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  • Keith Cartwright: Why Advertisers Must Get Involved
    Keith Cartwright, exec creative director at Butler, Shine, Stern & Partners and a co-founder of Saturday Morning, a coalition dedicated to peace and change around racial inequality, spoke to Ad Age the day before the group announced that Procter & Gamble Co. had signed onto its Peace Brief.Here, Mr. Cartwright addresses why advertisers should have […]
  • Clinton Campaign Reveals (No Kidding) 'Squad Goals'
    "Hillary is a badass," TV auteur Shonda Rhimes told the women's caucus at the Democratic National Convention in July. "Hillary gets it done. Hillary is squad goals, people."A new short (2:41) video released today on Hillary Clinton's official YouTube channel expands on those sentiments. Initially released with the title "Squad Goals" (a term more associated […]
  • Moonves Weighs Risk to Legacy Amid Talk of CBS-Viacom Merger
    CBS Chief Executive Officer Leslie Moonves laid low all summer, watching as the family that controls his company fought with the leadership of their other media giant, Viacom.Mr. Moonves can shun the spotlight no more. The Redstones prevailed, ousting management at faltering Viacom last month, and are now pushing the companies to recombine. Shari Redstone, […]
  • ANA Calls for Facebook Metrics to Be Audited and Accredited
    The Association of National Advertisers is calling for Facebook's metrics to be audited and accredited by the Media Rating Council in light of the social media network's disclosure that it has been giving marketers an inflated number for the average time spent viewing online clips."While ANA recognizes that 'mistakes do happen,' we also recognize that […]
  • Procter & Gamble Commits to Saturday Morning Peace and Equality Initiative
    Procter & Gamble and Syracuse University have signed onto the cause of Saturday Morning, a coalition for peace and change around racial inequality formed earlier this year by African-American creative leaders Keith Cartwright, Geoff Edwards, Jayanta Jenkins and Jimmy Smith, the group said Thursday at an event during Advertising Week.Procter & Gamble Chief Brand Officer […]
  • Molson Coors Sets Media Agency Review for U.S., Canada and U.K.
    Molson Coors Brewing Co. is beginning a request for proposal process to assess its media agencies in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom and plans to make a final decision in the first quarter of 2017.The review process comes as MillerCoors, a joint venture between SABMiller and Molson Coors, is set to become […]
  • YouTube Makes Bid to Smooth Music Industry Ties With Hire of Ex-Def Jam Boss
    YouTube has hired Lyor Cohen as its global head of music, entrusting the former Def Jam and Warner Music executive with improving the video site's contentious relationship with the recording industry.Mr. Cohen, who started his career under the tutelage of Def Jam co-founder Russell Simmons, helped shape the music business and pop culture though his […]
  • What Do Millennials Actually Use Venmo For?
    Pizza. Beer. Rogue eggplant? These are the emojis that delineate what users of the much-beloved mobile payment app Venmo spend money on, according to a recent study of transaction descriptions.After analyzing more than 500,000 public Venmo payments, researchers at student loan marketplace LendEdu determined that a slice of pizza and a small flying stack of […]
  • Agencies Battle at Ad Age's Karaoke for a Cause During Advertising Week
    Twelve teams squared off on stage Wednesday night at Ad Age's second annual Karaoke for a Cause, competing for a $10,000 prize for the charity of the winner's choice, sponsored by The Trade Desk. McCann came away with the win, donating the prize money to NYC Food Bank. Continue reading at
  • Dunkin' Donuts, Coca-Cola Team Up on Bottled Coffee Drinks
    Dunkin' Donuts has linked up with Coca-Cola to introduce a line of Dunkin' Donuts branded ready-to-drink coffee beverages in early 2017 and plans to give franchisees a cut of the profits from products sold outside the chain's shops.Coca-Cola Co. will manufacture, distribute and sell the drinks, Dunkin' Donuts, a division of Dunkin' Brands Group Inc., […]

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  • ANA Asks Facebook to Open Up Its Platform for More Third-Party Measurement
    One week after details about Facebook inflating its video metrics for advertisers were discovered, the Association of National Advertisers has called for an audit and accreditation of the social platform's metrics. The ANA's qualms stem from a report in The Wall Street Journal last week finding that Facebook overestimated the amount of time users spend […]
  • Voice Search Could Become Mainstream Within the Next 5 Years
    Even though people are pretty accustomed by now to talking into their smartphones, smart watches and other devices like Amazon Echos, voice search is still somewhat of a novelty. However, the role it plays in the overall ecosystem of search does seem to be growing.  According to Christi Olson, the search evangelist for Microsoft Bing […]
  • Brands Like Airbnb and P&G Express Interest in 'Saturday Morning' Social Justice Project
