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  • Strong Finish for GOP Convention as Trump Speech Draws 30.8 Million Viewers
    Donald Trump on Thursday night capped the weirdest, wildest political convention in recent memory with a hot-blooded, 80-minute Cormac McCarthy novel of a speech that, despite extending well beyond the bounds of primetime on the East Coast, helped draw the biggest ratings of the past four days.According to Nielsen live-plus-same-day data, Mr. Trump's address to […]
  • Starbucks Revenue Misses Estimates as U.S. Growth Slows
    Starbucks, the world's largest coffee-shop chain, reported third-quarter revenue that missed analysts' estimates after same-store sales growth slowed in the Americas, its biggest region.Sales rose 7.3% to $5.24 billion in the quarter ended June 26, the Seattle-based company said in a statement on Thursday. That trailed analysts' $5.34 billion average estimate. Same-store sales climbed 4% […]
  • Pizza Hut's New Spot Introduces Nearly Two-Foot Pizza for Olympic-Sized Appetites
    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 […]
  • Texture, Still Seeking to Become a Household Name, Links Up With Home Shopping Network
    John Loughlin, chief executive officer of magazine subscription service Texture, is setting his ambitions high, even in a highly competitive media market in which consumers are loath to open their wallets."The objective here is this should be a mass consumer service," said Mr. Loughlin.But Texture still has a long way to go, and is focused […]
  • 'Dark' Trump to America: 'You Can't Always Get What You Want'
    So that happened.Before I get to the final day of life in Cleveland during the Republican National Convention, first a retrospective note: Remember that time Ted Cruz stole the show by not endorsing Donald Trump during his big RNC speech? When was that again? Oh, right -- Wednesday night. (Seems so long ago now.) Well, […]
  • The Media Chart for July 22: MLB All-Star Game Can't Compete With 'Talent'
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  • Exclusive: The 10 TV and Radio Markets Where Pro-Clinton PACs Are Spending Big Next
    The Ad Age Presidential Campaign Ad Scorecard is sponsored by The Trade DeskEditor's note: Here's the 23rd installment of the 2016 Presidential Campaign Ad Scorecard. The chart below represents a collaboration between the Ad Age Datacenter -- specifically, Kevin Brown, Bradley Johnson and Catherine Wolf -- and Kantar Media's Campaign Media Analysis Group (CMAG). Some […]
  • Pandora Losing Listeners, Dollars as Revenue Misses Q2 Estimates
    Pandora, the internet radio service that's become the subject of heated merger speculation, posted second-quarter revenue that missed analysts' estimates as active listeners fell.The company posted a loss of 12 cents a share, excluding some items, according to a statement Thursday. That was smaller than the 15-cent average loss projected by analysts in a Bloomberg […]
  • Pokmon Go Finally Released in Home Country Japan
    Office workers and children on summer vacation streamed out onto Tokyo's streets on Friday to play Pokmon Go, after the hit mobile game was released in its home country.Anticipation had been building for weeks in Japan, the country that gave birth to the franchise two decades ago. The smartphone game, which topped the country's download […]
  • Verizon Said to Be Close to $5 Billion Deal for Yahoo
    Verizon is nearing a deal to buy Yahoo, beating out rival bidders for the iconic web pioneer, people familiar with the matter said.Verizon is discussing a price close to $5 billion for Yahoo's core internet business, one of the people said and the deal doesn't include the company's patents at this stage. While other assets […]

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  • BuzzFeed Poaches Pinterest Exec to Build Out Its Ad Analytics Capabilities
    BuzzFeed wants to give advertisers more data about how their efforts perform and is willing to poach digital competitors to do it. The viral-minded publisher has hired Edwin Wong, Pinterest's head of partner insights, as its new vp of research and insights. Wong will report to BuzzFeed's CMO and chief creative officer Frank Cooper and […]
  • HP, Snapchat and Amex Are Hosting Some Amazing Activations at NYC's Panorama Music Festival
    Technology, as an idea, isn't as cool as music in most circles, but it's at least hip enough to be invited to the party. And so are the brands who push digital bells-and-whistles, as evidenced by activations by HP and Amex that will take place this weekend at the inaugural Panorama Music Festival on Randalls Island in […]
