Heetch "young people support Heetch" (2016) :46 (France)

Heetch "young people support Heetch" (2016) :46 (France)

Heetch is a French ridesharing company like Lyft and Uber and it is about as welcome in France's government as those other companies are in Austin. Soon

 

Kiss FM "Long Live Rock n Roll" (2016) 1:24 (Brazil)

Kiss FM "Long Live Rock n Roll" (2016) 1:24 (Brazil)

Rock's drowned, played Russian roulette and lost, OD'd on all manner of drugs, been stabbed and shot, been in several plane crashes, had all manner of cancers, choked on a cocktail cherry, choked himself to death, etc.

 

Cartoon Network "Power Puff Girls" (2016) 2:00 (UAE)

Cartoon Network "Power Puff Girls" (2016) 2:00 (UAE)

The Powerpuff Girls are back and they made a splash in Townsville Dubai by literally descending upon the place from the skies. In the Middle East they're also going to see some all new episodes. How fun!

 

Chrysler "Neighborhood Watch" (2016) :30 (USA)

Chrysler "Neighborhood Watch" (2016) :30 (USA)

Jim Gaffigan puffs himself up while simultaneously getting caught out by his wife in this silly spot for Chrysler Pacifica. As far as cars go...Dad Brand it ain't. In fact, Dad Brand sounds like an insult.

 

Chrysler "Beat some bleep" (2016) :30 (USA)

Chrysler "Beat some bleep" (2016) :30 (USA)

Jim Gaffigan swears (but it's beeped) in this spot in which he likes to show his kids the meaning and value of competition and kicking the butts of old retired people. So silly.

 

Chrysler "German" (2016) :30 (USA)

Chrysler "German" (2016) :30 (USA)

Funnyman Jim Gaffigan shows them rich people a thing or two while spending some "quality time" with his son in this spot for the all new Chrysler Pacifica. Funny stuff. For once Dad is funny without being the butt of everyone's jokes.

 

Kia Hamster "Soul" (2016) 1:48 (USA)

Kia Hamster "Soul" (2016) 1:48 (USA)

I have no idea why The Kia Hamsters are playing was it widely associated with the brutally dark southern thriller Deliverance, or why the song keeps growing across all genres going from

 

BlueRock Editorial expands: hires editors Jim Helton and J.P. Damboragian

New York-based creative editing company BlueRock is thrilled to announce the additions of accomplished editor Jim Helton and rising star J.P. Damboragian to its award-winning editorial roster.

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