Drugs

The New Label - It's Clearly Better

Radio Public Service Announcements

The following transcripts are live-read radio public service announcements (two 30-second, two 20-second, one 15-second, and one 10-second) for the new over-the-counter label.

Live Read Announcements

30 second script:

Yes it’s true: certain things in life are confusing. Tax forms, algebra, how to make 12 o’clock stop blinking on your VCR. But there are times when things shouldn’t be confusing. Like when it comes to the labels on over-the-counter medicines. Soon, all over-the-counter medicines will feature new, easier-to-read labels that clearly show their ingredients, uses, warnings and directions. For more information, call the Food and Drug Administration at 1-888-INFO-FDA. The new label – It’s clearly better.


30-second script:

Soon, all over-the-counter medicines will have one thing in common: simplicity. That’s because all over-the-counter medicines will feature new, easier-to-read labels that clearly show their ingredients, uses, warnings and directions. Because if there’s one symptom we all want to relieve, it’s confusion. For more information, call the Food and Drug Administration at 1-888-INFO-FDA. Again, that’s 1-888-INFO-FDA. The new label –It’s clearly better.


20-second script:

Soon, all over-the counter medicines will have one thing in common: simplicity. That’s because all over-the-counter medicines will feature new, easier-to-read labels that clearly show their ingredients, uses, warnings and directions. For more information, call the Food and Drug Administration at 1-888-INFO-FDA. The new label –It’s clearly better.


15-second script:

Tired of being confused when comparing over-the-counter medicines? Soon, all over-the-counter medicines will feature new, easier-to-read labels. For more information, call the Food and Drug Administration at 1-888-INFO-FDA. The new label – It’s clearly better.


10-second script:

Soon, all over-the-counter medicines will feature new, easier-to-read labels. For more information, call the Food and Drug Administration at 1-888-INFO-FDA.

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