On Wednesday 22 February at the Soho Hotel, London we heard from industry experts about the processes involved in getting on TV and from other advertisers who have recently taken their own brands on to TV. Our speaker line-up includes Fred Pego, Head of Brand Propositions from Avios; Ross Farquhar, Brand Leader from 101 Agency; Justin Tindall, Executive Creative Director from Leo Burnett; Chris Goldson, Strategic Engagement Director from ITV; Danny Peace, Agency Lead from Channel 4; Clare Belsten, Associate Director from Carat and Michael Haydon, Training Manager from Clearcast.
The event addressed key questions such as: Why advertise on TV? How do I know it will be effective? What benefits can I expect and when? How can I get the best creative solutions? What media planning approaches can I employ to meet my objectives? And can I still achieve success if I only have a small budget?
If you weren’t able to come along or access our live webcast, you can catch up with all the action by watching the event on-demand, right here.
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Getting Creative with Justin Tindall
In this filmed session from our New to TV 2012 event, Justin Tindall, Executive Creative Director at Leo Burnett sets out some of the creative principals brands should adhere to when advertising on TV. For Justin, TV’s creative canvas is the closest thing to life that we have and is the thing that can conjure up the emotions of life better than anything else. This makes TV an extraordinarily powerful thing and creatively, a very exciting medium. Packed with great examples that have influenced him over the years, Justin’s talk on creative magic is a great watch, and one that will definitely leave you inspired.