Nu har du tre val. Vi hoppas att du väljer ett eller alla av följande alternativ:
1. Kom ner till Clarion Sign Hotel och hälsa på någon gång under de 24 timmarna.
2. Följ du livesändningen på nätet.
3. Följ konversationen kring eventet genom att bevaka #24live. Vi kommer göra vårt bästa för att svara på frågor och kommentarer.
Oavsett vilket val du gör tänkte vi ge dig några hållpunkter som kanske gör din planering enklare.
24 Hours Live 6:e – 7:e Maj / hållpunkter:
12:00-13:00 – Genialitet eller galenskap?
Introduktion till 24 hours. Vad är det här egentligen? Ett inledande [click to continue…]
We are born. Even before we’re born our life is being shaped day by day. Every day, every hour and every second life passes by.
Sometimes tons of things happens at once and suddenly we notice a shape, we call these shapes memories. But most of the time life is made up by small things that never form shapes. The truth however is that these small things is what life is all about. The more of em’ you notice, the more you’ll notice life. And the more you notice life, the more you’ll enjoy it!
This all came to me when I looked at this video below found over at Mario Vellandi’s Melodies in Marketing, which by the way is a great blog on Ethical communication.
Thanks Mario, but above all, thanks Everynone for putting images to life!
This post is probably most stupid post one can write since CEO’s and board members seems to have decided to stay behind with the dinosaurs while the rest of us look for new ground where we can thrive and prosper. Basically on average they read three local newspapers of their own choice, Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine and watch a couple of TV channels. They haven’t got a clue about blogs, feed readers and social networks. But I’ll give it a go anyway.
Dear CEO and board member. In most cases you’re probably +40 years old. You have a wife, two kids and live in a house that cost above average. Two cars in the garage and a [click to continue…]
The Japanese group Sour was about to create a new music video for their latest song ‘Hibi no Neiro’. What to do?
Get some fans together from around the world, put them in front of a web-cam and let them co-create the video for you. Once you’re done – put it on YouTube and another 7 days later you have quarter of a million people lovin’ your music.
Updated: Jonathan Sulo linked to this post and in his comments I found another great example of crowdsourcing. Erik Torsner suggested we should feast our eyes on the Eternalmoonwalk, a tribute to the late Michael Jackson. I of course went over there and submitted a video myself. Another great example, not as controlled as the Sour video but still a great idea.
För lite mer än en månad sedan bloggade jag om BerghsLive. Idag tog jag Screenflow och filmade av mitt lilla ‘uppträdande’ hos studenterna som också varit med och satt Berghs på kartan i samband med att Berghs School of Communication blev vald till världens främsta reklamskola i Cannes den här veckan.
I have a Samsung TV at home. I’ve been thinking of selling it. After seeing this viral that I picked up over at AdAge that’s not possible.
While we’re at it.
Yesterday I spent the morning at an MSN Innovate seminar arranged by Microsoft Advertising in Sweden. There I had the pleasure of listening to Naoki Ito, awarded creative director from GT Tokyo. A great presentation where he talked more about cultural differences and what made creative people creative rather than showing to many cases. However, one of the things he did show us was this TVC, a part of a concept called Love Distance.
Beautiful and probably one of the better ideas I’ve seen in a long time!
This morning I found this video of a 15 year old girl who’s petty pissed about the fact that YouTube and Warner Brothers deleted a much appreciated video of her singing the 1934 song Winter Wonderland. This is EXACTLY what brands should NOT do. Warner Brothers – you are idiots!
I personally had a video stripped of all sound a couple of weeks ago. In that video I did a report on Mackmyra Whisky. There’s a section in the video where I’m in my car. In the background you could hear radio playing a song…so YouTube and who ever own that right deleted all the sound to that video. How stupid can people be.
YouTube are made up by the masses uploading spoofs, home made movies, comedy shows etc etc. And lots of it has some sort of music in it…where will this end?
Freakcasting, a trend that was very common in Swedish advertising a couple of years back is something I personally dislike. Having people in a TVC just based on the fact that you think people will laugh at their real personality is the closest thing to bullying there is. We have a responsibility to be more intelligent than that.
But when these guys, the original employees and not any hired freak, perform a old school rap song I’m sold. It feels so honest and real so I can’t resist thinking this place is the shit!
Found it on Changethought, one of my new favorites when looking for visual inspiration.
Pepsi are on top of their game. With the help of R/GA they’ve created a campaign site welcoming Barack Obama to his presidency. They’ve tied the entire campaign site message to their tag line – Refreshing Everything. The idea is very smart – piggy back mr President with your own brand message. On the site [...]
Earlier this morning I got an mail from Eva Hamilton, CEO of the Swedish Television letting me know that the SVT Play Beta was live. Obviously this must have been produced by some PR agency that decided my blog was a relevant target when spreading the news. But hey, aren’t we all suckers for spreading [...]
There’s a lot of talk about viral marketing through video. But given that you have produced something worth seeing, how do you actually get it on the run? Well, it’s not necessarily that easy and the biggest single mistake brands do is they believe a good little piece will take off by it self. Is that the [...]
As I was reading my stats in my Mint account a site that I hadn’t seen before. Viralvideochart.com stood out. Its a sniffy little thing where you can keep track of the virality of online videos. The cool thing is that these guys measure virality, not videos shown. So the faster something is being spread, [...]
This blog is written by Johan Ronnestam. He's widely regarded as one of Sweden’s leading speakers and authorities in the field of modern creative and conceptual thinking and skill of innovating brands and their communication. The readers of Microsoft Indikat has named Johan Swedens most influential authority within digital communication
This blog is written by Johan Ronnestam. He's widely regarded as one of Sweden’s leading speakers and authorities in the field of modern creative and conceptual thinking and skill of innovating brands and their communication. In 2010 the readers of Microsoft Indikat named Johan Swedens most influential authority within digital communication