RSS AdAge

  • NFL Stars Go to Class in Last Night's New Ads
    Every weekday, we bring you the Ad Age/iSpot Hot Spots, new and trending TV commercials tracked by iSpot.tv, a company that catalogs, tags and measures activity around TV ads in real time. The New Releases here ran on TV for the first time yesterday. The Most Engaging ads are showing sustained social heat, ranked by […]
  • Starcom Wins U.S. Media for New Kraft Heinz Company
    Newly merged food giant Kraft Heinz will consolidate media planning and buying in the U.S. with Publicis Groupe's Starcom. The move means Starcom -- which had been the incumbent for the former Kraft Foods Group Co. -- will pick up Heinz brands in the U.S., which had been at Interpublic's UM."As we work to build […]
  • Ad Dollars Chase Serena Williams's Grand Slam Quest
    Serena Williams's historic pursuit of the fifth-ever calendar-year Grand Slam in tennis -- which would be the sport's first since 1988 -- has helped make the upcoming U.S. Open a must-buy for advertisers looking to reach one of the most affluent audiences outside of golf. But in an interesting twist, host network ESPN this year […]
  • Ad-Viewability Maven Julie Fleischer Is Leaving Kraft Heinz
    Kraft Heinz media executive Julie Fleischer -- known for taking on the "crisis" in digital ad viewability -- is leaving the food giant, Ad Age has learned.Ms. Fleischer, whose title is senior director for data, content and media, is the latest high-ranking marketing executive to leave the company in the wake of cost cutting moves […]
  • McDonald's Rebuffs BK's McWhopper, So Others Try Peace Plans
    When Burger King publicly reached out to McDonald's Wednesday with a Peace Day proposal, the Golden Arches quickly rebuffed the idea. That hasn't stopped people from talking about it, and it has led to other restaurant chains trying to figure out ways to play with BK.Krystal, an Atlanta-area chain that serves square burgers, said it […]
  • Bebe Is Pushing Into China Now, Despite the Uncertainties There
    For Bebe Stores at least, China is looking pretty good right now.The U.S. apparel chain, which has struggled with weak sales in its home country, is expanding into the Asian nation in search of growth. As part of a licensing deal announced Thursday, Bebe will get its brand into as many as 150 places in […]
  • Q&A: Twitter CFO Anthony Noto, What Are You Doing as the Company's Top Marketer?
    Twitter has a fundamental problem. The company has developed a product that many people love and many more people aren't sure they want to use.Sometime later this year Twitter will roll out a campaign that aims to convince the holdhouts. Ad Age asked Twitter's CFO Anthony Noto what argument the company will make -- and […]
  • Retail Is About to Be Reinvented, Driven by Digital Technologies
    Since around the time Amazon Prime began offering recurring orders on things like toothpaste and dish soap, people have been predicting the death of traditional retail. The ease of e-commerce, coupled with the reliability and speed of shipping, made the future of local shops and already struggling suburban malls seem grim.Recently, though, technological advancements in […]
  • What Instagram's New Formats May Mean for Marketers
    Instagram is breaking outside the box.After years of limiting photos and videos to the square format, Instagram announced on Thursday that people will be able to post photos and videos shot in landscape and portrait mode -- aka the formats available on roughly every other major social network except Vine.The support of new formats isn't […]
  • Xerox Lobs New Ad Campaign at U.S. Open
    Xerox Corp. will debut a new brand campaign this weekend during the U.S. Open tennis tournament, its first major brand advertising effort since John Kennedy was named CMO last year."The campaign goal is to evolve the Xerox brand in a way that more accurately reflects the role Xerox is playing in the world today, and […]

