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Synonyms for jingle

Synonyms for jingle

a metallic sound


Related Words

a comic verse of irregular measure

make a sound typical of metallic objects

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Jonathan Hodge wrote more than 2,000 jingles for TV and radio ads, including Bird's Eye Potato Waffles, Mars bars and Pepsi.
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.
Out of all the candidates running in the 2019 midterm elections, only two secured public performance licenses for the use of copyrighted music as campaign jingles, the Filipino Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, Inc.
Also noteworthy are the jingles that run down the length of her arm, stopping at her very tall cuffs (for a woman's outfit).
Apart from doing jingles, Arora had earlier worked with Sircar on Vicky Donor and Running Shaadi .
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.
ONCeSONG: The Jingles almost doubled their fund-raising target
Interestingly, the only new music that has come up recently is in the form of jingles done for advertisements.
Jingles Together for Someone, as the group informally christened itself, has been doing the rounds of over 50 homes ringing in the Christmas spirit over two weekends -- all in a bid to garner support for an accident victim rendered disabled in Dubai.
If the Brains Trust was in many respects the high point of British broadcasting, the Radio 1 "jingles" as championed by the likes of Tony Blackburn and Dave Lee Travis are arguably at the other end of the scale.
And the Jo Jingles North East franchisee also scooped the Franchisee of the year award for the second time.
The ringtone with the catchphrase Swachch Dilli, Saaf Dilli, Hamaree Dilli is an adaptation of the jingles the MCD had used in its recent advertisements on radio and television to spread the message of cleanliness.
This week the Jo Jingles classes will be a sea of red as they join in the British Heart Foundation's national Wear Red campaign.
Even though youngsters really don't need that much prodding to get into the holiday spirit, we think they'll love playing an exciting hide-and-seek game with Jingles the Elf.
RADIO 1's Greg James and newsreader Adrian Pearce upset some of their Scots listeners yesterday after mocking Radio Scotland's serious news jingles.