  • Time Inc. Reorganizes Into 4 Distinct Brand Groups
    The news cycle isn't slowing down at Time Inc., which just a week after announcing a major restructuring, is reorganizing its editorial division. Today in an internal memo, chief content officer Alan Murray told staffers that all the company's titles will be divided into four different groups, each led by a dedicated editorial director that […]
  • Clients Are Demanding Better Agency Collaboration. Here Are 5 Ways to Get There
    I finally watched the Steve Jobs movie the other night and truly pondered his genius and the impact he made on the world. When I broke into the business, we used electric typewriters that had the ability to erase a single letter. Times have indeed changed. Zach Rosenberg In the movie, I loved the references […]
  • New Digital Campaign for TGI Fridays Builds Off of Hamilton's Success
    TGI Fridays is pushing hard to court millennials, including new store designs and drone tests. Now, TGI Fridays is aiming to latch on to some of the buzz around Broadway's hit Hamilton with a series of spots that are part of its "largest digital and social push." The campaign—created by Made Movement—features Alexander Hamilton, who […]
  • Jon Stewart Takes Down Roger Ailes and Donald Trump in His First Daily Show-Style Rant in 11 Months
    Ever since Jon Stewart stepped down as host of The Daily Show last August, his fans have been begging him to return to late-night and deliver his brilliant, incisive political takedowns, especially in this year's over-the-top presidential race. While Stewart has mostly stayed out of the spotlight, he couldn't resist weighing in on two of […]
  • It's Official: Roger Ailes Resigns From Fox News Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations
    After a flurry of bizarre reports earlier this week, confirmed then quickly denied, about Roger Ailes' exit from Fox News, it's now official: The chairman and CEO is departing the top-ranked cable news network he co-founded in 1996. Ailes has resigned, effective immediately, 21st Century Fox announced. Rupert Murdoch, executive chairman of 21st Century Fox, […]
  • Sephora Is Driving Mobile Sales With Tinder-Like Features and Digital Mad Libs
    Sephora has led the pack in mobile beauty retailers for a few years, and now it's taking a page from games and pop culture to help re-launch the Sephora Collection—its private label brand. Sephora's mobile and desktop site now includes two new features—dubbed "swipe it, shop it" and "beauty uncomplicator" that help shoppers whittle through […]
  • Ad of the Day: Samsung Combines the World's Anthems Into One Beautiful Song for Rio 2016
    The world's national anthems come together to form a song of international unity in Samsung's latest Olympics spot. From Leo Burnett Chicago and Leo Burnett Sydney, the new TV and digital spot does more than just promote the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. At a time when the world feels like a scary, fragile place, it […]
  • Patrón Wants to Help You Find the Perfect Cocktail Using Your Amazon Echo
    Are robots the new bartenders? Maybe not, but Patrón tequila is launching a web platform today called Patrón Cocktail Lab that's aimed at making at least part of the drinking process digital and eventually making buying a bottle of tequila as easy as turning on your Amazon Echo. Patrón Cocktail Lab is initially launching with […]

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  • Can't get enough Baby Groot? 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' is for you
    SAN DIEGO — Baby Groot is out of his pot and running wild in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 — and the world is gonna go nuts for him. The crowd at Comic-Con did, anyway. Marvel Studios revealed a generous reel of footage from the Guardians sequel at their Saturday night Hall H panel, […]
  • Islamic State claims responsibility for Kabul suicide bombing of peaceful protest
    KABUL, Afghanistan — The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing on a peaceful protest in the Afghan capital on Saturday that killed at least 80 people and wounded more than 200, marking the first time the extremists have struck Kabul and raising fears of their growing strength and capability in Afghanistan. […]
  • Watch beautiful bursts of plasma shoot from the sun in new NASA video