    Four prominent black creative directors launched the Saturday Morning project approximately two months ago as a way to further and formalize the sometimes challenging but important conversations facilitated by Black Lives Matter and related social justice movements. On Thursday at The New York Times Center, the group, which now numbers five—Butler, Stern, Shine and Partners […]
  • Megan Mullally Talks Will & Grace Reunion, Nick Offerman Talks Woodworking
      brightcove.createExperiences(); Hollywood power couple Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman hosted the 2016 Clio Awards last night, and they were a delight on the red carpet. Mullally discussed her hilarious turn in the new Will & Grace reunion video that encourages people to vote for Hillary (her character, Karen Walker, is an avid Trump supporter […]
  • 8 Stats That Show How Huge an Opportunity Instagram Is for Sports Marketers
    When people think of Instagram influencers, many of them automatically conjure up images of Kendall and Kylie Jenner. But marketers should know that sports is absolutely huge on the image-based app.  This morning, execs from Instagram and the NBA were part of an Advertising Week panel called "From the Olympics to the Pick-up Game: Instagram Talks […]
  • Adweek Podcast: Let's Talk About the Clios, Advertising Week and Ads Worth Watching
    For the advertising world, this has already been a packed week, with Advertising Week New York underway and the Clio Awards naming the year's best ads.    So we've got a lot to talk about in Adweek's weekly podcast, Yeah, That's Probably an Ad. Our panel talks about these big events, along with fallout from […]
  • Why CP+B Is Loving This Election, and Where It's Heading With American Airlines
      brightcove.createExperiences(); Election 2016 has been an exhausting experience for just about everyone. But for brands, it's certainly created potent cultural moments they can tap into. CP+B has helped do just that with an amusing campaign with Captain Obvious. The agency's chief creative officer, Ralph Watson, chatted with Adweek about that work and other […]
  • Why Some Broadcast Shows Are Getting Smaller, Cable-Sized Season Orders
    It was no surprise that NBC gave This Is Us a full-season pickup on Tuesday—after all, the series had the highest-rated 18-49 debut of any new series last week: a 2.8 rating, which soared to a 4.2 in live-plus-3 numbers. But what was a bit unexpected, however, was the length of that full-season order: 18 […]
  • Ad of the Day: South Park Drove These Mobile Billboards to Places They Weren't Wanted
    We will never be able to forgive South Park—or thank it enough—for that one time it utterly decimated native advertising in a story arc. But to promote its 20th season, the show briefly took its gaze off current events and launched its own version of a stroll down memory lane.  People got pissed. (Or so […]
  • How the Ad Industry Can Help Women Attain Top Leadership Positions
    It's a well-known fact that there are not nearly enough women in leadership positions in the advertising industry. This year during Advertising Week, She Runs It (the organization formerly known as Advertising Women of New York, or AWNY) released new data around the topic of gender diversity in agencies and why more women aren't taking […]

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  • Margot Robbie and Kate McKinnon dance and steal bread in hilarious SNL promos
    Margot Robbie is set to host the 42nd season premiere of Saturday Night Live on Oct. 1st. Before the big night, she appeared in some hilarious promo skits with cast member Kate McKinnon. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Funny, Snl, Saturday Night Live, and Kate Mckinnon
  • Mark Wahlberg's 'Deepwater Horizon' will have you crying on the edge of your seat
    No one is making action movies these days quite like Peter Berg, the Lone Survivor director who delivers another jaw-dropping, gut-wrenching, heartfelt human drama with Deepwater Horizon, which chronicles the true story of the worst oil disaster in U.S. history.  The Deepwater Horizon oil spill lasted 57 days, during which time 210 million gallons spilled […]
  • Watch this toddler freak out over Trump Halloween mask
    Frightened toddler is not cool with wearing a Trump mask for Halloween.  Read more...More about Mashable Video, Trump, Real Time, Real Time Video, and Us World
  • Twitter gave Rosie O'Donnell the worst 'who to follow' recommendation ever
    Welp, this is about as wrong as you can possibly be, Twitter. Twitter's account suggestion tool, which recommends accounts to follow based on your location and the tweets you interact with, recommended that Rosie O'Donnell follow Donald Trump. Oops. SEE ALSO: 7 things we learned from Donald Trump's Dr. Oz appearance The comedian tweeted an […]
  • Homemade ‘Terminator: Genisys’ uses cost-effective liquid metal robots
    Whether Terminator: Genisys is a sequel, a reboot, or some combination of the two, you never turn down an excuse to look like a Terminator using only aluminum foil. Our CineFix series, Homemade Movies, serves up creative remakes of your favorite movies, trailers and original songs. Every episode is an exact shot-for-shot re-creation, filmed at […]
  • Someone put herbal viagra in these sausages, but it's not what you think
