Sky and DDB promote rooms with a view

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  • September 21, 2011
  • StopPress Team
Sky and DDB promote rooms with a view

Youtube VideoThings are looking pretty rosy for Sky at the moment. Huge demand saw it briefly run out of MySky HD recorders in the lead-up the RWC and, judging by recent revenue and subscription figures, one could argue that it's actually the national broadcaster. But, as this typically entertaining new ad from DDB and Curious Films shows, the company's not content with its lot just yet and is adding to its product offering with 'Guest Select', which gives its hotel and motel customers the opportunity to put a decoder in every room. 


Agency: DDB New Zealand

Director: Miki Magasiva
Executive Creative Director: Toby Talbot
Creative Directors: Mark Lorrigan, Jordan Sky
Creatives: Pete Thompson, Tim Yates, Ashwin Gopal
Film Co Producer: Andy Mauger
Executive Agency Producer: Judy Thompson
Agency Producer: Tania Jeram
Production Co: Curious

Managing Partner: Scott Wallace

Account Director: Danielle Richards
Account Manager: Brad Armstrong

Planner: David McIndoe
Client Team: Mike Watson, Grant McKenzie, Chris Shaw

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