ESPN and advertising agency W+K from New York have released this great spot recently. The video is so cool, we watched it twice! It is all about the winning and revenge, if the victory had not been achieved in the first place.
ESPN and advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy from New York have released this very hot video recently. The spot covers the most favorite sport topic of the year – the upcoming World Cup.
ESPN and advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy from New York have released another hilarious video spot recently. The spot features a 2013 U.S. Open champion Rafael Nadal. The attractive athlete hangs out at ESPN office and flirts with the ladies. A couple of miserable office workers – John Anderson and Bram Weinstein – are so jealous and question, what might be the athlete's secret of attractiveness. Is is a tan?
ESPN and advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy from New York have released a funny video spot lately. The ad features Calvin "Megatron" Johnson from Detroit Lions. Since ESPN is the news provider for the NFL fans, Calvin is also found in the corridors of the ESPN offices. He is chatting to someone, but is reluctant to talk to some other guy. Therefore, Calvin hides himself by turning into a beverage machine.
ESPN and advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy New York have released this hilarious video ad from their latest campaign. The spot features CC Sabathia – the Yankee pitcher – and Steve Levy from ESPN. They are talking about stylish uniform of Yankee's. And just when they were discussing CC Sabathia's striped outfit and how stylish it was, ESPN's sportscaster Scott Van Pelt walked in. In a ridiculous outfit.
ESPN and advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy New York have released this hilarious video ad recently. The spot is the last part for a “This is Sportscenter” campaign. The funny commercial features NY Rangers goalkeeper Henrik Lundqvist and ESPN staff. The company has hired a new chef from the Muppet family. Apparently, only Henrik can talk to him.
The commercial features two fans of Manchester United and Manchester City. These are the old rivals. They are being asked, what their life would be like, if they would have to be the fans for the other team. Of course, that is unimaginable. Although the creatives compare their lives, that look alike.
The video features Anthony Davis from New Orleans Hornets and commentator Mike Breen. They are driving in the RV along with the team's talisman Hugo the Hornet. Unfortunately for Hugo, a bug splatters on the window. See how Anthony and Mike are dealing with the situation.
The video features one of the recent ESPN faces – Brad Keselowski – one of the best NASCAR racers. Video is voiced by the known guy who sounds so serious when he names what Brad is not afraid of. All he is afraid is to lose the race.
The video features men and reflects their passion for sports. They would go far to prove their love for a favorite team. So they risk their honor and bet for some seriously ridiculous stuff. To run the street with a diapers? To shave off eyebrows? To eat a sandwich with a rival's chest hair? It is only a few examples.
The commercial features husband watching ESPN on his laptop while his wife is painting and the TV is also on. She asks why is he watching ESPN on his laptop. “Because you are watching your painting show”, he responses. She asks whether he chooses TV over the art. Then he looks through her ridiculous paintings. “Art”, he responses and puts on the headphones.
The sports news provider ESPN and W+K New York continues 'It's Not Crazy, It's Sports,' with another hilarious video. Just a simple guy with a big name.
ESPN has launched new commercial for Major League Baseball (MBL) Opening Day. Opening Day is just one and a half week away and ESPN try to remind us that baseball means more than what’s happening on the field, the sport is practically a way of life.