    Sausages don't ask for much by way of seasoning. A dash of mustard, a splash of ketchup — you don't have to go overboard to make them tasty.  SEE ALSO: This hashtag is prompting men to get real about mental health and suicide Except, somebody did go overboard. They put herbal viagra in them. UK […]
  • Everything Samsung could pack into the Galaxy S8
    Samsung's having a really terrible month. Several of its products — new and old — are literally exploding left and right. Looking forward is the only thing the South Korean electronics giant can do as it recalls and exchanges Note7 phones prone to catching on fire from defective batteries. The potential lost sales from the […]
  • Homemade ‘Star Wars’ affordably reenacts the Battle of Hoth
    Ever wanted to recreate the epic battle of Hoth in The Empire Strikes Back in your own living room? Regardless of your answer, it's been done. Our CineFix series, Homemade Movies, serves up creative remakes of your favorite movies, trailers and original songs. Every episode is an exact shot-for-shot re-creation, filmed at home without any […]
  • This robot will look after your kids so you don't have to
    Machines already make your coffee, bot their way around the kitchen floor cleaning up after you and then help drive you to work, so why can't they also help out with the hardest part of a morning (noon and evening) routine: raising kids? Very soon they could. Meet the iPal, a rolling, talking robotic nanny […]
  • Beyoncé is the tech industry's newest celebrity investor
    Silicon Valley has some new royalty. Beyoncé just pumped $150,000 into a concert merchandise and line-cutting app called Sidestep by way of her Parkwood Entertainment management company, according to TechCrunch. SEE ALSO: Dream university offers entire course on Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' The startup first caught the singer's eye when it started peddling t-shirts and posters for […]

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  • TV ad: Shell: Fondue
    In Norway the petrol stations are big players in the fast food market. Shell asked agency Creuna to launch their new food concept for the Norwegian drivers. The Creuna solution was to grab their attention by showing them what not to eat on the road and at the same time offer a better and new […]
  • TV ad: Burger King: Code and Theory / Burger King / World Literacy Month
    Code and Theory's latest campaign for Burger King highlights the message that one in five people in the world cannot read, with menus written in gibberish at one of Burger King's drive-thru restaurants in the U.S.Category: FoodClient: Burger kingAgency: Code and TheoryGroup Creative Director: Brad DixonArt Director: Daniel NosonowitzProducer: Jos DiazAssoc Creative Director: Mike LatshawExecutive […]
  • TV ad: Madrefoca Services: La Madre Buena (The Good Mother)
    The topical tale of a Mexican mother torn between her politics and pleasing her only son's request to have a Donald Trump pinata for his birthday party. Agency: Clever Mule, UKCategory: Self promotionClient: MadrefocaAgency: Clever MuleExecutive Creative Director: Sarah CliftDirector: Sarah CliftExecutive Producer: Jorge AguileraExecutive Producer: Vanessa HernandezExecutive Producer: Alejandro SaevichExecutive Producer: Sarah CliftDoP: Matías […]
  • TV ad: ZTE Axon 7: Axon 7 Google Pre-Roll
    The integrated campaign from The Baiocco and Maldari Connection (BAM), uses the tagline “Have you Heard?” and a type treatment inspired by sound waves that promotes the Axon 7 as ‘America’s Premier HiFi smartphone.’ “Have You Heard? “emphasizes both the groundbreaking audio experience, driven by dual speakers and Dolby Atmos surround sound, as well as […]
  • TV ad: Le Trèfle (toilet paper): Wild Trip
    The commercial from Leo Burnett, Paris tells with humour the story of a couple going off for a "nature" weekend in a forest. The man and the woman have a different state of mindCategory: Home appliances & furnishingsClient: Le TrèfleAgency: Leo Burnett franceExecutive Creative Director: Xavier BeauregardArt Director: Laëtitia ChretienCopywriter: Jean-François Le MarecDirector: Vincent LobelleAgency […]
  • TV ad: CA Technologies: App Culture - Demand Never Dies
    Category: Business equipment & servicesClient: CA TechnologiesAgency: John McNeil StudioCreative Director: Doug GreenDirector: John McNeilSenior Copywriter: Eric RollerSenior Art Director: Silas ReevesExecutive Producer: Stephanie HeinsohnOther credits: Associate Director, Film and Editorial: Patrick Lundberg Production Design Supervisor: Hannah Bar-DiChiarra Senior Producer: Kirsten Harkonen Senior Project Manager: Darcy Novo Sound Composition: Steven Emerson SVP Corporate Marketing: Anna […]
  • TV ad: CA Technologies: App Culture - The Front Porch
    CA Technologies, the global leader in enterprise software solutions, has teamed with CNN this election season for an integrated marketing campaign created by John McNeil Studio and centered on election coverage. The effort leverages this election's heated and ever-changing landscape while highlighting the rising demand for new applications and experiences in the mobile world.Category: Business […]
  • TV ad: KitKat / Nestle: KitKat Chunky Best of the Best