RSS Adweek

  • Can Ashley Madison Cheat Death?
    Can Ashley Madison cheat death? Almost certainly not, experts said, as the flak surrounding the company's data-security breach continues to fly. Many are skeptical the infamous adultery site can come back from the devastating leak that has exposed customers and brought on $500 million in lawsuits. "One couldn't have invented a more efficient scenario for […]
  • The Kraft Heinz Company Awards Its U.S. Media Business to Starcom
    Just days after winning Visa's $200 million global media account, Publicis Groupe's Starcom has added another major media account to its list.  After speculation last week that Kraft Foods Group was about to announce a media review, Kraft Heinz announced it has awarded its U.S. media business to Starcom following a review of its own.  "Kraft Heinz […]
  • Xerox Is Just as Tired of Tech Jargon as You Are
    Skewering business jargon, especially tech jargon, seems to be the latest marketing trend for business-to-business companies. Xerox's new campaign is the most recent effort, positioning the brand as the more human alternative.  In its first 30-second spot, from Y&R in New York, Xerox shows the challenges of a senior-level decision maker—Xerox's target demographic—overwhelmed by newer […]
  • Time Puts Branded and Editorial Content Creation Under One Roof
    On Thursday, Time Inc. unveiled The Foundry, a content and creative collective comprising Time Inc.'s Innovation Studio, Content Solutions and Time Inc. verticals, including The Drive, a new automotive site set to launch in September. The Foundry will be headed by Mark Ford, evp of global advertising sales. The new division will eventually be set […]
  • Why This Agency Opened a Chain of Fast-Casual Pizza Restaurants
    From Chipotle to Shake Shack, millennials and Wall Streeters alike love a good fast-casual chain. So when Boston agency Breakaway had the opportunity to invest in and build its own chain of fast-casual pizza shops from the ground up, it couldn't say no.  "When [founder Doug Ferriman] had the idea for the new pizza, I sat with […]
  • Ad of the Day: Old El Paso Brings Brits to Mexico for a Beautifully Shot Tour of Traditional Cuisine
    It's rare (and probably unprecedented) that we'd recommend watching 5-minute ads for pre-packaged Mexican food, but these are worth making an exception. In Grey London's first work as the lead agency for General Mills U.K., the agency takes two food-savvy Brits—a butcher and fishmonger—to Mexico for a culinary tour of Puebla and Ensenada. The "Cook […]
  • Former Account Exec Returns to CP+B to Help the Agency's Biggest Office Handle Growth
    A former account executive at Crispin Porter + Bogusky is rejoining the company as managing director in Boulder to help the agency's largest office handle additional growth. Devin Reiter is returning to the agency from McCann Erickson in New York, where he worked as evp and executive account director overseeing the Verizon FiOS, USPS and […]
  • MTV Is Making Periscopes for Taco Bell During This Weekend's VMAs
    MTV has a TV problem. Its core demo of teens and young adults is watching less TV than ever before, which is why the Viacom-owned network has cooked up an elaborate social game for Sunday's Video Music Awards. The goal is to steer the bulk of the chatter about the Miley Cyrus-hosted show onto platforms like Twitter […]
  • NFL Helps Media Agencies Build Relationships Through Fantasy Football
    Representatives from 16 of the biggest agencies in New York packed into the upscale Edison Ballroom for the NFL's annual Media Agency Fantasy Draft Party on Thursday night.   The shops—Horizon, OMD/Optimum Sports, Initiative, Havas, Optimedia, Carat, Zenith, Assembly, Wieden + Kennedy, Starcom, MEC, Universal McCann, Mediavest, Mediacom, PHD and Mindshare—will battle it out, with […]
  • Why New Orleans Tourism Is Soaring 10 Years After Katrina
    As the world's media trains its lens on New Orleans for the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina tomorrow, stories have focused both on the tragedy and on the city's comeback. On the latter score, the news is mostly good: According to the Data Center, jobs are up 5 percent over 2008 levels, the entrepreneurship rate […]

RSS Mashable

  • Texas deputy fatally shot from behind while pumping gas
    A sheriff's deputy in Texas has died after being shot multiple times from behind while at a gas station, according to authorities The uniformed Harris County officer was filling a patrol car with gas at a Chevron in the northwest area of the county when he was ambushed, local police said. After multiple shots, the […]
  • New Apple TV to bring Wii-like controls, report says
    If you've used a Nintendo Wii Remote before, you may already be familiar with navigating the next Apple TV For weeks, reports have said Apple's new TV streaming box will include an upgraded remote that includes a trackpad. But it could also use Wii-like motion controls so you can point and click your way through […]
  • Sarah Palin basically gave Donald Trump a fist bump during TV interview
    Donald Trump had his latest brush with the media Friday night and sat for an interview with the One America News Network, a conservative news channel. The host? Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. The short interview didn’t produce the same kind of fireworks as Trump’s recent back-and-forths with Fox News’s Megyn Kelly or Univision’s Jorge […]
  • Indian sisters sentenced to rape because of their brother's affair
    A village council in India has ordered two young women to be raped after their brother eloped with a married woman from a higher caste One of the women from the Baghpat district of Uttar Pradesh in India, 23-year-old Meenakshi Kumari, has asked the Indian Supreme Court for protection. Human rights organization Amnesty International has […]
  • Illinois fires coach Tim Beckman after alleged player mistreatment
    The University of Illinois has fired football coach Tim Beckman one week before the start of the season after allegations he mistreated players by pressuring them to play while injured Beckman's firing, announced Friday, follows the preliminary findings of an investigation commissioned by the school See also: Why Super Bowl 50 could be a San […]
  • Give up now: New Dunkin' Donuts flavors make dieting impossible
    Get out those chunky sweaters and leggings now because Dunkin' Donuts has two new fall flavors America's best-known donut chain is going orange with its new limited edition fall flavors, including pumpkin cheesecake and, in collaboration with The Hershey Company, a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup donut, reports Refinery 29. See also: Beyonce Parody Sends a […]
  • Don't panic, Instagram's app icon isn't changing
    Think of Instagram and you likely think of its iconic app icon, which has remained largely unchanged through the company's history. That came into question Friday — just one day after the company revealed it was abandoning its signature square photos — when images surfaced of what appeared to be a beta version of the […]
  • VMAs red carpet sneak peek: VR puppy cam, vintage TVs and more
    LOS ANGELES — The MTV Video Music Awards' red carpet isn't, well, red this year The carpet will look like television color bars of yesteryear — the multicolored test screen on old TVs — Mashable learned during an exclusive sneak peek Friday. See also: 5 VMA moments that might happen now that we know the […]
  • Idaho police search for promposal vandal's date named Destiny
    Police near Boise, Idaho are determined to catch the perp who defaced a culturally significant rock formation with a spray-painted promposal message. The concise message, which simply reads, "DESTINY, PROM?" has led sheriffs to interview more than a dozen girls named Destiny in the area. See also: 21 Clever Promposals You'd Never Turn Down Police […]
  • Sarah Palin flies off the rails in bizarre Facebook rant against ESPN
    Sarah Palin had some things to get off her mind about ESPN, of all targets. So, like your crazy aunt, she took to Facebook to air her grievances in a post of Tolstoyan proportions It all starts with the Nazis See also: Why Super Bowl 50 could be a San Francisco poop-ocalypse Major League Baseball […]

