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BETC London poaches top account man Crispin Butler from AMV/BBDO

Havas-owned BETC is one of the brighter sparks on the London agency scene (and huge in Paris, of course) and it’s taken a further step up by hiring Crispin Butler (left) from AMV/BBDO as head of account management. AMV/BBDO has ...

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Cesar and AMV pull the doggy heartstrings

AMV/BBDO has a hit on its hands with this ad for Mars-owned Cesar dog food but it’s a bit weird. Old man in Italy or Spain (or maybe Greece, AMV is keen on nice films in collapsing southern European economies ...

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AMV’s new campaign for Total shows Greek upside

AMV/BBDO in the UK has won the Total Greek Yoghurt business and it’s produced a kind of homage to Hovis in this film plugging Total’s heritage – in production since 1926. Greek yoghurt seems to be taking the world by ...

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BT Sport attacks Sky with AMV launch campaign

AMV/BBDO ventures onto Nike creative territory in this launch ad for BT’s new sports operation, mercifully with a touch of humour. BT is also treading all over Sky territory of course with its offer of 38 Premier League matches plus ...

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Is Pedigree’s new ‘dog rescue’ campaign just another example of the UK’s conflicted doggy emotions?

All advertisers like to be on the side of the angels so Mars-owned Pedigree Petfoods is donating a million ‘free’ meals to rescued dogs this year. And here’s the appropriately gritty AMV/BBDO ad to launch the campaign. The campaign also ...

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Now Sainsbury’s and AMV turn to TV food porn

Food porn, dont’cha miss it? Back in the 90s, or thereabouts, Marks & Spencer was famous for its orgasmic food ads and now Sainsbury’s and trusty agency AMV/BBDO appears to be rehearsing the genre in this new campaign. Well it’s ...

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AMV produces podium finish for ExxonMobil

The mighty ExxonMobil is offering a day at the motor races to some lucky petrol head in a competition so AMV/BBDO has been charged with making an ad for it. Groan, groan they all went – the Mobil-sponsored team in ...

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