Ads@6: 22 April – 28 April

  • Ads @ 6
  • May 2, 2010
  • StopPress Team
Ads@6: 22 April – 28 April

In this week's Ads@6, we're taking the simplistic, overly repetitive yet highly effective Auckland Glass approach: *smash* StopPress *smash* StopPress. *smash* StopPress. If it's about ads, call StopPress. We've only just recovered from the horror that is the Foreno tapware TVC. The happy wife gauge may be high. But so is the 'wow, that's a really crap ad' gauge. And how 'bout that Sydnicity?

Thursday April 22


Youtube Video

  1. Hot Tub Time Machine in cinemas

  2. Expol

  3. Buccaline

  4. Harlem Gospel choir on tour

  5. Rabo Plus

  6. John Mayer album in stores

  7. Aveeno

  8. ALAC Ease up on the drink

  9. Auckland Glass


Youtube Video

  1. Intersections can be deadly

  2. Kiwibank

  3. Girl with the Dragon Tattoo out now

  4. 2degrees

  5. Airforce

  6. Lighting Plus

  7. Palmolive

Friday April 23


Youtube Video

  1. Lotto

  2. Genesis Energy

  3. Sovereign

  4. Rebel Sport

  5. Dell

  6. L'Oréal Paris

  7. Noel Leeming

  8. Placemakers

  9. Mitsubishi Electric


Youtube Video

  1. Pizza Hut

  2. Fujitsu

  3. AMI Insurance

  4. Harvey Norman

  5. Sky

  6. Expol

  7. Godfreys

  8. Vitro Glaze

Saturday April 24


Youtube Video

  1. Subaru

  2. Noel Leeming

  3. Fisher & Paykel

  4. MTA

  5. Mitre 10

  6. 2degrees

  7. The Ten Tenors

  8. Stonewood Homes

  9. Toshiba


Youtube Video

  1. Sunday Star Times

  2. Southern Cross Travel

  3. Business Mentors

  4. Placemakers

  5. McCain

  6. Harvey Norman

  7. Dolmio

  8. Sovereign

Sunday April 25


Youtube Video

  1. Bay Audiology

  2. Westpac Chopper Appeal

  3. Expol

  4. Lotto

  5. Home By Christmas in cinemas

  6. South Australia


Youtube Video

  1. Rexona

  2. Harvey Norman

  3. The Energy Spot

  4. Burger King

  5. Lotto

  6. Watties

Monday April 26


Youtube Video

  1. Fiji Me

  2. SPCA

  3. Jenny Craig

  4. Flight Centre

  5. Sky

  6. Subway

  7. Econo Heat

  8. Hyundai


Youtube Video

  1. Lynx

  2. Firestone

  3. Sky

  4. Fisher & Paykel

  5. GE Money

  6. Metro Fires

  7. AMI Insurance

  8. Southern Cross Travel Insurance

  9. A1 Homes

Tuesday April 27


Youtube Video

  1. AA Insurance

  2. Tile Warehouse

  3. Home By Christmas in cinemas

  4. Mitre 10

  5. Glade

  6. Specsavers

  7. Lotto


Youtube Video

  1. Mitsubishi

  2. The Warehouse

  3. RWC 2011

  4. Fujitsu

  5. AMI Insurance

  6. McCain

Wednesday April 28


Youtube Video

  1. Southern Cross Travel Insurance

  2. Fujitsu

  3. L'Oréal  Paris

  4. 40 Shades of Green in stores now

  5. Foreno

  6. Sydney

  7. Mitre 10

  8. Peugeot

  9. TSB


Youtube Video

  1. Guthrie Bowron

  2. Kiwi Bank

  3. Harvey Norman

  4. McCain

  5. RWC 2011

  6. The Warehouse

  7. The Lovely Bones in cinemas

  8. Michel Buble album out now

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