    75" OLV content on Facebook and YouTube.Part of a digital/ social campaign to launch NEW KitKat Chunky Best of the Best, 3 flavours in 1 bar.Channels: Facebook, YouTube, Twitter. Agency: J Walter Thompson, AustraliaCategory: Confectionery & snacksClient: Nestle KIT KATAgency: J WALTER THOMPSONExecutive Creative Director: Simon LangleyCreative Director: Jay MorganArt Director: Dylan SoopramaniaCopywriter: Steve HeyDirector: […]
  • Print ad: Nagem: See details as you've never seen
    4K Ultra High Definition TVs have four times as many pixels as Full HD TVs so you can see more details. To show this, we create these ads to the largest regional tvs dealer.Category: Retail servicesClient: NagemAgency: BlackninjaCreative Director: Bertone BalduínoCopywriter: Márcio NazianzenoArt Director: Bruno MouraHead of Art: Rodrigo BonfimIllustrator: Bruno Moura
  • Print ad: Nagem: See details as you've never seen
    4K Ultra High Definition TVs have four times as many pixels as Full HD TVs so you can see more details. To show this, we create these ads to the largest regional tvs dealer.Category: Retail servicesClient: NagemAgency: BlackninjaCreative Director: Bertone BalduínoCopywriter: Márcio NazianzenoArt Director: Bruno MouraHead of Art: Rodrigo BonfimIllustrator: Bruno Moura

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  • Here’s How to Find the Right Mix and Fine-Tune Your Offer
    Have you ever wondered if your strange collection of skills and interests could be woven together to build a profitable business? If you have, you’ll love today’s Hero’s Journey article. Lauren Pawell is a rare breed: she has a background in development and marketing. That’s a combination you don’t see every day! Some people might […]
  • Ask Yourself These 3 Simple Questions to Craft Better Headlines
    Last week, when I wrote about how to become a writer, I forgot to mention something about why you’d want to be a writer. Writers are communicators. If you’re proud of your ideas, you want to be able to communicate them clearly and precisely. Headlines are your first opportunity to present your message to the […]
  • Marketing Your Book All the Way to the Bestseller Lists, with Jay Baer
    In this podcast episode, Chris Ducker sits down with Jay Baer to learn exactly how to become a New York Times bestselling author! Get your notebooks ready! Book marketing is a topic that has come up a lot for me lately. As many of you know, I’ve just wrapped a book that has been traditionally […]
  • Give Your Book the Best Chance with a Well-Executed Launch
    The timing of your book’s launch is important. But how important is it? Here’s what really matters when you’re ready to launch your book. In the words of Jeff Goins, “It’s really hard to launch too late and it’s really easy to launch too early.” A good launch can make a book, while a bad […]
  • SEO that Grows Your Business with John Jantsch
    Of all the components of a holistic online marketing strategy, search engine optimization (“SEO”) seems to mystify many the most. And it’s true that years back, the key to ranking well in Google was a form of dark art. That’s changed in recent years. Google’s algorithm has gotten smarter, and is more distinctly tuned in […]
  • 2 Essential Elements of Irresistible Content
    I once asked on social media: What’s your biggest challenge when creating compelling content? I didn’t treat it as a poll with various challenges. I wanted pure, unfiltered responses. And the number one answer was: Keeping it original and interesting. So, let’s talk about that today. Meaning + fascination The two elements that lead to […]
  • Is the Novel Dead? Part One
    In this special edition of the show, two writers joined me to opine the death of one of the most influential forms in the history of the written word. I posed the question that many great writers have pondered stretching across the last two centuries … Is the novel dead? And maybe a more up-to-date […]
  • 7 Powerful Content Strategies Borrowed from Advertising Masters
    The Copyblogger blog was founded on a simple but powerful idea — that our content (blogs, podcasts, videos) can be strengthened by adapting techniques from the world of direct response copywriting. Today, Sonia drills into some specific techniques and approaches that we can profitably swipe from our direct response brothers and sisters. In this 24-minute […]
  • How to Ruthlessly Cut Worthless Words from Your Sales Copy
    When you’re writing sales copy for your business, showing a little personality is a good thing. It’s also a good idea to use natural language whenever possible, so people know you’re a real person who is genuinely interested in helping your prospects and customers. I write conversationally when I write copy, and so do a […]
  • The Upside of Setting Outrageous Goals
    This week’s guest on The Digital Entrepreneur is determined. His goal is to help five billion people with their efforts to grow their businesses. How? He’s doing so by sharing as much content as he possibly can and by providing valuable services to purpose-driven companies. He strives to be wealthy, not just in material things, […]

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  • Instacart Replaces Tips With “Service Amounts,” But Are Workers Being Stiffed?
