Tag Archives: Youtube

Here’s what we think about cable companies

Two million or so people seem to think like this anyway, according to YouTube’s viewer tally of ‘The First Honest Cable Company’ from ExtremelyDecentFilms. from a UK perspective all it needs is a grinning Sir Richard Branson, supposedly the customer’s ...

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Bad Motherfucker goes Great Guns on YouTube

The world is still searching for the secret of viral videos but here’s an idea: try five minutes of (allegedly tongue-in-cheek) gangster violence and call it Bad Motherfucker. YouTube removed it apparently but was then prevailed upon top put it ...

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W+K’s big new idea for 3: (its own) little pony

I was beginning to think that Wieden+Kennedy London had forgotten about phone company 3, its big win of last year before Tesco rumbled through the door. Where were the ads? Well here’s the big new campaign, featuring a little pony. ...

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New Branson-backed documentary on UN drug war breaks the distribution mould with YouTube launch

Independent production company Sundog Pictures is launching its new feature documentary Breaking the Taboo online, replacing the traditional theatrical window with a global launch on YouTube. Breaking the Taboo uncovers the UN-sanctioned war on drugs, charting its origins and its ...

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KesselKramer strikes up the band for Red Stripe

KesselKramer is an agency in Los Angeles, London and Amsterdam whose motto is ‘advertising for people who don’t like advertising.’ Such persons (can there really be any?) may be amused by this shop in East London (England) that turns into ...

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