Adbrands Weekly Update 26th Sep 2013: Crispin Porter & Bogusky captured the global Turkish Airlines account, worth around $100m annually in billings.
Adbrands Weekly Update 29th Aug 2013: Ads of the Week: "The Recital". It may look like a Nokia ad, but actually this new spot from CP&B is promoting the Windows Phone operating system, further blurring the join between Microsoft and its Finnish handset
partner. It's the follow-up to the earlier and similarly chaotic Wedding punch-up, as iPhone and Android devotees fight for the perfect angle. Note, however, that only two people in the whole room have a Nokia Windows Phone, and even then they can't afford more than one...
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15th Aug 2013: Ads of the Week: "Combover". Crispin Porter & Bogusky strike gold with this lovely spot for Jell-O, which will ring true to anyone who has ever worked in an office. And as with previous ads for Mac & Cheese and others, CP&B once again find the perfect child actor to steal the show.
Adbrands Weekly Update 18th Jul 2013:
In a comparatively rare account loss, Crispin Porter & Bogusky was dropped as agency of record by Gap-owned Old Navy. In a statement, the clothing retailer said it would instead divide its spending, estimated at around $200m annually, between a roster of different agencies in future, and would not directly
replace CP&B. The change follows the arrival of Old Navy's new chief marketing officer Ivan Wicksteed earlier this year.
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30th May 2013: Ads of the Week: "Less Talking. More Doing".
Microsoft has been waiting for years for the opportunity to get its own back at
Apple for all those Mac vs PC spots. With the widely admired Windows 8
software (admired for mobile devices at least), it feels it finally has that
chance. Here's a great little ad from CP&B which takes a deserved pot
shot at Siri.
Adbrands Weekly Update 2nd May 2013: Ads of the Week: "The Wedding". Here's a hugely entertaining alternative view of the battle raging between Apple and Samsung. As anyone with either an iPhone or a Galaxy knows full well, their own phone is far superior to the other guy's.
But not everyone sees it that way. Crispin Porter & Bogusky take an objective view on behalf of client Microsoft, whose Windows Phone for Nokia aims to offer a more peaceable solution.