• CBBC 'crack a joke' website

    CBBC 'crack a joke' website

  • CBBC 'crack a joke' website

    CBBC 'crack a joke' website

  • CBBC 'crack a joke' website

    CBBC 'crack a joke' website

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The brief was to make CBBC the number-one jokes site for children.

The game is targeting six- to 12-year-olds, who can watch, read and listen to jokes and award prizes for how funny they are.

The work was part of the BBC’s @North initiative to engage regional agencies.

The copy was written by the BBC children’s department and the art ?director was Gary Glozier.

This article was first published on Campaign Work

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