RSS best ads on tv

  • Print ad: Golf GTI: Razor Sharp Handling
    Print ad from Ogilvy & Mather Cape Town to dramatise the excellent handling capabilities of the new Golf GTI Performance Pack.Category: AutomotiveClient: VolkswagenAgency: Ogilvy & Mather Cape TownExecutive Creative Director: Chris GotzCreative Director: Sergio LacuevaCreative Director: tseliso rangakaArt Director: Reijer van der VlugtCopywriter: Justin OsburnAccount Director: Stuart RandallRetoucher: Gavin Haywood
  • TV ad: Paraná Health Department: When smoking does not kill
    A true and touching story of ex-smokers who live with the consequences of the addiction.Agency:OpusMultiplaCategory: GovernmentClient: State of ParanáAgency: OpusMúltiplaPhotographer Producer: Eduardo AzevedoAccount Executive: Daniela CapelettiAccount Executive: Christiane BrumCreative Director: Renato CavalherArt Director: Luis BacellarCopywriter: cesar nodaCopywriter: Eduardo LubiaziProduction company: The youthDirector: Eduardo LubiaziSound Studio: GramyClient Team Director: Fabiola Maziero Sant'AnnaPlanner: Tiago StachonAgency Producer: Edson […]
  • TV ad: Infiniti Q50: "Connection"
    Director Tim Damon recently took to downtown Los Angeles and the adjacent Convention Center to highlight the Infiniti Q50 Intelligent Key System, which literally puts the driver in the driver’s seat. The short titled, “Connection” can be viewed on social media outlets and on Infiniti USA’s website. The work was done for agency The Designory […]
  • Interactive ad: Target: Share The Force
    Deutsch LA has launched this interactive Star Wars campaign for Target.Category: Retail servicesClient: TargetAgency: Deutsch LAOther credits: Target: VP, Marketing: William White Associate Creative Director, Target Creative: Peter Malony Senior Group Manager, Brand Category Marketing : Nathan Shore Group Manager, Brand Category Marketing: Gaye Dean Senior Brand Specialist, Licensing: Erin Purdy Deutsch: Chief Creative Officer, […]
  • TV ad: Yalumba: One family. Many stories.
    Every family has stories –well told and little known, ones you share and ones you probably shouldn’t. At Yalumba we’re no different. We cherish our stories and invite you to get to know the stories behind these two charismatic characters, Patchwork and The Scribbler.Agency: kwp! AustraliaCategory: Drinks, alcoholicClient: YalumbaAgency: kwp! AdvertisingCreative Director: James RickardCopywriter: Corey […]
  • Outdoor ad: Kagulu: Price Scanning Truck
    Kagulu Sends Out Price-Scanning Truck to Show Drivers Their Vehicle's Value. Used car dealers aren't typically known as innovators in the world of automotive advertising, but Kagulu, a newly launched company in Taiwan, recently elevated the game with this impressive outdoor digital stunt. The brand wants to be known for its transparent and quick auto […]
  • Interactive ad: Castrol: Drive On
    The vietnamese truck driver is a rolling stone. Always on the road, always short on time and attention. So, how do we reach an unstill target audience? More importantly, how do we earn his trust?We created a community for the lonely, always on-the-road trucker. Through the Castrol app, we were able to gather details that […]
  • Interactive ad: Grolsch: Grolsch - The Youtube Syntesizer
    Grolsch is the proud sponsor of creative people everywhere. We reinvented the simple youtube video, with no programming, transforming it into a digital synthesizer using only the "jump to" function of youtube and some very, very clever editing. Thus proving our mantra that applied creativity can change everything you put your mind to, and giving […]
  • Interactive ad: Burger King US: McWhopper Proposal
    Category: FoodClient: Burger King GlobalAgency: Y&R New ZealandOther credits: Client: Burger King Agency: Y&R New Zealand CEO / CCO: Josh Moore Creative Director: Tom Paine Creative: Tom Paine Head of Planning: Jono Key Account Director: Victoria Meo Agency Producer: Liz Rosby Agency Producer: Sacha Moore Digital Producer: Melissa Logan Senior Designer: James Wendelborn GM Media […]
  • Outdoor ad: Heineken: It’s Your Call
    Heineken and creative agency Rothco, Dublin shows you what happens when you take one of rugby’s biggest legends and hide him inside a prize machine in a Dublin pub.Category: Drinks, alcoholicClient: HeinekenAgency: Rothco, DublinExecutive Creative Director: Alan KellyCopywriter: Emma SharkeyArt Director: Ray SwanProducer: Laura EllisProducer: Conor MulherneDirector: Matt GoldingExecutive Producer: Ross KilleenOther credits: Digital Strategy: […]

