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Posts Tagged ‘Grey’

Post-Grey Mike’s Hard Lemonade Shopping for Agencies

You already knew that Mike’s Hard Lemonade dropped Grey as its agency last year–but this week brings word that the company’s shopping around on a project-by-project basis.

While Mike’s changed its logo and packaging, this 15th anniversary spot by independent Chicago agency Tris3ct leads us to think it’s not looking to tweak the message too hard:

In other strategery news, Mike’s has given up on TV altogether in the interest of facilitating that digital “two-way conversation” with its target audience.

(We’re still not quite sure who the members of that target audience might be.)

The brand has yet to pledge loyalty to any single agency, so its business is up for grabs. Here’s another Tris3ct spot from last summer promoting the “Shandy” fruit beer:

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This Week on the mediabistro.com Job Board: Woods Witt Dealy & Sons, Grey, Modea

This week, Woods Witt Dealy & Sons is looking for a senior digital art director, and Grey is on the hunt for a media supervisor in its San Francisco office. Modea is seeking a senior copywriter, and Heartbeat Ideas is hiring a presentation designer. Get the details on these gigs and more below, and find additional just-posted opportunities on mediabistro.com.

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DIRECTV MRV Will Destroy Your Walls

This DIRECTV spot from Grey NYC aired during the World Series, and I’ve gotta say, I actually dig it. Granted, if commercials were real, I’d totally sue if shit was flying through my walls. However, if this technology worked for my porn channels, I wouldn’t mind if stuff erm, ya, nevermind.

TiVo already uses this technology, but I guess by giving it an acronym like “MRV” (Multi-Room Viewing), the satellite brand thinks that they’re doing something first. Whatever. The commercial’s cool, so I kinda don’t care.