Tag Archives: tv campaign

360eight produces classic ad for Yellow Pages

We discussed the other day whether or not ads were ‘wot they used to be’ in terms of quality; few people would argue that the style these days is the same as the tightly-constructed small narratives of yore. But this ...

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Touchdown for DirecTV’s rapping quarterbacks

Maybe American sports stars are better at multi-tasking but you can imagine the disaster this brief might have turned out to be in lots of other places. It features the footballing Manning family (two current NFL quarterbacks Eli and Peyton ...

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TBWA Paris finds some ooh la la for McDonald’s

McDonald’s is still struggling to position itself in a global market that now offers fast food of every description, not just mass-produced burgers. This despite consistently producing advertising (in Europe anyway) that does just about everything right. Here’s a neat, ...

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ITV enlists the Bard to plug soaps – and it works!

Hate TV soaps, just can’t watch them. Think they force our perception of the ‘lower’ classes into a corner and we just carry on in the UK being a class-ridden, low opportunity option for most people. But ITV does rather ...

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VCCP’s 02 ‘Be More Dog’ campaign purrs into life

London agency VCCP’s campaign for O2 Refresh (an offer which makes it easier to change your phone as the bloody things morph into something else) is shaping up nicely. We were a bit baffled by the first one showing a ...

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