    Since its launch in 2012 Instacart has offered consumers a way to shop at their local grocery store without actually going to the store. Instead, hired shoppers would be sent a list of products, grab them off shelves, and drive them to a customer’s home or business where they often — but not always — receive a […]
  • Food Trucks Win First Legal Battle Over Rule To Keep Them Away From Restaurants
    A restaurant might already have enough competition from other eateries next door, across the street, or even in the same building, so they probably don’t want yet a competing restaurant on wheels parking on their block. But when restaurants and food trucks share a similar menu, can a city require that they not share the […]
  • Volvo Planning To Sell A Fully Self-Driving Car In 5 Years
    Another day, another major auto manufacturer announcing plans for a self-driving vehicle: this time it’s Volvo, which says it will offer a fully autonomous car to luxury buyers in five years. The vehicle will be sold to individual buyers, who can fork over about $10,000 extra to purchase autopilot features, Bloomberg Technology reports. The feature […]
  • Watch Out For Card Skimmers On Gas Pumps In Arizona (And Everywhere Else, Too)
    Going to an actual attendant and paying cash for gas is something fewer and fewer of us do every year. But for all the problems of cash, it might be less risky than sticking your credit card in any old gas pump, where a skimmer can grab and steal your data with very little effort. […]
  • Southwest Passengers Recall Three-Day Nightmare Travel Experience
    There are travel hiccups that keep passengers from getting to their destination by a few hours. And then there are ordeals that keep people in limbo for days. Case in point: a Southwest Airlines flight from the Dominican Republic to Atlanta that turned into a three-day real life nightmare.  Southwest Airlines flight 1239 was set to take […]
  • Dunkin’ Donuts Planning To Sell Bottled Coffee Drinks Starting Next Year
    Joining Starbucks bottled beverages on store shelves next year will be Dunkin’ Donuts, which says it’s teaming up with Coca-Cola to launch ready-to drink iced coffee products. Dunkin’ apparently timed the news to National Coffee Day, announcing that Coca-Cola will be in charge of manufacturing, distributing, and selling, but the products will be branded by […]
  • Student Loan Default Rates Decline, But A Record Number Of Borrowers Are In Default
    While the number of borrowers defaulting on their federal student loans didn’t increase this year, the number of consumers who remain in default hasn’t really change either, creating a stand-still of sorts.  A new report from the Department of Education found that for the third consecutive year, there was a drop in the percentage of borrowers […]
  • Walmart Worker Accused Of Setting Multiple Fires Inside The Same Store
    Things got a bit heated at a Walmart in Massachusetts recently, after a employee allegedly set three fires inside the store. Police responded to the store around 5:25 p.m. on Tuesday after a report of a fire in the store’s jewelry section, reports. When they arrived they found it wasn’t just the one fire […]
  • Lawmakers Who Received Money From Wells Fargo Now Want Answers From Bank’s CEO
    Imagine you’re a politician who received tens of thousands of dollars in recent years from a bank, and hundreds of thousands from a banking industry that wants to do away with new consumer protections. Then that bank is caught opening up millions of fake accounts without authorization. If you’re one of these bank-backed legislators, this […]
  • Moving Walkways Were Around Long Before Airports Started Using Them To Move People
    While moving walkways have become ubiquitous at airports around the country — along with the rage that comes from getting stuck behind the person who chooses to stand still and block everyone else from walking on them — conveyor belts that shuttled people around were invented long before air travel became the norm. USA Today […]

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  • Sony Bravia Balloons and Glitter
    Sony has launched a new advertising campaign which showcases the incredible picture quality of its new range of Sony BRAVIA 4K HDR TVs. Shot in 4K, the Sony Bravia Balloons ad brings to life a forgotten, derelict casino in Constanta, Romania, using 4000 balloons and over 1500 KG of glitter in the visually enchanting setting. […]