    A NASA spacecraft watching the sun has captured a new video of Earth's nearest star burping out plasma. The video was captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) from July 9 to 10 and shows the special machinations of the star's complicated magnetic fields. SEE ALSO: The sun looks like it's doing a somersault in […]
  • 7 can't-miss apps: Candid, Swiftmoji, Tinycards and more
    With Pokémon Go still setting records and new leaked images of what may be the next iPhone, you may have missed some of this week's best new apps. Each weekend, we round up a few of our favorite new and updated apps. This week's list includes a new app for anonymous sharing, an emoji prediction […]
  • Brie Larson confirmed for 'Captain Marvel' - onstage at Comic-Con
    SAN DIEGO — Brie Larson, suit up. The Oscar winner is, officially, one of the most powerful superheroes in the comicbook movie universe. Larson was reportedly in talks for the role earlier this year, and Disney/Marvel was able to close her deal in time for a Comic-Con appearance. Larson, who won Best Actress for her […]
  • 'The Flash' cast talk Flashpoint and more at Comic-Con panel
    In a new trailer for The Flash that screened Saturday evening at Comic-Con, Barry (Grant Gustin) narrates, "Some things happen by chance, and some things happen because we make them happen."  There could be no better theme for Season 3 of The Flash, which — as has already been excitedly reported — will deal with […]
  • Warner Bros. pours on the DC Comics charm offensive at Comic-Con
    SAN DIEGO — Warner Bros. knew the stakes coming into Comic-Con: Batman v Superman, a crucial pivot in the construction of the DC Comics universe, was not beloved. It wasn’t even beliked.  They needed this moment, in front of these fans, to restore the faith. And Great Hera, they seem to have done it! SEE […]
  • 'Star Trek Discovery' will boldly launch with a new ship, new format
    SAN DIEGO — So long, USS Enterprise. We don't know a whole lot about the brand new Star Trek TV show coming to CBS in January 2017. But now we at least have a name, a ship, a format, and a basic philosophy.  SEE ALSO: 'Star Trek Beyond’ stars boldly engage in a NASA trivia […]
  • 'Inhumans vs. X-Men' is the next major Marvel Comics battle
    SAN DIEGO — Nobody likes to see loved ones fight, unless those loved ones are groups of superheroes. Because that is definitely a thing right now. Next up in the history of Marvel's "versus" canon: Inhumans vs. X-Men, an all-new, standalone event series coming this winter, Mashable can exclusively report. SEE ALSO: Comic-Con: Why so […]
  • King Kong is bigger than ever in the first 'Kong Skull Island' trailer
    SAN DIEGO — King Kong is back, and bigger than ever. Warner Bros. released the first trailer for Kong: Skull Island on Saturday, following its panel presentation in Comic-Con Hall H with stars Brie Larson and Tom Hiddleston. Suffice it to say, no King Kong, cinematic or otherwise, has ever been quite as large as […]

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  • Outdoor ad: Adventure World: Mistaken Identity
    With the Pokemon Go craze hitting Australia along with the rest of the world, it was inevitable that there would be casualties. Adventure World Perth's mascot Yarli the Dragon has been mistaken for a Pokemon and abducted from the park. Adventure World are using bill posters, handout flyers and social media posts to ensure his […]
  • TV ad: Blue Point Brewing Company: 'Patchogue's Got It All'
    VSA Partners’ new media campaign for Blue Point Brewing Company taps the talents of The Colonie editor Bob Ackerman and his team for “Patchogue’s Got It All,” a comedic spot that takes a disarming approach to introducing the premium craft beer and a refreshed brand that’s both subtle and bold. Directed by Brian Billow, the […]
  • Interactive ad: E.ON: The Great LinkedIn Sunfarmer Stunt
    The aim of the activation is to promote solar energy in Sweden, encouraging more people to make the switch. It is an endorsement campaign with a difference. In The Great LinkedIn Sunfarmer Stunt, all E.ON-employees in Sweden with a LinkedIn-account were encouraged to add a new title, Solfarmare [Sunfarmer]. LinkedIn did the rest. The Swedish […]
  • Print ad: Honda BIZ: Buttons
    The idea is to compare the time people spend in traffic with the time they spend in some pleasurable activities – which are somehow politically incorrect. Honda Biz is one of the most modern and youthful motorbikes of the market. The spirit of the brand, thus, is irreverent. It was not a coincidence that we […]
  • Print ad: Honda BIZ: Agenda
