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Octopus Adoption & Volcanic Eruptions in New Charter Spectrum Spots

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Saatchi New York teams up with Exit Films' Ben Saunders for new campaign

Octopus Adoption & Volcanic Eruptions in New Charter Spectrum Spots

Saatchi & Saatchi New York & Exit Films' Ben Saunders have launched their new series of spots for Charter Spectrum, focusing on the speed & power of the network. You can view the other spots here and here.

The first of the spots sees a couple sitting comfortably about to feast on their tacos, before being inspired to try cooking something a little different: Octopus. However, watching someone cook a live animal is very different from doing it yourself, and the couple has a change of heart, adopting the lucky cephalapod.




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Client

Advertiser: Charter Spectrum

Production Company

Director: Ben Saunders

DOP: Ryley Brown

Executive Producer: Katrina Latour

Producer: Warren Keuning

Production Company: Exit Films

Music

Producer: James Wells

Sound Design: HUMAN

Offline

Edit Company: No6

Editor: Jason Macdonald

Executive Producer: Deborah Sullivan

Creative Agency

Creative Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi New York

Chief Creative Officer: Jay Benjamin

Copywriter: Ross Wolinsky

Executive Creative Director: Justin Ebert, Anthony DeCarolis

Executive Producer: Diane Burton,

Head of TV / Production: Tanya LeSieur

Associate Creative Director: Mark Potoka

Categories: Mobile Network, Consumer Electronics

Saatchi & Saatchi London, Mon, 18 Aug 2014 12:44:48 GMT