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RTÉ "TV License: Tomas" (2014) :50 (Ireland)

This radio spot from Ireland encourages you to pay for your radio license and avoid a huge fine. Because "watching TV in your underpants shouldn't be a crime." Hats off to Publicis Dublin for bringing the funny-- and to RTÉ for not being your typical Government stick-in-the-mud client.

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RTÉ "TV License: Susan" (2014) :50 (Ireland)

"First world problem? yes. Costly one? You're damn right." This spot is encouraging young Irish men and women to pay the piper for their TV license, otherwise they're fined a crazy amount of dosh. Nice use of the word "Flamingo" in this one.

Agency – Publicis Dublin
Client: RTÉ
Title: Unfortunate Stories
Creative Director – Ronan Nulty
Copywriter – Luke O’ Reilly
Agency Producer – Rachel Murray
Account Executive – Ian Hollinshead
Account Director – Shona Byrne
Marketing Manager – Anne Faulkner

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RTÉ "TV License: Jarleth" (2014) :50 (Ireland)

*cue sad piano* For just 13 Euro a month you can pay the gov't for your TV license. Because if you don't you'll be fined, or worse, end up like Jarleth here. Funny stuff.

Agency – Publicis Dublin
Client: RTÉ
Title: Unfortunate Stories
Creative Director – Ronan Nulty
Copywriter – Luke O’ Reilly
Agency Producer – Rachel Murray
Account Executive – Ian Hollinshead
Account Director – Shona Byrne
Marketing Manager – Anne Faulkner

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TG4 "An Bronntanas" (2014) :30 (Ireland)

TG4 "An Bronntanas" (2014) :30 (Ireland)

Here's a promo for an upcoming Irish drama called "An Bronntanas," a five part series about a lifeboat crew who find themselves in a fishing village dealing with some serious drama.
Fun little promo. Be sure to stay for the end of it.

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DOE Road Safety "Classroom" (2014) :60 (Ireland)

DOE Road Safety "Classroom" (2014) :60 (Ireland)

This ad for road safety/anti-speeding is only aired after 9pm, because of its shocking conclusion. It starts out as an innocent fly on the wall in a classroom full of lovely little kids, and then follows them out on a class trip.

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To Russia With Love "Anya" (2014) 5:30 (Ireland)

To Russia With Love "Anya" (2014) 5:30 (Ireland)

This animated film tells the story of Anya, a Russian Orphan who grows up to become a mother and give her own kid love because her orphanage was a caring environment in part to the efforts of Irish Charity To Russia With Love.

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Dept of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Ireland "#irelandinspires" (2014) 3:00 (Ireland)

Dept of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Ireland  "#irelandinspires" (2014) 3:00 (Ireland)

Hat tip to @Thesharkawards for this. Today on St Patrick's Day while everyone else is puking up green beer, Ireland is getting things done. It's quite the history lesson and display of economic prowess and cultural pride.

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Oreo takes the Daily Twist to Ireland

Draft FCB has taken its award winning campaign "Daily Twist," to Ireland, specifically Dublin. The campaign builds off the same "turn an Oreo into anything," direction, with locales and events that are extremely specific to Dublin.
No James Joyce version? Y'all need to step up your game.

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Huby Harton does Southern Comfort Irish Style (2013) spoof

Huby Harton does Southern Comfort Irish Style (2013) spoof

Huby Harton does a spoof of the Southern Comfort Beach ad, but on a cold beach in Ireland. Where nipples are hard, mens legs are pale, beach bums sleep in thermo-wear and even that wee dog looks like he's freezing his tail off. Props for the nice touch with the rainbow too. This is all set to the song "Ghost Riders in the Sky", sung by Huby Harton. You can pick up Huby Harton's Irish Country and Western album anywhere and the ladies who did this spoof at Tailored Films.

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Ben and Jerry Street art - Dublin is made of ice-cream

Ben and Jerry's Ireland introduced their new Core flavour Karamel Sutra to Dublin via this installation where a giant spoon dug into Dublin's core to find said ice-cream. To create this, Ben & Jerry teamed up with street art activist Will St Leger and built this punny "good to the core" moment in Dublin’s city centre.

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