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HBO - TV Advertisement - United States (1997)

Detached houses in countryside, then city pavilions, then city, then metropolis, buildings. At each view of the dwellings, Windows lights turn on and off. Voices of people living in houses exclaim: "Yeaaah... Ooooh! ". Cut on technicians with HBO suits. Make connections cable TV. One of them, sadistic, has fun plugging, unplug, reconnect... cable TV. Typo, VoiceOver Category : Television Agency : BBDO

General electric - GE - TV Advertisement - United States (2009)

A little girl introduces us to the "intelligent Network" of General Electric. Plan on appliances, outlets, electrical installations... Typo: Plug into the smart grid. Category : Energy and environment Agency : Goodby, Silverstein & Partners

Greenpeace - TV Advertisement - Germany (2008)

Epica 2008-Ctvs 12-00941 Close-up on a pigeon that arises on a high-voltage line/cable; Joined by a second pigeon, then another... soon three lines find themselves completely littered with volatiles that lift the wings as if to make a Ola. Www.greenpeace-energy.de Category : Major causes Agency : Heye & Partners

General electric - GE - TV Advertisement - Japan (1991)

Scenes of daily life and typical of Japan and Tokyo made possible by the action of GE. (Train, sport, dance, school, Business...) Category : Energy and environment

RTL - TV Advertisement - France (2011)

Animation. Spot representing the speech of a voice off that explains the following mechanism: The French strike, they elect a new president who makes reforms, they are unhappy with the reforms, strike, make babies because they are locked in their home, the birth rate increases, Schools are full, back from lice, they make a lot of washing machines, electricity rises, they are unhappy, strike and elect a new president. Category : Radio

ESPN - TV Advertisement - United States (2002)

Lance ArmstrongMan works on his computer in the office. Voltage drop and power outage. Mec comes down to local high-voltage: inside Lance Armstrong pedal to produce current. He just took a little break. Typo-Hang.Also on 7929 and 15488 Category : Publications and Media Agency : Wieden + Kennedy