Howie Cohen

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Howie Cohen on KCRW

Before social media gave us targeted ads and we could have curated boxes of things shipped right to our doors, we had to be wooed by a jingle or snappy commercial.

‘I can’t believe I ate the whole thing’ and other stories from the golden years of advertising

Before social media gave us targeted ads and we could have curated boxes of things shipped right to our doors, we had to be wooed by a jingle or snappy commercial.

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