ITV advertising, marketing campaigns and videos

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Sky Q "Harris and the robots" by Sky Creative Agency

Sky Q "Harris and the robots" by Sky Creative Agency

Subscription service Sky Q connects with its customers in the first of a five-part series.

Amazon Alexa "Ironing" & "Opera" by Droga5 London

Amazon Alexa "Ironing" & "Opera" by Droga5 London

Droga5 for Amazon

The epic and the ordinary collide in Amazon Alexa's global campaign aimed at people who are new to voice technology.

Greenpeace "There's a monster in my kitchen" by Mother

Greenpeace "There's a monster in my kitchen" by Mother

Greenpeace's sequel to 2018's "Rang-tan" tells the story of a displaced jaguar whose trials highlight the global consequences of industrial

Photobox "Invites, not presents" by The Brooklyn Brothers

Photobox "Invites, not presents" by The Brooklyn Brothers

Photobox gets into the Christmas spirit with a spot encouraging people to create printed gifts.

Glenfiddich "Where next?" by Space

Glenfiddich "Where next?" by Space

Glenfiddich brings its mountain-dwelling mascot to the big city.

Clipper Teas "Generation tea" by Pablo

Clipper Teas "Generation tea" by Pablo

Clipper Teas caters for eco-savvy tea drinkers in an animated spot.

Bloom & Wild "Care wildly" by Other

Bloom & Wild "Care wildly" by Other

Online florist Bloom & Wild gets sincere in its first campaign by Other.

NatWest "Extraordinary" by Pablo

NatWest "Extraordinary" by Pablo

Pablo for NatWest

NatWest has launched a campaign supporting SMEs as the British economy faces another recession.

KitKat "Have a break, have a KitKat" by Wunderman Thompson

KitKat "Have a break, have a KitKat" by Wunderman Thompson

KitKat celebrates its 85th birthday with a campaign encouraging the public to riff off its long-running slogan.

Fussy "Refillable deodorant" by Eddie Fisher and Matt Kennedy

Fussy "Refillable deodorant" by Eddie Fisher and Matt Kennedy

Creatives Eddie Fisher and Matt Kennedy have developed their own refillable deodorant brand called Fussy in a bid to help