Who is in the more you know commercial?
This morning on NBC’s TODAY, NBCUniversal unveiled its new The More You Know PSA campaign starring Kelly Clarkson, Andy Cohen, Ted Danson & Mary Steenburgen, Savannah Guthrie and many more to help educate people around the country about how they can reduce their risk and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Does NBC still do the more you know?
The More You Know is a series of public service announcements (PSAs) broadcast on the NBC family of channels in the United States and other locations, featuring educational messages….
|The More You Know|
|Original network||NBC networks|
|Original release||September 9, 1989 – present|
Where did the the more you know come from?
As a phrase, the more you know began in 1989 as part of NBC’s long-running PSAs. The PSAs uses a catchy jingle, and the ending features an animation of a shooting star with a rainbow. Their various short messages emphasized the value of education and the importance of reading, targeted to interest teenagers.
WHO OWNS THE MORE YOU KNOW?
The More You Know (TV programming block)
|Network||NBC (2016–present) Cozi TV (2017–present) Telemundo (2018–present)|
|Owner||leased by Hearst Media Production Group subsidiary of Hearst Television|
|Format||Weekend morning E/I block|
|Running time||3 hours (10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on COZI) (9-12 am in all time zones on NBC)|
Who are the celebrities on the more you know 30th anniversary?
This year’s 30th Anniversary season includes messages from the TODAY Show’s Al Roker; Stella Maeve of Syfy’s The Magicians; Chuck Todd of NBC News; Telemundo’s Fernanda Castillo; Bravo’s Carson Kressley and Thom Filicia; and Christina Hendricks of NBC’s Good Girls.
What does the saying the more you know mean?
The more you know. emphasizes the knowledge learned rather than the person(s) learning it. More recently it has become a catch-phrase for advertising how knowledgeable some company is.
What does the phrase more than you know mean?
To a much greater degree than you suspect, understand, or are aware of right now.
When did public service announcements start?
The modern sense of advertisement meaning a (usually paid) public notice emerged in the 1580s, and was fully developed by the 18th century.
What was the first public service announcement?
One of the earliest television public service announcements came in the form of Smokey Bear whose “Only you can prevent forest fires” campaign became famous and ran for decades.
What is the saying more than you know?
“More than you know” is present tense, indicating that the topic or subject is more than the recipient knows right now. “More than you’ll ever know” is future tense, indicating that it is more than they will ever know, so to speak.
What is another way to say so much more?
What is another word for so much more?
|much more||a lot more|
|appreciably more||considerably more|
|immeasurably more||many more|
|noticeably more||significantly more|
|substantially more||more than meets the eye|