Here are some sample commercials and industrials. Remember the differences between these various types:
- Commercials -selling a product or ad, broadcast on TV, cable, radio, and sometimes web
- Industrials Category I - not broadcast on TV, training or informational, intended for in-house use only (i.e. an employer's sexual harassment training video)
- Industrials Category II - not broadcast on TV but shown to the public while on display or within a store (i.e. a medical video that plays in a hospital waiting room)
You'll see that they range in their level of technical difficulty--some of them require lots of dialogue, and some the people don't even speak at all. There's opportunities at all levels of acting experience, so don't feel like you shouldn't be auditioning for great gigs just because you're newer to the industry.
I encourage you to do some research on your own--http://ispot.tv is a great resource for checking out the latest commercials.