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Rebrand Roundup: Netflix cannabis, eHarmony, YouTube and other stories

Carrot - Netflix Streaming giant Netflix has partnered with creative agency Carrot and a California cannabis dispensary, to produce weed themed around several of its TV series. The marijuana, which was produced in limited-edition packaging and went...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Netflix get Abstract for the Art of Design series

Netflix has announced the launch of a new documentary series that takes an in-depth look inside the beating heart of the design industry, in much the same manner as their previous, critically acclaimed series, “Chef's Table,” looked at the world...

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Brand Case Studies: Is Within VR the new Netflix?

It was a few short years ago that Chris Milk and Aaron Koblin founded Vrse, their premier platform for Virtual Reality content creation which enables the technologies needed to create the most innovative and immersive forms of human storytelling. At...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Stinkdigital create The Flixtape mixtape maker for Netflix

A mixtape was a classic device used by well-meaning but ultimately lazy music fans who wanted to express their own individuality through songs written by other people. The idea was simple, but it was popular for a reason, as it allowed even those...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Rebrand Roundup: From Forever Hope to Netflix

Branch - Forever Hope Foundation The Branch consultancy has worked on the development strategy and brand identity for the charity startup Forever Hope Foundation (FHF), which was set up to partner with other charities and run high-end events for...

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Netflix brighten our browsers with the Kimmifier

As a impatient man in his (VERY early) thirties with a fibre optic broadband connection and an addictive personality, I've fallen head over heels for Netflix and it's seemingly endless stream of quality original shows, to the extent that my Friday...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Netflix world domination plans continue apace

If you've yet to climb aboard the Netflix bandwagon then it's probably for one of three reasons:- You simply don't watch enough TV/Movies to warrant the subscription. You're using a friend or family member's account and don't see the point in...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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David Feldman's Series of Fortunate Events

How do you fight Holocaust denial to deliver the truth to young people? How do you crack a fantastic campaign for Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events? And just how do you keep your mind fresh and open to an endless stream of new...

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Would you disappear for a Diesel jumpsuit?

Clothing brand Diesel is giving away a limited number of original jumpsuits from hit Netflix series Money Heist, while challenging fans to disconnect from social media. In contrast to other brand strategies to try and achieve as much online...

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Creative Stranger Things are happening

Next weekend the world will be turned upside down as the 80s return for Halloween in the style of Stranger Things inspired costumes and activations to celebrate the release of Season 2 on October 27th on Netflix. Topshop has teamed up with Netflix...

Posted by: Heather Deacon
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Introducing the next generation of movie making

Digital Riot Media, claims to be the leading company ready to produce, market and distribute premium feature-length films directly to millennials worldwide. The digitally-focused platform will work with top social media influencers and internet...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Ricky Gervais is back in another Australian anti-ad

Back in March, alternative sitcom don and serial prankster Ricky Gervais starred in a campaign for Australian telecommunications company Optus, in which he introduced Aussies to Netflix (because believe it or not, they only got it this year!). Now...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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The Week in Tech

Nintendo shoot down Android rumours Whilst all of gadget land might well be salivating at the prospect of today's impending WWDC Apple keynote speech (check back tomorrow for my thoughts on that), it is the Californian tech giants primary rival in...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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The Ultimate Home Cinema

Piracy is slowly killing cinema. That isn't an opinion, it's a fact. Torrent sites such as the Pirate Bay have made it so simple to download recent cinematic releases and enjoy them in the comfort of your own home, that even the technologically...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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The Week in Tech

Barclays embrace face-to-face video Barclays recently became the first UK bank to allow customers to use face-to-face video banking via their phones, laptops and tablets. The service will launch on December 8 and will allow premier account members...

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AdWorld Roundup: Accounts

Shop Direct Takes The Cake Shop Direct, the owner of digital retail brands such as Very and Littlewood's, recently named the Cake group as its retained PR agency following a competitive pitch. Lee Publicity will contain to be kept on retainer as...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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What to watch? Why too many platforms are spoling the TV broth.

On 11 December 2008, Project Canvas was announced. A joint venture between the BBC, BT and ITV, it replaced the failed Project Kangaroo, a proposed video-on-demand service which was refused a licence on competition grounds and ended up as the SeeSaw...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Transforming Royal Ascot into a high-stakes Netflix drama | #BehindTheIdea

Drama takes the saddle in another heart-racing campaign for Royal Ascot. The ad, created by Isobel's Tom Dyson and Lance Boreham, takes the form of a 60-second film reminiscent of a Bond-esque movie trailer or a high-stakes Netflix drama. Directed...

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Netflix ask us to brush up on our Cocainenomics

Netflix began life as a simple mail order DVD service, before it progressed into online streaming and then again into the world of original programming. Nobody could have possibly predicted that the services original shows would match, and in many...

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Features

Are you Wired for Sound? If not, then listen up | #PredictionsMonth

If you ask anyone in my family to identify my mum, they’ll refer to the jingle jangle of the mass of gold bracelets on her wrists. That metallic cacophony to me, more than a look or smell, is the truly evocative sound of home, and of love. So...

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A masterclass in storytelling

Our job as storytellers is to be a kind of digital alchemist. Clients come to us with rough ideas and briefs. Then after much studying, prodding and poking we finally craft a beautiful audiovisual experience. Within our motion department, we work...

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The break from ads is over - How to save streaming

Here’s a surprising fact: the CW’s average viewer is 58 years old. If you’ve ever seen any of the network’s content - shows like Arrow or The 100 - you would be forgiven for finding this surprising. Nonetheless, the statistic...

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