Clio 2005 Special on NDTV Profit's 'All About Ads'

MUMBAI: NDTV Profit's popular weekly show "All About Ads" will be devoting two upcoming episodes to the 2005 Clio Awards, the globe's most recognized international advertising awards competition.

In an exclusive two-part series, the programme showcases the best of creativity on display at Clio 2005, which was held in Miami from 21-24 May.

In the first part of the series airing this week, viewers will be taken through the winning campaigns by Mark Tutssel, deputy chief creative officer - Leo Burnett Worldwide and Head of the TV Jury at Clio 2005.

The highlight of the show is an exclusive interview with John Hegarty, chairman and worldwide creative director of Bartle Bogle Hegarty, who was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award. He is the man behind the Levi and Audi campaign and will talk about BBH's plans in India and what makes good advertising.

In the second part of the series airing next week, Tham Khai Meng, regional executive creative director / co chairman O&M Asia Pacific, who headed the Print Jury, will discuss the award winning print campaigns.

The latest innovations in advertising seen at Clio 2005 will also be covered in the series.

Episode 1: Friday, 3 June at 10:30 pm and 5 June at 9:30 pm

Episode 2: Friday, 10 June at 10:30 pm and 12 June at 9:30 pm

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