The ad, created by Lucky Generals, was part of a broader campaign of songs targeting senior marketers, asking them to see radio differently and increase their ad spend on the medium.
CEO Siobhan Kenny says we are at a critical turning point in our digital development.
A survey shows using Amazon's Echo device for listening to the radio and music is set to grow dramatically over the next 12 months.
The commercial radio body urges the Government to act quickly in removing format requirements.
Radiocentre is launching a print and online campaign to target advertisers with the message that commercial radio is a safe and trusted medium.
See Radio Differently.
Radiocentre is helping to co-ordinate the latest appeal by the Disasters Emergency Committee.
Figures from Radiocentre show that commercial radio took £645.8 million in ad revenue in 2016, its highest ever figure.
Proposals announced by the Chancellor in the Budget could lead to a change in how terms and conditions are featured in radio adverts.
The first edition has VO Peter Dickson, ad man Ben Tollett and Radioplayer MD Michael Hill as special guests.
Radiocentre and the Radio Independents Group have come together to welcome a new funding scheme.
Expect fewer owners, less variety and complete desertion of over 50s and probably over 40s.
UK commercial radio needs to address this urgently if it is to stay competitive.
All local commercial radio stations in the UK could easily change music format and network 24/7 if new proposals by the government are approved.
The event will take place on Wednesday 8th March at the DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre.
The team are at the European Radio Show in Paris to reveal the next chapter in improving radio regulation following the Brexit vote.
Radiocentre is helping to co-ordinate the latest appeal by the Disasters Emergency Committee across commercial radio, in response to the humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
Radiocentre has lined up poet and author Lemn Sissay to headline its Tuning In North: See Radio Differently event on Wednesday 30 November in Manchester.
Radiocentre is pulling the plug on the commercial radio awards it has run for the last 21 years.
Radiocentre is hosting a session in Manchester for radio stations, agencies and advertisers to promote radio.