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Koodo "Friday I'm in love" (2015) 2:55 (Canada)

Koodo "Friday I'm in love" (2015) 2:55 (Canada)

For the holidays, mobile phone company Koodo spread the cheer in Toronto's Distillery Market with the help of some singers of Toronto's Choir! Choir! Choir! .

 

Beeline - Racoon Thief outsmarted by 'Oyster' - (2015) :45 (Russia)

Beeline - Racoon Thief outsmarted by 'Oyster' -  (2015) :45 (Russia)

From BBDO Moscow comes this ad for Beeline wherein a crafty racoon tries to steal some stuff but can't get the Oyster out the cat flap. For some bizarre reason I feel like I've seen this ad before, I might be having a very strong case of deja vu.

 

Relish - Hidden Costs - (2015) 1:30 (UK)

Relish - Hidden Costs - (2015) 1:30 (UK)

Relish, "London’s new wireless broadband service", wants you to know how ridiculous hidden costs can be.

 

U.S. Cellular "The Future of Good: Lia" (2015) 4.29 (USA)

U.S. Cellular "The Future of Good: Lia" (2015) 4.29 (USA)

A small town in Wisconsin called Manitowoc that is known for a lot of things including making cranes and ice machines and being the hometown of a 12-year old girl named Lia who has a group called the Hopeful Hearts Club that provides birthday parties and special events for t

 

U.S. Cellular "The Future of Good Bundles of Hope" (2015) 2:41 (USA)

U.S. Cellular "The Future of Good Bundles of Hope" (2015) 2:41 (USA)

A group of amazing kids in Missouri believe foster kids need love. Some much love, they are part of the non-profit Bundles of Hope, which gives foster kids backpacks full of practical items like socks and blankets as well as a toy. U.S.

 

Bring education home with Comcast's Internet Essentials

Comcast's Internet Essentials makes it easy for low-income houses to have access to broadband internet with their 9.95 a month plan. They even provide access to a $150 computer. This campaign touts the educational benefit of having home internet for kids. Nice illustration, too. The astronomy one is my favorite.

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Comcast "Code" (2015) :30 (USA)

Comcast "Code" (2015) :30 (USA)

This spot features resident IT wunderkind who explains password encryption in one take. Why? Because she has Comcast's Internet Essentials, which provides broadband internet as well as access to a low low-cost computer for low-income families.

 

Comcast "Languages" (2015) :30 (USA)

Comcast "Languages" (2015) :30 (USA)

With Internet Essentials--broadband internet for low income houses--kids can learn a lot. Like a lot. The program itself offers broadband for 9.95 a month and access to a $149 dollar computer, too.

 

U.S. Cellular "The Future Of Good: Katie Prior" (2015) 3:21 (USA)

U.S. Cellular "The Future Of Good: Katie Prior" (2015) 3:21 (USA)

Here's some inspiring branded content from U.S. Cellular. This holiday season they have launched a campaign called The Future Of Good which acknowledges and rewards kids like Katie Price.

 

Santa Got Hacked 1 Santa falls victim to the Bah-Hum Bug (2015) USA

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