    The idea is to compare the time people spend in traffic with the time they spend in some pleasurable activities – which are somehow politically incorrect. Honda Biz is one of the most modern and youthful motorbikes of the market. The spirit of the brand, thus, is irreverent. It was not a coincidence that we […]
  • Print ad: Honda BIZ: Keyboard
    The idea is to compare the time people spend in traffic with the time they spend in some pleasurable activities – which are somehow politically incorrect. Honda Biz is one of the most modern and youthful motorbikes of the market. The spirit of the brand, thus, is irreverent. It was not a coincidence that we […]
  • TV ad: Air New Zealand: Safety in Hollywood
    Air New Zealand and their agency, True, have once again put a creative spin on traditional safety briefings. The latest offering was filmed in Los Angeles at Warner Bros. Studio, featuring Anna Faris, Rhys Darby and even Chester the Chihuahua. Strap yourselves in for Safety in Hollywood.Category: Travel, transport & tourismClient: Air New ZealandAgency: TrueExecutive […]
  • TV ad: Samsung: The Anthem
    Samsung Electronics, Worldwide Olympic Partner in the Wireless Communications Equipment, has debuted its marquee Olympic Games commercial, titled "The Anthem." As a continuation of Samsung's global Olympic Games campaign, the TV and digital spot, a joint effort of Leo Burnett Chicago and Sydney, strives to break down barriers of geographic borders and to unite the […]
  • Radio ad: ANZ: Hairy Chest
    Globally, women are paid up to 36% less than men. This spot features a young girl trying to make sense of this statistic. The spot starts with a strange claim from the young girl, telling us she wishes she had manly chest hair and hair on her back and shoulders. We realise the thought process […]
  • Print ad: Jakarta Barbershop: Rockabilly
    Hair style is one of a man’s essential statement. To be cut and styled precisely is way more than a luxury. Our idea is to use metaphor of a man has his hair cut by a barber who is himself. So the barber would cut exactly like he wants.Category: Retail servicesClient: Jakarta BarbershopAgency: TBWA IndonesiaChief […]

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  • Rainmaker Rewind: Launching Your First (or Next) Digital Product
    This week on Rainmaker Rewind, Sonia Simone explains the value of launching a digital product and the steps you should take to get moving. Listen to Confessions of a Pink-haired Marketer to discover how digital products can help boost your income and the nitty-gritty of designing your first digital product with your audience in mind. […]
  • Profitable Writers Demonstrate How to Prosper from Your Words
    If you aspire to make a comfortable income from your writing, you’ll find inspiration in the stories of the three people we’re featuring in today’s Certified Stories article. This group comes direct from our Certified Content Marketer page here on Copyblogger. You know what I liked best about their answers? That they were pleasantly surprised […]
  • Top 3 Reasons to Get Your Digital Commerce Summit Tickets Now
    Digital Commerce Summit is three months away, and we’re all very excited about this inaugural event. It’s happening in Denver, CO on October 13-14, 2016. If you’re a digital entrepreneur, or are interested in getting into the business of creating and selling digital products, this is right up your alley. But you’re going to want […]
  • How to Discover Your Customers’ Favorite Social Media Platforms
    Every few months, a hot, new social media tool hits the scene — Pinterest, Periscope, Foursquare, Blab — and some marketing experts make it sound like if you’re not using that new platform, you’re missing out. That notion gives me a massive headache. Like everyone else, I feel pressured to have a presence on every […]
  • The Writer Runs This Show [SlideShare]
    We have the technology. We have the business skills. We have virtual ink by the barrel. The writer runs this show. We’re the ones who command the attention. We’re the ones who create the engagement. We’re the ones who influence what people think and do. The writer runs this show. We won’t toil in obscurity […]
  • Rainmaker Rewind: How Neuroscientist Michael Grybko Defines Writer’s Block, Part One
    This week on Rainmaker Rewind, Kelton Reid welcomes back research scientist Michael Grybko, of the Department of Psychology at the University of Washington, to The Writer Files to unveil the mysteries of writer’s block from a scientific standpoint. They also discuss why writers argue about the definition of writer’s block and how you can find […]
  • What’s the Difference Between a Professional Writer and a Content Marketer?
