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The majority of entries do not have a streaming video link and information about each entry is limited.
The browse function allows you to view all items in the database or only items that provide video.
The Library of Congress collections of television commercials are primarily intended for viewing in our reading room by patrons working on research projects.
The majority of our television advertising holdings are searchable through the Internet.
Begun in 1959, Clio recognizes advertising excellence worldwide in the areas of TV, Print, Outdoor, Radio, Integrated Media, Design, Internet, and Student work.
Currently, our Coca-Cola Collection is not searchable online, contact the reference staff for further information.
In most cases, requests for copies should be negotiated directly with the advertisers or agencies.
There is a per visit fee to access the site and charges for duplicating materials apply (the older the material, the more it costs to copy).
The site does not specifically say industry business only, but the cost of duplication may deter general public.
We will check our holdings to identify the commercial and then refer you to the Coca-Cola Archive to request a copy.) Although in theory some of the television commercials in our holdings are available for purchase, the process of actually acquiring a copy, whether for profit use or not, is extremely time-consuming and costly, so much so that it usually represents an insurmountable obstacle.