jog to date with more than 400 Santa's taking on the challenge, raising more than PS12,000 for the Hospice.
"With a fresh take on the jingle, our new marketing campaign tells the story of who we are today and the breadth of solutions we offer.
The video was created following the success of the jingle and the positive feedback it has received from radio listeners and the community, a press release said.
Steve Stoute, the CEO of marketing firm Translation, while a radio chat, casually dropped into the conversation that Justin Timberlake was not the person behind renowned McDonald's jingle 'I'm lovin' it;'' instead, its hip-hop musician Pusha T who should be thanked for one of the world's most famous jingles, reports the Independent.
This means that, as she walks, the stone makes a jingle jangle noise which can be disconcerting when perambulating in quiet places, like a soft furnishing store or Huddersfield Crematorium.
resident Aaron Lane has been selected as the grand prize winner of the Shop 'n Save Jingle Contest.