    I’ve been a writer for a long, long time. I’ve written something every day for around 30 years now. (Okay, I took about a week off when I had a C-section.) I’ve been a content marketer since 2004, even though we didn’t call it that back then. These days, I’m a Chief Content Officer — […]
  • 3 Unexpected Ways Writers Deliver Value (So They Can Charge More)
    In today’s world, the writer runs the show. Not just any writer, of course. The pennies-a-word scribe may barely scrape by. But the quality professional writer — the writer who demonstrates high value and trust from the moment of first contact all the way through to delivery of the final word — that person writes […]
  • How to Write with Power and Authority, Even if You Feel Like a Nobody
    In this overcrowded online world, do you ever wonder why people would listen to your advice? I used to feel the same way. I didn’t understand why people would read my writing tips when the web is awash with writing advice from people more experienced, more knowledgeable, and more authoritative than me. Why would anyone […]
  • Try the Rainmaker Platform for Free (No Credit Card Required)
    A lot has happened since we launched Rainmaker two years ago. What started as an easier, more secure, and maintenance-free way to build a powerful website has become a complete digital marketing and sales solution. The website aspects of the Platform are even more powerful, and are now complemented by integrated email, marketing automation, an […]

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  • Sir Patrick Stewart Has Strong Feelings About Hardware Stores
    Do you have an aspiration in life? Do you confess it to the world when you’re out late after maybe a few adult beverages? Noted actor, treasure of the Anglophone world, and eater of tuna salad sandwiches on planes Patrick Stewart would like the world to know that he loves hardware stores, and he would […]
  • L’Oreal Expands Makeup Portfolio With $1.2B Purchase Of IT Cosmetics
    Cosmetics biggie L’Oreal just got a bit bigger, adding some 300 skincare and makeup products with its $1.2 billion acquisition of infomercial fave IT Cosmetics. According to the announcement, IT Cosmetics — already sold through QVC, the Shopping Channel, and in Ulta and Sephora stores — will come under the umbrella of L’Oreal’s Lux division. […]
  • Pumpkin Spice Lindor Truffles Are Coming To Stores, And You Can’t Stop Them
    Did you think that because it’s the peak of summer that you were safe from pumpkin spice mania? No, of course not: that’s when food companies announce their new pumpkin spice food-like objects, before they hit stores in August and September. Thanks to Consumerist’s diligent coverage of how pumpkin spice everything is taking over the […]
  • Next Year, You Can Buy Pay-As-You-Go Cable From Comcast If You Want
    We’re used to there being two kinds of cell phone plans. There’s the post-paid, where you get a bill every month that may go up or down depending on your usage. And there’s the pre-paid, where you pay your $40 and get your flat amount of data and airtime, and use it until it’s used […]
  • Do You Remember What Happened This Week? Maybe Not, But Take Our Quiz Anyway
    Monday there was news. Then Tuesday there was also news, some of it new. Wednesday had news too, if we remember it correctly. News definitely happened yesterday (we read about it online), and we have the punched time-cards to show that news newsed earlier today. But have you been keeping up? Once again, we invite […]
  • 17 Passengers, Crew Member Taken To Hospital After American Airlines Flight Stops Mid-Takeoff
    An American Airlines flight bound for Philadelphia suddenly aborted its takeoff at Palm Beach International Airport Thursday afternoon because of a possible fluid leak, sending 14 passengers and three crew members to the hospital.  Pilots for flight 1822 activated emergency slides and ordered the evacuation of the aircraft once it came to a stop, Philly.com reports.  […]
  • 3 Reasons We Don’t Fully Embrace New Things Right Away
    At opposite ends of the shopping spectrum, you have the early adopters who rush to embrace the newest and shiniest products the moment they hit the market, and then you have those who choose to clutch on to the familiar, refusing to change until they have no choice. Even those of us in the middle […]
  • FCC To Phone Companies: Offer Free Robocall Blockers To Customers
    Even though the Federal Communications Commission has repeatedly said that wireless and landline phone providers are allowed to offer robocall-blocking services to their customers, some carriers have continued to incorrectly insist — and provide misinformation to consumers — that they simply don’t have the authority to deploy this technology. In an effort to make things […]
  • Chipotle Sales Still Down: Customers Have Come Back, But Don’t Return As Often
    Chipotle Mexican Grill founder and co-CEO Steve Ells told investors, analytsts, and reporters in a conference call late yesterday that the company’s sales recovery “continued at a modest pace” over the last few months. Translation: as polls before this earnings release predicted, customers still aren’t coming back. Comparable store sales are still low, but the […]
