How Refugees Used Radio Ads to Talk to Their Moms Back in Syria When Phones Didn't Work

Campaign uses commercial radio as personal medium

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Here's an interesting campaign from Swedish agency Akestam Holst that turned commercial radio in Syria into a personal media channel for refugees looking to contact their moms back home on Mother's Day.

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