RSS Copyblogger

  • 3 Resources to Help You Create Remarkable Visual Content
    As someone who made an intentional decision to have a career working with words, talking to you about the importance of visual content makes me feel a little weird. But I have to tell you, when I’ve been scrolling through my Twitter timeline lately, it’s the updates with intriguing visuals that catch my eye. They’re […]
  • Why Don’t Some Online Courses Sell?
    Online courses are a great way to build a business. They’re also a great way to get better-qualified clients, or build an additional revenue stream by providing an alternative to your services. But sometimes, things don’t go as planned. Your course isn’t selling as much as you’d like, or worse, it’s not selling at all. […]
  • Two Ways to Turn Facebook Fans into Paying Customers
    Jon Loomer has been using Facebook for business since 2007. And despite the ever-changing landscape, Jon has continued to thrive by marketing on the platform. Jon is now a leading Facebook marketing expert, and in this episode of Technology Translated, it’ll be clear why. When host Scott Ellis asked Jon to come on his show, […]
  • What Craft Beer and Food Trucks Can Teach Us About the Power of Collaboration
    Your fellow Showrunners, even those serving the very same niche(s) that you’re serving, are not your enemies. 95 percent of the world has no idea what you’re doing as “podcaster,” so don’t turn a cold shoulder to the few who do. This week’s episode of The Showrunner begins with a discussion about the value of […]
  • The Zen of Measurement, Optimization, and Focus
    In this new series on The Mainframe, hosts Tony Clark and Chris Garrett discuss the importance of the right metrics in growing your business, and why you should not be paralyzed by math. In this episode of The Mainframe, Chris Garrett and Tony Clark discuss: How you can determine the correct metrics for your business […]
  • The Problem with the ‘Hell-For-Leather’ Writing Movement
    As of late, it’s fashionable to write hell for leather. In fact, there’s a hot cottage industry in the writing culture. But is it good for the writing community? Or detrimental? For lack of better terms, let’s call this trend the “The Hell-For-Leather Writing Movement.” Or HFLWM. You see HFLWM in titles like “How to […]
  • 3 Easy Ways to Expand Your Creativity
    Imagination is more important than knowledge. – Albert Einstein Remember when you were little and the best gift of all was a large cardboard box? That box could be anything from a small family home to the vanguard of an intergalactic attack fleet. With a few hastily drawn lines in permanent marker — and a […]
  • How to Effectively Publish on LinkedIn, Part 3
    In this final episode about publishing to the Pulse Network, you’ll hear directly from special guest Katie Carroll, Social Media Editor at LinkedIn Pulse. The Missing Link hosts Sean Jackson and Mica Gadhia ask Katie the burning questions sent in by audience members. In this episode of The Missing Link, hosts Sean Jackson and Mica […]
  • How to Optimize Your Headlines for Content Discovery with Vinegar (Before You Die of Cholera)
    Are you curious how the beginning and end of this headline actually fit together? It’s quite a promise to deliver on. Well, hosts Demian Farnworth and Jerod Morris do just that on this week’s episode of The Lede, and they improve your content discovery in the process. And that’s important, because optimizing your content for […]
  • One Product Does Not a Business Make
    Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is the founder and CEO of Digital Marketer, where he blogs and coaches for the Digital Marketer Lab and other training courses. He started marketing online from his dorm room in 1999, and has worked in over 500 different markets. In the last three years, he and his team […]

