Ads@6: 12 — 18 October

  • Ads @ 6
  • October 25, 2010
  • StopPress Team
Ads@6: 12 — 18 October

Given the stellar performance of the yellow orb known as 'Old Brighty' over the long weekend, you probably didn't receive your regular dose of television advertisements. So here's a whole heap of them to welcome you back. This time round the love-hate relationship with Tower's Brian and Lisa continues; TelstraClear launches its big TV push to celebrate 20 years of Kiwi service; the next ad in the RaboPlus 'It Pays To Focus' series continues the good form; and, despite threats to pull its advertising from TVNZ following the Paul Henry furore, Countdown instead releases a massive new soap opera and forks over a whole heap of cash to block out ONE's ad break.

Tuesday 12 October


Youtube Video

  1. Flooring Xtra

  2. Nivea

  3. Lotto

  4. Landmark Homes

  5. Slingshot

  6. Rheem

  7. Freeview

  8. Discount Tyres

  9. Flight Centre


  1. iPad

  2. Pizza Hut

  3. Lotto

  4. Slingshot

  5. Kinder Surprise

Wednesday 13 October


Youtube Video

  1. Cabots

  2. AA Road Trips

  3. Farmers

  4. Honda

  5. Stonewood Homes

  6. House of Travel

  7. Subway


Youtube Video

  1. Colgate

  2. Farmers

  3. Family Violence

  4. Streets Magnum

  5. Harvey Norman

  6. Gin Wigmore Tour Edition

  7. Carpet One

  8. Axxis Steel for Framing

Thursday 14 October


Youtube Video

  1. Harvey Norman

  2. Subway

  3. ANZ

  4. Karapiro 2010

  5. iPad

  6. Rheem

  7. Peugeot

  8. House of Travel


Youtube Video

  1. Get Thru - Civil Defence

  2. Telecom

  3. Bunnings

  4. State

  5. Sky

  6. Morning Fresh

  7. Harvey Norman

Friday 15 October


Youtube Video

  1. Mondo Travel

  2. Dick Smith

  3. Mitre 10

  4. Loreal

  5. George Foreman Grill

  6. Landmark Homes

  7. TSB

  8. New World

  9. Rheem

  10. Noel Leeming

  11. Canteen Appeal


Youtube Video

  1. Harvey Norman

  2. Nutella

  3. Telecom

  4. Dick Smith

  5. Lotto

  6. Hanmer Springs

  7. Godfreys

  8. Colour Steel

Saturday 16 October


Youtube Video

  1. Anchor

  2. BigSave

  3. Bunnings

  4. Honda

  5. Garnier

  6. Dick Smith

  7. Genesis


Youtube Video

  1. Harvey Norman

  2. Mazda

  3. TelstraClear

  4. Guthrie Bowron

  5. McCafe

  6. Slingshot

  7. Mitre 10

  8. Cuddly

Sunday 17 October


Youtube Video

  1. Tower

  2. Noel Leeming

  3. Vogels

  4. Inner Health Plus

  5. Nivea

  6. Panadol Extra

  7. Tower

  8. RaboPlus

  9. Smartbox

  10. Plant Barn

  11. Storage King

  12. Westwave Fitness Centre


Youtube Video

  1. Lynx

  2. Arnott's Sensations

  3. Ambipur

  4. Vodafone

  5. Sealy

  6. EECA

Monday 18 October


Youtube Video

  1. Countdown

  2. Shop Smarter Countdown


Youtube Video

  1. Guthrie Bowron

  2. Tower

  3. Coke Zero

  4. Griffins Bites

  5. Tower

  6. TicTac

  7. Mitsubishi

  8. Canon

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Kiwi entrepreneur looks to shake up the recruitment market with video CVs

  • Tech
  • September 27, 2016
  • Erin McKenzie
Kiwi entrepreneur looks to shake up the recruitment market with video CVs

Earlier this month, a young Auckland professional made headlines for using Facebook to try and land his dream job. Edward McKnight used ads on the social media site to target ASB staff as a way of applying for the role of youth and innovation sponsorship manager at the bank. And while McKnight has yet to be offered a job at ASB, it’s a sign that the traditional recruitment process of sending in a CV and crossing your fingers may be in for a shake-up. Hoping to do just that is the new recruitment platform PreviewMe. Set to have its beta version go live early next month, the website hopes to reduce the pain points of both candidates and employers by introducing video to the recruitment process.

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