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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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Taylor Swift debuts for Diet Coke and Droga5

Country crossover star Taylor Swift is a Diet Coke fan it seems (the gazillions she earns from them probably help) so newly-appointed US agency Droga5 had to do something with her and here it is. By the standards of some ...

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BETC London’s gals choose the hunk for Diet Coke

BETC London has given us another useful insight into how it makes commercials (it did the same for Samsung) but this time creative director Neil Dawson is on the track of male pulchritude for Diet Coke. Model Andrew Cooper was ...

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Samsung and Diet Coke star at the ad Oscars

The Oscars (they don’t seem to call them Academy Awards any more) commands the second-biggest 30-second rate after the Super Bowl ($1.8m ratecard) so there were some interesting new offerings aired last night (Sunday). Here’s one for Samsung’s tablet Note ...

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BETC London signs head of art Simon Morris

BETC London has appointed Simon Morris (left) to the newly-created position of head of art. In this new role Morris will lead the agency’s art direction, governing the style, look and feel across all clients including Bacardi, Diet Coke, Samsung ...

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BETC unveils Diet Coke’s 30th anniversary hunk

BETC London has duly unveiled its new ‘hunk’ for Diet Coke’s 30th anniversary and it’s model Andrew Cooper as ‘The Gardener,’ no Alan Titchmarsh he. There’s always a chance that these much-lauded campaigns can fail to rise to the challenge ...

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Do you remember this Diet Coke ad with the great Etta James?

Etta James died today aged 73 but, in her day, she was a great singer, helping to bridge the gap between black singers who sounded white like Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughan and the likes of Diana Ross (yes, really), ...

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