RSS comsumerist

  • eBay No Longer Allows 2 Non-PayPal Payment Processors After Divorce From eBay
    eBay and PayPal have now completed their divorce, and one of the terms that they agreed to is that eBay still has to process a large number of its payments using PayPal. That could be the reason why eBay is eliminating competitors ProPay and Skrill from the payment options for shoppers and for sellers. eCommerceBytes […]
  • Burger King Joins Nabisco Brand Party, Tries Chips Ahoy Milkshake
    Fast-food and coffee chains want to serve up drinks and desserts that are flavored like chocolate chip cookies, but these aren’t just any old chocolate chip cookies. No, chains including Dunkin’ Donuts, Dairy Queen, and now Burger King are selling Chips Ahoy-branded items in their restaurants, a confusing bit of cross-branding. A new offering from […]
  • Amazon Lets Third-Party Merchants Limit Where They’ll Ship Prime Items For Free
    Amazon’s Prime program includes third-party merchants, whose shops let the online Everything Store expand its inventory without building more warehouse space. While the company is experimenting with making these merchants part of the Prime program for items that already have free shipping, However, some of these merchants get to limit how far they will ship […]
  • American Airlines Will Honor Super Low “Mistake Fares” That Discounted Flights Up To 90%
    Unlike its fellow major carrier United Airlines, American Airlines says it will honor super cheap fares some lucky customers nabbed last week due to a glitch in its booking system. Airline Reporter points to a post from Aug. 20 on Flyertalk that shared the workaround with fellow customers. The fares were achieved in part by […]
  • Court Rules NSA Phone Data Collection That Is Now Changing Anyway Is Still Legal
    After several years of back-and-forth rulings, an appeals court in Washington, D.C. has ruled today that the NSA’s controversial bulk phone data collection program can indeed continue… at least until November, when it gets shut down anyway because Congress changed the law in June. If you’re feeling a bit confused by what is or isn’t […]
  • Wayback Burgers, Denny’s Vie For The Affection Of Burger King After McDonald’s Turned A Cold Shoulder
    After an offer to “settle the beef” in the name of raising awareness for Peace Day was unceremoniously shot down by McDonald’s with a rather passive-aggressive note, Burger King has received a proposal – or two – of its own to consider. Would you consider ordering a Slampper or a Whipple Whipple next time you’re […]
  • Time Warner CEO Isn’t Worried About Cable TV’s Fate: “Netflix Is Good, But Not That Good”
    While cable companies’ investors might be shaking in their boots whenever the word “Netflix” pops up, the streaming video service isn’t the giant slayer it’s been made out to be — at least according to Time Warner Inc. Jeff Bewkes, who says his HBO is better than Netflix. Bewkes spoke at a cable conference in […]
  • Fake Boss Wire Transfer Scammers Have Now Stolen $1.2 Billion From Companies
    All year, we’ve been sharing information about a scam hitting companies all over the world, where very clever and resourceful scammers impersonate bosses and extract money on false pretenses. The best protection against this kind of fraud is education, and while law enforcement are doing their best to let people know about the scam, the […]
  • Bank Of America Reportedly Settles Overtime Lawsuit For $36 Million
    When working a few extra hours, you have a reasonable expectation to be compensated for that time. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen, which was the case for nearly 400 employees of Bank of America who sued the company alleging it failed to pay them overtime. Now, the company has agreed to settle the case, providing $36 […]
  • Hermès Says It’s Talking With Jane Birkin About Crocodile Leather Used In Namesake HandBags
    If you’ve got a product named after you, should you be able to control how that item is made? Actress Jane Birkin is certainly trying to have her say, telling the company to take her name off the luxury handbag named after her because they’re made from crocodiles who are inhumanely slaughtered. Hermès International SCA […]

