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Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
G-Phoria Hits The Screen
With videogames among the most popular forms of entertainment, particularly to the elusive male demographic, it should come as no surprise that there's a TV network devoted to them--called G4, the videogame network. As can be expected, along with a network comes an awards show--G-Phoria, which took...
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
Yahoo! Goes Small For Big Music Service
To introduce its new subscription music service, Yahoo! opted to think small. In a new integrated campaign from agency Soho Square, New York, and OgilvyOne, San Francisco, Mini Pops--pixilated creatures created by artist Craig Robinson--come to life to tout Yahoo! Music Unlimited. The new digital...
Friday, Sep. 9, 2005
Before Fuse
To tout the increasing availability of cable network Fuse, the upstart music channel that actually shows videos, agency Amalgamated, New York, recently broke a trio of spots that presents the channel as a cure to teenage boredom. The three ads--"Above Ground Pool," "Fryer," and "Rabbit"--feature...
Friday, Sep. 9, 2005
Stateside Debut
Creative directors Jan Jacobs and Leo Premutico joined Saatchi & Saatchi, New York, in May, from the London office of the agency. Since pairing up in 2003, Jacobs, an art director, and Premutico, a copywriter, have had much success. They are the creative minds behind "Ventriloquist," a moving...
Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2005
Fruit Flavored Goodness
Two sheep that can speak--and have the voices and faces of teenage boys--team with a kid who has blender hands to tout Smoothie Mix Skittles. A man in a bird's nest is fed Skittles. A sculpture is a work of culinary art, made out of Starburst fruit chews. And a mariachi band drowns in the delicious...
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
Thanks For The Laughs
With their first collaboration, copywriter Tim Gillingham and art director Bobby Appleby of Fallon, Minneapolis, have shown they can create clever comedy for their clients. In fact, the spots in the "Thank You" campaign for client Citi--"Wizard," "Mountain," "Dressing Up," "Runner," "Desk" and "...
Friday, Aug. 19, 2005
Search Party Seeks Out Ad Opportunities
The soundtracks for films that music supervisor Randall Poster creates are as well known and lauded as the features themselves. Poster has collaborated with noted auteur Wes Anderson on all of his films-- Bottle Rocket , Rushmore , The Royal Tenenbaums , The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou and the...
Friday, Aug. 19, 2005
The Art Of Song
Today's television audiences are inundated with messages from a myriad of sources such as 24-hour news channels, reality series, entertainment programs, and talk shows. Because information comes from so many different directions--and viewers are bombarded by ads outside of TV--clients and agencies...
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
"Drink" Impresses Emmy Voters
The spot "Drink Up" features scenes of typical drinking scenarios--complete with a drinking song extolling the virtues of imbibing. There's a pub full of people drinking from bottles, while cheerily breaking out in song, which cuts to a celebration in an Octoberfest beer garden complete with a...
Saturday, Oct. 1, 2005
"Surprise Dinner" Thrills Haines Hall.
Haines Hall, partner/editor at Spot Welders, Venice, Calif., cut Ameriquest Mortgage Company's "Surprise Dinner," one of this year's nominees for the primetime Emmy Award for best commercial. This is the second time a spot cut by Haines has received a nod--in 1999, that distinction was earned by a...

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