  • Report: Verizon Close To Finalizing $5B Deal To Buy Yahoo
    Following three rounds of bidding from suitors across the board, Yahoo is reportedly ready to crown a victor in the auction of its core internet business. And rumor has it the winner is Verizon.  Bloomberg, citing sources close to the matter, reports that Verizon is in talks to complete the purchase of Yahoo’s search, mail, […]

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  • Samsung Olympics Anthem
    Samsung has launched “The Anthem”, an inspiring Rio Olympics commercial combining segments of national anthems from several countries to form one anthem brought to life by athletes and fans across the globe. The Samsung Olympics Anthem opens with a young girl from Australia singing a line of “Fatshe leno la rona”, the Botswana national anthem, […]
  • Air New Zealand Safety in Hollywood
    Air New Zealand’s latest in-flight safety video, Safety in Hollywood, stars Anna Faris (Christy Plunkett in Mom) and Rhys Darby (Murray Hewitt in Flight of the Conchords). The five-minute Air New Zealand Safety in Hollywood film is set in multiple iconic Hollywood film locations at Warner Brothers Studios, including those used in Jurassic Park, Casablanca, […]
  • TAC Meet Graham the Invulnerable
    The Transport Accident Commission (TAC), a road safety organisation in Victoria, Australia, has launched ‘Graham’, an interactive lifelike sculpture demonstrating human vulnerability. Royal Melbourne Hospital trauma surgeon Christian Kenfield and Monash University Accident Research Centre crash investigator David Logan briefed Melbourne sculptor Patricia Piccinini to develop Graham. Graham has been designed with bodily features that […]
  • Heathrow First Flight marks 70 Years
    Heathrow Airport is running its first ever television advertising campaign, celebrating 70 years of flight. Heathrow First Flight, set to David Bowie’s 1967 track “When I Live My Dream”, follows a five-year-old girl, Harriet, and her companion Owly. Together they travel from her home, through the airport and onto a flight. The advert ends with […]
  • Nissan Diehard Fan Faces at Rio Olympics
    Nissan USA has launched the Nissan Diehard Fan Nations app, a virtual face paint app goes allowing sports fans to show and share their national pride for the sports teams that will be heading to Rio de Janeiro for the 2016 Olympics. The app, designed originally for college sports fans in the USA, has 2,000 […]
  • Telstra Magic of Technology
    Telstra has unveiled a new brand campaign that brings to life the magic that can be created on Telstra Networks. The Telstra Magic of Technology campaign highlights how Telstra enables people to thrive in a connected world and aims to position Telstra from a telco to a techco. The launch ad begins with a quote […]
  • AAMI Not very insurancey Recorder Girl
    Australian insurance company AAMI has responded to complaints about a squealing recorder with a new version of the latest Not Very Insurancy commercial. Launched in late November 2015, the AAMI Not Very Insurancey advertising campaign shows the AAMI girl and her colleagues running a high tech command station and then heading out into the world […]
  • Istanbul Flow Motion
    Turkish Airlines is in the news this weekend with the challenges presented by the attempted coup in Turkey. Back in November 2015 Turkish Airlines launched “Istanbul – Flow through the City of Tales”, a commercial presenting Istanbul as the main hub of Turkish Airlines, introducing the historical, cultural and social aspects of the city to […]
  • Gatorade Dear Peyton
    Gatorade’s Dear Peyton TV ad is one of the nominations for Most Outstanding Commercial in the 2016 Emmy Awards. Launched in April 2016 in recognition of quarterback Manning’s retirement from the National Football League, the Gatorade Dear Peyton features handwritten letters Peyton Manning wrote during his 18-year career, read by the recipients, including former teammates, […]
  • Channel 4 Superhumans at Rio 2016
    Channel 4 has launched Rio 2016 Paralympic Games: We’re The Superhumans, an advertising campaign promoting coverage of the 2016 Paralympics in Rio, and supporting Channel 4’s 2016 Year of Disability. The centrepiece of the campaign is a three-minute advert, We’re the Superhumans, featuring a cast of more than 140 disabled people, including Paralympic athletes, musicians […]

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  • robot makes your latte
    You know what sounds good this morning? A Latte, but who wants to talk to an over caffeinated barista before you've had any caffeine to get the blood pumping? That's right, no one. Guess who has a solution for you... McDonalds. So, if your desire to avoid talking to a human being outweighs your desire […]
  • #underwearlife
    Between parody and reality there is the grey space that this American Eagle ad for AerieMAN lives. Is it making fun of itself, or simply approaching an uncomfortable topic like body image and underwear with a sense of humor? Hopefully it is the later. Either way, it's a good ad that deserves some attention. Enjoy.