RSS adland

  • Branflakes "Denis Denis" (2015) 3:04 (Israel)
    Here's your Friday WTF. A music video for Branflakes. A cereal targeted at women. Like other cereals targeted toward women (Special K comes to mind) the USP is always "lose weight with our cereal." But then of course they always feature women who don't actually need to lose weight. Branflakes threw that right out the […]
  • 9/11 Day "Born on 911" (2015) 1:00 (USA)
    It's been 14 years since the 9/11 tragedy. There were 13,000 children born on that day, and this spot centers around Hillary O’Neill who was born on that day at 2:00 PM. Hillary stands as a the antithesis of atrocity and encourages all of us to do something good on 9/11. While that won't bring […]
  • ESPN "We Play: Featuring Nas" (2015) 1:03 (USA)
    ESPN and Queens native Nas celebrate the US Open. Nice anthemic spot with music by Kygo. The track is Piano Jam. For tennis geeks, here's a rundown of the footage: · Vanderbilt Tennis Club, above Grand Central Terminal · West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, Queens · Prospect Park Tennis Center, Brooklyn · Brian […]
  • Bar-B-Q Plaza - The Waiters Mom - (2015) 5:30 (Thailand)
    You already know that this is a Thai ad that runs over five minutes, and it's about mom, so I'll just assume that you've got the kleenex handy. This ad for Bar-B-Q Plaza starts with a tedious 'test' taken by their staff a month before mothers day, where most of the questions start really drilling […]
  • When it comes to journalism, truth is dead, but narrative lives.
    We've written about Gamergate's narrative resembling the 90's moral panic about comics. Most recently, the Gamergate narrative was being discussed at the Society Of Professional Journalists "ethics week," which is held once a year in Miami, but ended abruptly due to bomb threats. And while I have no skin in the game so to speak […]
  • Charles Schwab "The Boy Who Asked Questions" (2015) 1:30 (USA)
    Always ask questions because a good question will never let you down. Beautifully animated, stately piece for Charles Schwab. The animation appeared at Schwab-sponsored outdoor film events.
  • Björn Borg "Training for Mars SS16" (2015) 1:00 (Sweden)
    Björn Borg has created an out-of-this-world experience to showcase its SS16 collection of sportswear, swimwear underwear, shoes and more. All on Mars! Okay not really but in a Mars-inspired setting.
  • DIRECTV - Petite Randy Moss - (2015) :30 (US)
    Every so often, an ad comes along that is so morally bankrupt and fundamentally damaging that people like me feel compelled to speak out. An ad that is utterly thoughtless and stupid, that shows a disgraceful lack of foresight and consideration by all involved. An ad that should have never made it to the airwaves, […]
  • Splendid chocolate "First time" (2015) :37 (Israel)
    Kids try bitter dark chocolate for the first time. When you grow up, you'll get it. Ha.
  • McDonald's "Emoticon City" (2015) 1:00 (France)
    Set to a cover of "Video Killed The Radio Star," this trippy bit of goodness from BETC creates an emoticon city. Whether you are happy, sad, angry or sleepy, you're always welcome at McDonalds.

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  • TAC Towards Zero
    The Transport Accident Commission (TAC) in Victoria, Australia, is working with the Victoria government to run “Towards Zero”, an integrated advertising campaign asking Victorians to consider what it would be like to lose their loved ones on the roads. At the heart of the campaign is a television commercial in which Francisco, a Melbourne local, […]
  • McDonalds Emoticon City
    McDonald’s France has launched “Emoticon City”, an expression of the “Come as You Are” (Venez Commes Vous Etes) advertising campaign first launched in 2008. The new commercial, and corresponding print and outdoor elements, focuses on the many emotions experienced by McDonalds customers. Whether you are happy, sad, stressed or excited, you are always welcome at […]
  • Heart Disease is Heartless
    The British Heart Foundation (BHF) has launched “Heart disease is heartless”, an integrated brand campaign focusing on the sudden and unexpected devastation of families affected by heart disease. At the centre of the integrated campaign is “Classroom”, a poignant, emotional film in which a boy, Ben, is visited by his father during a routine lesson. […]
  • DB Export Brewtroleum Saving The World
    Seven weeks ago, DB Export, Colenso BBDO and Gull launched DB Export Brewtroleum – a clean-burning biofuel made from the yeast leftover after they finish brewing beer. Since then, a nation of men have rallied to the planet’s defence, selflessly committing themselves to drinking DB Export. While everyone wants to help Mother Nature, not everyone […]
  • Fiber One Don’t Fight Your Instincts
    General Mills is promoting the Fiber One cereal and snack brand with “Don’t Fight Your Instincts”, an advertising campaign featuring apex predators, lions and sharks. Two lionesses try to fight their hunger instincts, resisting the urge to splurge on pink flamingos or a hippo. Steve, a male white shark, is reminded by a female to […]
  • John Lewis Tiny Dancer
    John Lewis has launched “Tiny Dancer”, an advert in which Bunny May, a young girl with a passion for dance, has a series of potential tiny mishaps as she pirouettes through the house. The idea of letting life happen plays out through the parents being relaxed enough to let their daughter follow her passion without […]
  • The Encounter Collection Letter
    The Encounter Collection by Stephen Kenn explores the significant act of passing an object on from one generation to the next. It is in this exchange, accompanied by words of wisdom, that a boy is often called to a life of courage. While aware that everyone’s life experience is unique, and often painful, this film […]
  • BGH Chase Downloading Drama
    BGH is promoting the new 4G/LTE line of Joy smartphones with “The Chase”, a commercial featuring vivid downloading drama scenarios. When people watch videos on their cell phones, they can become caught up in looking at the download bar rather than the video itself. They are anxious, waiting for that moment when the red “play” […]
  • The World’s first soap bus ticket
    The Asiri Group of Hospitals, one of Sri Lanka’s largest healthcare providers, is adamant about one thing: washing your hands. From preventing a common cold to protecting a person from hepatitis, handwashing is crucial to remaining in good health. Public buses are a mainstream source of transportation in Sri Lanka. With scores of people boarding […]
  • Volkswagen Think New
    Volkswagen has launched “Think New”, a new multi-stage advertising campaign focused on innovation. The “Think New” campaign underlines the innovative strength of the brand Volkswagen, focusing on innovations that will make life on all customers. The “Think” theme follows on from the successes of the “Think Small” campaign for the Beetle launched in 1959 and […]

