Today, M+AD is resurrecting the monthly TVC Top 10 chart – a service which died last year with AdMedia.
“If they save just one person from death by 42-inch plasma it’ll all be worthwhile!”
– Seven Sharp’s Mike Hosking taps into the majority opinion on the Advertising Standards Authority’s risible decision to ban the Telecom’s Spotify tvc that shows a guy with large, cartoony hands turfing a TV set – rock-star style – from a hotel balcony.
James Rolleston has put himself in charm’s way so often in his work for Vodafone – but his new SuperNet spot is particularly hair-brained.
All Blacks hardman Brad Thorn lends his gravelly charm to a new brand TVC created for Rebel Sport by Ogilvy, and directed by The Sweet Shop’s Joel Harmsworth.
In our coverage of last week’s TRB Orcas (here), we screened one of the six venomously humorous reviews of each finalist by three ‘Experts’ – Guy Williams ( The Edge drive show), Bryce Casey (The Rock breakfast), and Dave Fane (flava). At press time, the other five were still being post-produced. Now, with great pleasure, we bring you entire collection …
Freeman’s Bay indie Republik has been appointed as the Starship Foundation’s advertising, media and strategic comms agency. The incumbent was Whybin\TBWA.
A modest return for NZ at The One Show in New York City on Friday night, with just one Gold Pencil, one Silver and two Bronzes.
Creative retail agency.99 and direct partner justONE are putting the ‘sweet’ back into ‘home sweet home’, with a new campaign announcing the launch of Genesis Energy’s Door Knocking Switch-Off.
Saatchi & Saatchi has launched a new campaign that aims to talk to Telecom residential customers about the telco’s new, unlimited broadband data plans.
Curious Film and Clemenger Wellington have won three Golds at the annual ANDY Awards in New York.