Hosted by comedian Wil Anderson, Gruen Planet looks at the dark arts of spin, branding, advertising and image control. Important topics in this episode include the reasons behind why advertisers will either discontinue or continue to sponsor celebrities who fall from moral grace. As well, we look at the issues surrounding the introduction in Australia of TV ads promoting the Islam faith.
Wil Anderson, Todd Sampson and Russel Howcroft are joined by Dee Madigan and Matt Eastwood to deconstruct and decode the week in advertising. Phone companies are big business and it's fiercely competitive with an annual turnover of over 35 billion dollars. How do you sell telcos?
Wil Anderson and regular guests Todd Sampson (Leo Burnett) and Russel Howcroft (George Patterson Y&R) are joined by Bridget Taylor (DDB Auckland) and Dan Gregory (Smart Inc). In How Do You Sell? tonight it's road safety ads. Cricket legend Don Bradman did one of the first road safety ads. How far have they come?
The Gruen Transfer is a fast, funny show about advertising that will make you look differently at the constructed world around you. It's not an expose. It's not a satire. It's about truth in advertising. Finally. In this episode the panel look at selling feminine hygiene, and two advertising agencies pitch for the return of child labour.
Vice Magazine founder Shane Smith and Eddy Moretti explore film in places never seen before. Each episode comes from different countries with the film giving insight into the wider social and cultural backdrop of the country.
As a man approaching the end of his life, Manolis hates what the slap is doing to his family. His wife is full of vitriol, Hector and Aisha are being torn apart by their split loyalties, and Aisha, furious with Harry, will have nothing to do with the family. When Manolis notices Hector still harbouring resentment towards Harry after the court case, he tries to reach out to him, but Hector rejects his efforts. Hector, as always, is consumed with his own problems. He's getting anonymous text messages calling him a rapist.
Each week, host Wil Anderson is joined by guests of the best and brightest minds of the advertising industry, insiders prepared to share the ideas and insights that drive them. Tonight, Wil, Todd and Russel are joined by Dee Madigan (CumminsNitro) and Bram Williams (Saatchi Saatchi) to talk about 4WD advertising and the controversial online campaign for anti sex trafficking, featuring Emma Thompson.
Lifts the bonnet on the carefully constructed and manufactured messages that surround us all. This episode looks at selling red meat and two advertising agencies pitch for an end to shape discrimination.
The Gruen Transfer is a fast, funny show about advertising that will make you look differently at the constructed world around you. It's not an expose. It's not a satire. It's about truth in advertising. Finally. This episode looks at selling chocolate, and two agencies pitch to make the Australian Democrats electable.
The Chaser team's take on the media and events of the week.
Hosted by comedian Wil Anderson, Gruen Planet looks at the dark arts of spin, branding, advertising and image control. Important topics in this episode include the ways in which mining companies use local community and green power to attempt to convince a sceptical public of their caring nature. As well, we look at the recent phenomenon of 'pleb-ebrity', a word that doesn't exist in the dictionary.
A show that offers a distinctive peek inside the creative minds of Hollywood's best directors. A personal and insightful look into the lives, influences, and original style of today's top film directors. A fascinating profile that explores each directors unique process for creating some of the most memorable and enduring movies of our times.
Each week, host Wil Anderson is joined by guests of the best and brightest minds of the advertising industry, insiders prepared to share the ideas and insights that drive them. This episode looks at selling banks, and two advertising agencies pitch for making celibacy sexy.
We used to know what advertising was. It was that stuff in the margins, in the ad breaks. But in recent years, it has begun colonising every space it can. US ad wizard Mark Fenske, the guy behind the Nike campaigns, calls advertising "maybe the most powerful art form on Earth". And the Earth ain't the end of it. Not so long ago, Pizza Hut stamped its logo on a rocket to the moon. Earlier this year, Doritos announced it would beam its ads into space.
Loving couple Natalie and Ross find their lives turned upside down when Natalie suffers an aneurysm that will prevent them from having sex for an entire year. Coping with spirited children, a tight family budget and job insecurity are common challenges for your typical parent, but for Natalie and Ross, things are about to get a little more complicated.
For the first time during an Election, each week Wil Anderson, Todd Sampson, Russell Howcroft and guest panelists - political insiders and commentators - will examine the art and science of political persuasion. What works, what doesn't. We'll run a Gruen comb through this election, as well as previous Australian and overseas campaigns.
Rosie receives notification of the court date. Finally Harry will be punished for what he did. But her relief is short lived when she realises she is alone in her crusade. Aisha won't attend the trial as it puts her in a difficult position with her family and Anouk won't testify as she's staying out of it. Even Hector wants nothing to do with it, and is only going because he's been summonsed.
Examining the best and worst of advertising, acknowledging the art and science involved, The Gruen Transfer brings some of the pointiest and most creative minds in the ad industry together to discuss the power of persuasion. This episode looks at selling yourself, and two agencies pitch for Pimp My Cane Toad.
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