RSS brand flakes

  • no mcwhopper? psht.
    It's not everyday that we do a follow-up on a breaking story - but this was well worth it. While McDonalds has refused Burger King's recent peace offering - not all has been lost. People are frankensteining the Big Mac and Whopper together (McWhopper as they called it) and reporting on their findings. The result? […]
  • the apple watch nightmare you must watch to believe (pun intended)
    Jealous of your friend with an Apple watch? Watch this hilarious video from the humor website, Vooza and you may think twice about buying one!
  • when a wandering eye is handy
    Creeping on people is awesome. Errrrr....we mean when you have something precious to look after, it's not a bad idea to install a surveillance system. But who has the money or the time to review hours and hours of footage. That's what's so beautiful about the Butterfleye. This home camera can actually detect when a […]
  • bk fails to settle the beef with mcdonalds
    One day, Burger King said to McDonalds, 'Let's get together and be alright.' Specifically, it was intended to celebrate International Day of Peace. McDonalds decided that they were not down with the idea and responded with the Corporate equivalent of 'B**ch, plz,' closing out their open letter with, "A simple phone call will do next […]
  • celebrate 50 with spaghettios cupcakes
    SpaghettiOs has turned 50. They want to celebrate by having some cake. Not just any cake, thought, a red velvet cake made from SpaghettiOs. The experiment recipe gives you a cake that includes strained sauce from the canned pasta along with an icing and "STRAWBERRY SPAGHETTIOS TOPPING." Are you brave enough to try this out […]
  • let's go to mcdonalds :/
    McDonald's France has refreshed their "come as you are." campaign to tap in the the ability for emoji to convey more than words ever could. As the Inspiration Room puts it, "The new commercial, and corresponding print and outdoor elements, focuses on the many emotions experienced by McDonalds customers." The only emoji missing from the […]
  • art that speaks to us
    Art is so critically important. While art can serve many functions: an outlet for some, a source of inspiration for others - what it always is, is a reflection on where the world is now. Art acts as pseudo time capsule in that we may not always recognize the piece is capturing a piece of […]
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    Most people in advertising live off caffeine. Frequent late nights can do that to a person - especially if you work on a coffee, soda or energy drink brand where you have 24/7 access to the product! In the past, caffeine has gotten (unfairly) a bad wrap, so we are here to set the records […]
  • lost and found magic
    Did you know that 1 in every 3 people will lose a friend at a music festival? It's true. It's true. Well, Pepsi is facing this atrocity head on with a little something they call, The Friend Finder. This advanced tracking system is a hearty mix of 1 part magic and two parts drones. Hooked […]
  • Bro, do you even use organic protein?
    Organic Valley wants Bros to stop using synthetic proteins and go all organic, so naturally they came up with a save a bro hotline. You can now save a bro you know by submitting their Twitter handle (brononymously of course) to Organic Valley. Said bro will get a custom video message based on their bro […]

