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Y&R NY Taps Richard Sherman for Campbell's - Posted August 18, 2014
Y&R New York taps star Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman to be the 19th NFL player in the long-running "Mama's Boy" campaign for Campbell's Chunky soups. Sherman's mother is featured in the ad as well. The spot continues the "Mama's Boy" tradition of goofiness. In this case, a fan painted all in blue... [AgencySpy]

Y&R NY Celebrates '5 Second Filmmaker' for Dell - Posted August 1, 2014
For the latest in the brand's "Learning Meets Doing," Y&R New York teamed up with ber Content and director Adam Gunser to create a mockumentary celebrating "5 Second Filmmaker" Marty Goldberg. Goldberg is the (fictional) king of the the 5-second film, taking home the "Cinco" award year after year and emp... [AgencySpy]

Y&R New York Taps Historical Figures in Support of H2O - Posted May 16, 2014
Y&R New York has launched a new campaign for Partnership for a Healthier America's Drink Up initiative. The Partnership for a Healthier America, by the way, is the nonprofit, which works with Honorary Chair Michelle Obama, devoted to solving the childhood obesity crisis. The campaign calls on the power... [AgencySpy]

Y&R New York Get Patriotic for Ball Park - Posted April 16, 2014
Where's the ball park? That's one question that comes to mind after viewing Y&R New York's patriotic spot for Ball Park's new premium hot dog, Park's Finest, the latest iteration of the "So American You Can Taste It" campaign. The other being: "Hey guys, are you sure you want to celebrate... [AgencySpy]

Dell, Y&R New York Show Brothers Can Get Along with Proper Technology - Posted January 29, 2014
What would it look like if J.K. Rowling was sleepy and directed a Dell commercial? That's mostly a compliment for "Brothers," a cutesy spot that doesn't draw attention to itself, but could've done so a little more, considering it's going to run during the Olympics. With whimsical storytelling and a few... [AgencySpy]

Y&R, VML Unveil New 'Beginnings' for Dell - Posted December 31, 2013
Tonight, Y&R is launching a new multimedia campaign for Dell called "Beginnings" that "celebrates the reawakening of the entrepreneurial spirit upon which the company was founded." The campaign, created in conjunction with WPP sibling VML along with Dell, will include broadcast, digital, OOH and print work and is the first major... [AgencySpy]

UNCF, Y&R Go Beyond Donations, Asking for 'Investment in the Future' - Posted June 6, 2013
Since 1944, the United Negro College Fund has operated under the banner "A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste." Today, they're updating to the too-long slogan "A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste But a Wonderful Thing to Invest In." Regardless of its verbosity, Y&R New York and the Ad... [AgencySpy]

Dell Ups its Game, Brings a Graphic Novel to Life - Posted February 12, 2013
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So Tell Us Ad Industry, Are You Feeling Cynical or Inspired? - Posted October 4, 2012
Just for shits and giggles during Advertising Week, the folks at Y&R and VML launched a site that gauges the psyches of the ad community on specific days and events during the year. Whether it be Mother's Day, Thanksgiving, the M... [AgencySpy]

Jane Barratt Leaving Y&R, Sebok Stepping In - Posted July 6, 2011
After spending nearly 18 months as president of Y&R New York, Jane Barratt is leaving the agency to "pursue other opportunities." As a result of her departure, Tom Sebok... [TVNewser]

Jane Barratt Leaving Y&R, Sebok Stepping In - Posted July 6, 2011
After spending nearly 18 months as president of Y&R New York, Jane Barratt is leaving the agency to "pursue other opportunities." As a result of her departure, Tom Sebok... [AgencySpy]

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