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Apple celebrates Christmas with dance

  • PopPress
  • November 24, 2017
  • StopPress Team
Apple celebrates Christmas with dance

There's no jingling of bells or brightly-lit decorations in Apple's romantic new Christmas campaign as it focuses on the idea of sharing a special moment with someone.

Set to Sam Smith's 'Palace', the ad cleverly promotes Apple's iPhone, Apple Music and earbuds as it follows a woman walking through the snowy street listening to music. When Smith's song begins to play, she breaks into a contemporary dance that sees her twirling across the road and in doing so, she bumps into a man. It appears she then shared an earbud with him, so they can dance in the street together, however, come the end of the video, it appears that was all a daydream.

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Newshub takes advantage of 1 News outage

  • PopPress
  • July 13, 2018
  • StopPress Team
Newshub takes advantage of 1 News outage

On Wednesday night, 1 News watchers were left wondering where the news had gone after the broadcast cut out for more than five minutes. While the technical issues were soon resolved, Newshub saw an opportunity to convince 1 News watchers to change the channel.

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