Media / Entertainment Brands advertising, marketing campaigns and videos

A collection of the best Media / Entertainment Brands creative work, such as advertising, marketing campaigns and videos.

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BT Sport "Believe it, see it" by Saatchi & Saatchi

Saatchi & Saatchi for Saatchi & Saatchi London

BT Sport has been testing the true feelings of football fans ahead of the new Premier League season in a

Channel 4 "When the big date becomes the big day" by 4Creative

4Creative for Channel 4

E4 reality show Married at First Sight is back for another series and 4Creative has designed a quick-paced film to

ITV "The break through" by Uncommon Creative Studio

Uncommon Creative Studio for ITV

With half of young people struggling with anxiety, ITV encourages parents to check in with their children.

Queer Britain "The place to be seen" by M&C Saatchi London

To mark the launch of the UK's first LGBTQ+ museum Queer Britain stresses the importance of visibility.

BBC "By order of the Peaky Blinders" by BBC Creative

BBC Creative for BBC

Would you follow a direct order of the Peaky Blinders? Birmingham City FC did.

BBC "Death by chocolate" by BBC Creative

BBC Creative for BBC

Beware if you receive a random box of chocolates in the post - it might be a poisonous gift from

WPO

Channel 4 "Paralympic Winter Games" by 4Creative

Channel 4 Creative Services for Channel 4

Channel 4 gives viewers a first-hand view of what it's like hurtling down a ski slope at nearly 70mph with

BBC "This is Going to Hurt" by BBC Creative

BBC Creative for BBC

Back in 2006, the setting of Adam Kay's memoir "This is Going to Hurt", every junior doctor was beholden to

ITV "Trigger Point" by ITV Creative

ITV Creative for ITV

To mark the launch of new drama series Trigger Point, ITV created a projection of a real-time countdown clock.

International Olympic Committee "We're in it together" by Uncommon Creative Studio

Uncommon Creative Studio for International Olympic Committee

Ahead of the Winter Games in Beijing next month, the International Olympic Committee has launched a campaign created by Uncommon