  • Tecate Beer Wall paid for by Mexico
    Tecate, the Mexican beer brand, is running Tecate Beer Wall, an advertising campaign spinning off Donald Trump’s promise to build a wall between Mexico and the USA. The Wall, a commercial filmed just outside the border town of Tecate, begins with establishing shots which give the impression of a towering structure running in either direction […]
  • Audi Duel – Presidential Debate
    Audi USA has provided a dramatic take on the lead up to the 2016 US Presidential elections with “Duel”, a commercial released to coincide with the first Presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. A very physical fight between two hotel valets rolls out in reverse, before revealing the nature of their rivalry, the […]
  • Spikes Asia 2016 – Grand Prix awards
    Samsung Thailand won three Grand Prix awards, for design, healthcare, innovation. DB New Zealand’s Brewtroleum won three Grand Prix awards for Direct, Outdoor, Promo and Activation. Burger King’s McWhopper campaign won two Grand Prix awards for Direct, Print and Publishing. Western Sydney University’s Deng Thiat Adut commercial won two Grand Prix awards for Film and […]
  • Samsung Touchable Ink
    Samsung and Thailand Association of the Blind have worked with a chemistry professor at Thammasat University to develop Touchable Ink, a project in which laser printers are able to print braille-embossed documents. The Touchable Ink, still in its early days, involves a chemical process to adding embossing powder to the laser printing ink. Users just […]
  • Western Sydney University Unlimited Graduates
    Western Sydney University’s commercial featuring graduate Deng Thiak Adut, has won the Film Grand Prix and Music Grand Prix at the Spikes Asia Awards held in Singapore. From a child soldier in the Sudanese Civil war to becoming a leading member of the Sudanese community and refugee lawyer in the suburbs of Western Sydney, Deng […]
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon Lifeline
    Qualcomm’s short film, Lifeline, has won the Entertainment Grand Prix at the Spikes Asia 2016 awards held in Singapore. The 30 minute Qualcomm Snapdragon Lifeline film is a product demo disguised as a psychological thriller. Kai, a young Chinese man who is the heir to a pharmaceutical fortune, wakes up in Shanghai one morning to […]
  • Vaseline Wonder Jelly through history
    Vaseline is promoting the addition of Vaseline Petroleum Jelly to all Vaseline lotions with a look back through Vaseline’s past. In 1870 Robert Cheesbrough travelled around the state of New York on a horse and cart to demonstrate the healing power of his newly invented Vaseline Wonder Jelly. He even went as far as burning […]
  • Savant Moving Relief from Pain
    Savant, a pharmaceutical company in Argentina, launched an advertising campaign connecting the painful end of romance with the quick pain relief provided by Fabogesic. “Moving”, a commercial featuring a teenage couple agonising over the girl moving away with his parents, has won Gold at the 2016 Clio Awards. “Couple” features a woman who just can’t […]
  • Robin Wood Disappearing Animals
    Robin Wood is a nationwide nonviolent action group in Germany focusing on environmental activism around climate, energy, forests, mobility. The Robin Wood Disappearing Animals advertising campaign, featuring three disappearing animals, a deer, capuchin monkey and polar bear affected by habitat destruction, has won Gold for illustration at the 2016 Clio Awards. A polar bear’s back […]

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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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  • Pilgrim’s Choice – Choose a choon
    Pilgrims Choice invites the public to ‘Choose a Choon’ for its TV adRelated posts:Jim Beam- Bold ChoicesAnd The Winner Is…Focelda
  • Miley Cyrus In One Minute, In One Take
    From Disney tween star to twerking deviant, the career of Ms Cyrus has been one that divides people into being obsessive fans, the parents of those obsessive fans, haters, and people who don’t really care that much. Oh yeah, and the media, who care intensively. It’s a career that’s very much to be continued. But […]
  • #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
    Related posts:BNI-VH1 U2 Ticket 2 RidePope My Ride – Paddy PowerPink My Ride
  • eBay Christmas 2014: ‘The Joy of Giving’
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