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  • Immunize BC – BC Centre for Disease Control: Measles DM
    Advertising Agency: Rethink, Vancouver, Canada Creative Directors: Ian Grais, Chris Staples Art Director: Leia Rogers Copywriter: Morgan Tierney Content Strategist: Leah Gregg Print Producer: Sue Wilkinson, Cary Emley Studio Artist: Jonathon Cesar, Tom Pettapiece, Jan Day Printer: Generation Printing Account Services: Chelsea Stoelting Published: August 2015
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    Universe's most toxic radio. Advertising Agency: Trabajo Por Computadora, Asunción, Paraguay Creative Director: Gabriel Silva Art Director: Edgar Arce Copywriter: Sergio López Mussi Illustrator: Edgar Arce Additional credits: Gabriel Benítez, Rubén Benavides, Gastón Cortesi, Bernard Riedel, Carlos Alarcón, Alejo Divaguet Published: August 2015
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    Universe's most toxic radio. Advertising Agency: Trabajo Por Computadora, Asunción, Paraguay Creative Director: Gabriel Silva Art Director: Edgar Arce Copywriter: Sergio López Mussi Illustrator: Edgar Arce Additional credits: Gabriel Benítez, Rubén Benavides, Gastón Cortesi, Bernard Riedel, Carlos Alarcón, Alejo Divaguet Published: August 2015
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    Universe's most toxic radio. Advertising Agency: Trabajo Por Computadora, Asunción, Paraguay Creative Director: Gabriel Silva Art Director: Edgar Arce Copywriter: Sergio López Mussi Illustrator: Edgar Arce Additional credits: Gabriel Benítez, Rubén Benavides, Gastón Cortesi, Bernard Riedel, Carlos Alarcón, Alejo Divaguet Published: August 2015
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    Advertising Agency: 72andSunny, USA
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    Creative Directors: Nicky-bob van Beijnen, Bram van Leeuwen Art Director: Nicky-bob van Beijnen Copywriter: Bram van Leeuwen Director: Alek Bruessing Produced by: Big Shots Head of production: Robert-Jan Glas Producers: Joline Delhaas, Merle Wils, Sjoerd van Renselaar Production assistants: Denise Slot, Tiziana Benguerbi, Otto de Vries Set supervisor: Alwyn Wils D.P.: Daan Steijnen Sound design […]
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    Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Stockholm, Sweden Copywriters: Erik Wingfors, Petter Dixelius, Petter Esbjörnsson Art directors: Olov Lagerkvist, Victor Bergabo Executive Creative Director: Gustav Egerstedt
  • Honda HR-V: The perfect fit garage
    Advertising Agency: Lost Boys, Paris, France Creative Directors: Gavin Gordon-Rogers, Gemma Butler Art Director: Luke Crawford Copywriter: Jenny Hughes Agency Producer: Kyson East Planner: Harry Pugsley Client Services: Sarah Watts Production Company: Passion Pictures Director: Cassidy Burcher Producer: Stephanie Zari
  • McDonald's: Couple
    Come as you are. Advertising Agency: BETC, Paris, France Executive Creative Director: Rémi Babinet Creative Director: Damien Bellon Art Director: Juri Zaech Assistant Art Director: Albert Yvert Copywriters: Samuel Moore, David Aronson Photographers: Nick & Chloé Art Buyer: Isabelle Mocq-Orain Producer: Chantal Bertina Production: Rita Post Production: Sparklink
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    Advertising Agency: BETC, Paris, France Executive Creative Director: Rémi Babinet Creative Director: Damien Bellon Art Director: Juri Zaech Assistant Art Director: Albert Yvert Copywriters: Samuel Moore, David Aronson Producers: Fabrice Brovelli, Thibault Blacque-Belair Production Company: Iconoclast Sound: Green United Music Directors: We Are From LA Post Production: Mathematic Music: "Video Killed the radio star" de […]

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  • #ExoBaby: Hyundai Use A Baby In An Exoskeleton Suit To Promote Their Latest Technology
    Sometimes commercials can be awesome in how they convey a message, this is one of those times. Mostly with newborn babies you dress them in a onesie, the all-in-one bodysuit that ensures they’re kept warm and relatively dry but means you can also get access to their diaper quickly when you need to. This baby […]
  • What if Manhattan…
    Can you imagine if you lived in New York City and woke up one morning to find that everyone had gone, you couldn’t fail to notice something like that. However this isn’t a plot line for the film ‘I Am Legend’ with you playing Will Smith’s role, instead it’s an disturbing visual observation of what […]
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    Attention all Brits – ‘The Eagle Has Landed!’ – American Eagle Outfitters are set to invade and launch in the UK and ‘It Girl’ Daisy Lowe has been selected to spearhead the attack on British fashion. American Eagle, famous for its on-trend and affordable product will initially open three stores in and around London based […]
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    For the launch of her first women’s knitwear collection Donna Wilson commissioned Oliver’s Island to produce a film. Together they came up with the idea of spinning the model , Megan Turner Jones, on a wheel. ‘Jumpers and Ice Cream’ is a family of five exquisitely soft woolly jumpers inspired by rainy Sundays, mittened bike […]
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    Landline telephones, surely they’ll be obsolete pretty soon because no one but telemarketers—and possibly your gran—uses them any more. Relish broadband decided to find out just how irrelevant they are and took to the streets of London waving a £50 note around, offering it up to anyone who could dive into their mind and come […]
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