TVC of the Week: 31 July

  • TVC
  • July 31, 2012
  • Ben Fahy
TVC of the Week: 31 July

Who's it for: Sorted by GSL Network, DoubleFish, 8com and Yukfoo

Why we like it: Reducing New Zealand's appetite for debt is a tough ask, but upping the financial literacy should help and the financially astute mouse has invested in some new technology to rightfully ridicule those with a penchant for things like Ab Pounders or 'sxydad' personalised plates. Who's it for: RadioLive by Satin & Lace

Why we like it: Following on from its last multi-screen ad, the fly on the wall approach works well to show what it takes to run a radio station in the modern era, both in terms of people on the ground and integration of technology.

Who's it for: ASB by Saatchi & Saatchi and Thick as Thieves

Why we like it: It's hard to imagine any of the other big banks getting away with something like this. And while Facebook in real life isn't a new idea—and while this seems to have been quite polarising—it does a good job of promoting ASB's new Facebook payment system in a rather unexpected way. Who's it for: TV3 by MediaWorks in-house

Why we like it: Javelin cam, Shihad track and Mike McRoberts, who, as the MC for the flag bearer announcement in London, 'newsbombed' TVNZ. 

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Year in Review: Kyle Morris, Stuff

  • Year in Review
  • January 17, 2019
  • Kyle Morris
Year in Review: Kyle Morris, Stuff

Every year, StopPress asks players in the local industry for their reflections on the marketing year that was. Here's what Kyle Morris, head of creative and design at Stuff, has to say.

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