Radio Public Service Announcement Script - "Is It Done Yet?"

SPONSORSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT SCRIPT: USDA—IS IT DONE YET?
Food Thermometer Use (:05) 

ANNOUNCER:
"Brought to you by USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service. Reminding you to use a food thermometer. Visit: "is it done yet dot gov" (www.isitdoneyet.gov)

RADIO PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT SCRIPT: USDA—IS IT DONE YET?
Food Thermometer Use (:10) 

ANNOUNCER:
Make sure your family's meal ....is perfectly cooked, perfectly safe. Use a food thermometer! Visit: "is it done yet dot gov" (www.isitdoneyet.gov)

NPR :15 SPOT
USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service, reminding you to make sure your family's meal is perfectly cooked and perfectly safe by using a food thermometer. More information available on the web at IS IT DONE YET DOT GOV

RADIO COMMERCIAL SCRIPT: USDA—IS IT DONE YET?
Food Thermometer Use (:30) 

OUTDOOR SOUNDS - BIRDS, ETC.
SOUNDS OF A COOKOUT, MEAT SIZZLING ON THE GRILL
Dad 2: Russ, serve up those burgers, they look done!
Dad 1: Mike, you can't tell if they're safe to eat by the color of the meat.
Dad 2: Is that a meat thermometer—it looks like my kid's video game.
Dad 1: It's digital—and it beeps when the meat is perfectly cooked.
Dad 2: Leave it to you to own the most cutting-edge barbecue technology.
Dad 1: You better believe it, when it comes to keeping our kids safe.
Dad 2: Good point.
Kid 1 (age 8): Dad, is it done yet?
(the thermometer beeps)
Dad 1: Sure is. Perfectly cooked, perfectly safe.
ANNOUNCER: For more information visit www.isitdoneyet.gov

RADIO COMMERCIAL SCRIPT: USDA-IS IT DONE YET?
Food Thermometer Use (:60) 

OUTDOOR SOUNDS - BIRDS, ETC.
SOUNDS OF A COOKOUT, MEAT SIZZLING ON THE GRILL
Kid 1 (age 8): Dad, we're starved—is the food done yet?
Dad 1: Let me check—almost, Josh.
Dad 2: Russ, come on, serve up those burgers, look how brown they are.
Dad 1: Mike, you can't tell if they're safe to eat by the color of the meat.
Dad 2: Hey, is that a meat thermometer—it looks like one of the kids' video games.
Dad 1: It's digital—you can set it, and it beeps when the meat is perfectly cooked.
Dad 2: Leave it to you to own the most cutting-edge barbecue technology in town.
Dad 1: You better believe it, when it comes to keeping our kids safe.
Dad 2: Good point. Where can I get one of those?
Dad 1: Supermarket, department store, online. You don't need a fancy thermometer, just one that works.
Dad 2: No way, you're not having all the fun—I'm getting one of those ..Ah..do they come with ring tones?
Kid 1: Dad, is it done yet?
(the thermometer beeps)
Dad 1: 160 degrees. Perfectly cooked, perfectly safe.
ANNOUNCER: You can't tell by looking—use a food thermometer to be sure. For more information visit www.isitdoneyet.gov

Last Modified Aug 28, 2013