A new campaign for Planters aims directly for men with a new “NUT-rition Mix,” and ties in “Men’s Health” magazine in the process: From the press release: ”This is our first time working with a snack brand, and the product had to meet the high standards our readers know to expect from us,” said Ronan […]
According to Toronto Star, researchers parsed 793 songs on Billboard Magazine’s top 100 lists from 2005-2007 and found that 21.3 per cent of them referred explicitly to alcohol and of those, 24.3 per cent referred to alcohol by brand. The brands mentioned most often were Patrón Téquila, Grey Goose Vodka, Hennessy Cognac and Cristal Champagne. […]
Subaru has presence in a new reality series on Sundance Channel, which doesn’t take traditional advertising. The series, which debuted last night, is called “Ludo Bites America” and stars Ludo and Krissy Lefebvre. Sundance said that “Ludo” dovetails with an adventurous Subaru brand as the eponymous chef leaves behind the traditional restaurant business and gambles […]
“POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold” is Morgan Spurlock’s new movie. Despite the clunky title, it’s likely going to be another winner at the box office, which is why Sony Pictures snapped up the distribution rights at Sundance. The “Super Size Me” director convinced 15 companies to pay $1.5 million to fund his […]
WONGDOODY is launching a series of ads for ESPN to promote College GameDay. The campaign includes a total of 11 new spots that will roll out between now and December 4. The spots will air on the ESPN networks.
The Toyota Highlander will be starring in a new show from TBS this summer. According to Multichannel News, Turner Entertainment and Toyota are working together to produce upcoming original series Are We There Yet? ACE Media Corp. and Burrell Communications Group put the deal together. Toyota is the exclusive auto sponsor of the series, which […]
According to Christina Warren at Mashable, in the original HBO television series, Sex and the City, “Carrie’s Mac was practically its own character.” But no longer. Now, as the franchise’s second feature film fills the big screen, Ms. Bradshaw and her friends are the Windows platform, thanks to a product placement deal with HP.