  • lil dicky condoms
    Fair warning, if you click through and watch the following video, either do it with headphones or have some really chill officemates. Trojan is a brand for the NSFW moments in life, and they know it. That is why Lil Dicky is giving The Talk in this lil piece of branded content. 
  • just like a woman
    Creating a memorable moment on the internet is a challenge these days, unless you are OK Go. Jeff Buckley is taking a stab at making a memorable experience with his interactive "Just Like a Woman" cover. You decide if you want to add more audio tracks, change the look of the panels floating by, or […]
  • human testing
    When was the last time you saw a commercial for a coffee brewer that both made you chuckle and enticed you to buy the thing the company was selling? OXO may actually be doing that now with their campaign, Tested on Humans. The ads are subtly humorous and make a clear point about the produce. […]
  • fooseball will make you forget all about those emissions tests...
    Scandals and controversy are nothing new to big, multinational companies, but we should let the PR folks handle that. What we need is a fun, engaging way to show people how to engage with their favorite soccer players. The marketing team over at Volkswagen have put together just the thing. It's a digital fooseball table […]
  • where did all the buzz go?
    Bees are important, like really REALLY freakin' important. Their pollination is responsible for 1/3rd of the food we consume. So you can imagine why General Mills Canada believes it's imperative we do something to save them. And what better spokesperson for this than Buzz, the Honey Nut Cheerios bee? Well, not exactly a spokesperson, but […]
  • pre-roll ad gets whacked
    For the latest installment of "fun with pre-roll ads" we have a trailer for the new hitman type game, The Wolfshark, that is intercepted by an ad for the same game, with a CTA to kill the ad (vs. skip). And, from there, well, people get killed. See what they did there? via
  • #AdiosAmigo
    When was the last time you saw a brand give a mascot a proper farewell? Dos Equis is actually giving the Most Interesting Man in the World a deserved send off as he moves on from being a brand icon and internet meme (though the meme will probably continue long after his role is over […]
  • stella wants your legacy
    Beer seems to be at a place where the brewers market themselves as either being steeped in tradition or breaking all the rules. It's no surprise that Stella Artois is taking a both/and approach by telling the story of how the brewery was founded. It feels a little like a Cohen brothers deal, which is […]

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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 […]
  • AutoTrader: Build My Ride
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  • eBay Christmas 2014: ‘The Joy of Giving’
    Dust away all the glitter and the tinsel, put aside the turkey and the trimmings because Christmas is all about giving. That’s what makes it such a great time of year. Sure, the mulled wine’s great for a glass or two and everyone loves a mince pie, but there’s no greater feeling than seeing someone’s […]
  • Daisy Lowe Stars In ‘An American Eagle In London’
    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 […]
  • Donna Wilson Knitwear A/W 14: ‘Jumpers and Ice Cream’
    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 […]
  • For a Cash Reward Could You Remember Your Landline Number?
    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 […]
  • Air New Zealand – Gilles Peterson LON/LAX FM
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  • Meet Victo the robot, powered by Samsung SSD 850 PRO
    Get Will Smith on the phone quick because I, Robot has just taken one step closer to becoming reality, the next gen of SSD cards has arrived and, according to this video, it can turn into a robot, travel the world at incredible speeds and charm the pants of any woman. But maybe those last […]
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