It’s been a busy week for new TV ads breaking, with Nikon, moneysupermarket.com, Rustlers and Co-Op all launching new national TV campaigns this week. Add to this an online video ad from Guinness, a Walkers ad getting banned by the ASA and a whole host of video reports and it has been an eventful week on thedrum.co.uk for moving pictures.
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Nikon is to promote its COOLPIX compact camera through a new advertising campaign, which will run across Europe and South Africa.
HHCL co-founder and chairman of this year's Roses Advertising Awards judging panel Steve Henry steered a mammoth two-day judging session in Glasgow earlier this week.
The Scottish events industry gathered in Glasgow on Thursday for the annual events conference and exhibition The Main Event 2011.
HHCL co-founder Steve Henry, whose agency is perhaps best know for creating the 'You Know When You've Been Tangoed' advertising campaign, was joined by a raft of senior London-based creative directors last night in Glasgow for a MiNetwork business briefing event.
The Scottish Information Commissioner’s annual report website launched on Wednesday, complete with animated infographic.
The campaign from Walkers crisps offering consumers the chance to win £10 if they could correctly guess where in the country it would rain has been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
An online advertising campaign launched by Guinness in advance of St Patrick’s Day features two ads will prepare men for the occasion.
To promote its Hot Subs range, Rustlers, owned by Kepak Convenience Foods, has launched a new TV campaign.
Price comparison website moneysupermarket.com revealed its latest TV ad on Monday, a play on Starsky & Hutch featuring David Soul.
A new TV campaign for The Co-operative Group launched on Monday, calling for consumers to ‘join the revolution’ as the company aims to create a more sustainable future for the UK.