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This controversial quote was said live on LBC (radio) last week by a woman who prefixed it with, ”I’m Jewish so I can say this.” But that’s not what’s really controversial…
PepsiCo’s Mountain Dew drink got a lot of criticism for producing what some regarded as the most racist ad of all time. Now they are not only offending black people but Jews too.
At last night’s awards there was some great TV, cinema, online, outdoor and filmic work done by British agencies and production companies. A brilliant reminder that quality still exists in an age of reduced budgets and more cautious marketers, even if it comes at a price.
In the Christmas ad war, as British retailers slug it out against German retailers Aldi and Lidl, has Sainsbury’s scored an own goal?
The new Sainsbury’s TV Xmas ad has split the nation. Beautifully shot, it’s a film not an ad. Some love it others think it’s exploiting the Great War just so out ego John Lewis. It’s had lots of complaints including people boycotting the supermarket. Is it a masterpiece or an own goal?
It’s probably one of the worse ads of all time, even Rebecca Black’s Friday song is more enjoyable to watch, but it’s not VIP’s first ad to be nominated for Turkey of the Year…
ABF’s retail brand Primark has announced a massive growth in sales and profits, expansion into America and better ethical policies. Is the bad guy of retail becoming the good guy?