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Toshibas passion for cricket unlocked by Dentsu Marcom

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MUMBAI: Dentsu Marcom has brought out a new campaign for Toshiba - India?s latest Cricket Series LED televisions.

The aim of the campaign which will be on TV, retail and digital is to showcase the television in a distinctive and never-before manner. For a consumer who is evolved and understands technology, in a category where picture quality and design are hygiene and a market where competitors peg bets on superior technology features to stay current, the challenge in front of the agency was to stay away from the twin clutter of  television set ads and cricket/sports ads.

?If you?ve ever sat in front of the TV when Chris Gayle hammers one of his sixes but have no idea where the ball went, because the TV couldn't capture it; if you?ve ever looked at the brown blotch on the screen on which Ravi Shastri was pacing and giving out his pundit-like pitch report and wondered what he was able to see there; if you?ve ever wondered at why the ground looks greener when you?re in the stadium versus on the TV; if you?ve ever wondered why your eyes and ears and your cricket-crazed senses never seem to have the richest cricket-enjoying experience on any TV until now, the all-new Cricket Series LED televisions from Toshiba was made just for you. So you can Enjoy. Every. Bit. As a cricket Fanatic myself, I could relate easily to the frustrations of the Fanatic that must have been the inspiration for Toshiba to develop this TV. And so when we set out to create the communication for it, we saw it more as a reverent offering to the Cricket Fanatic than as a mere ad,? said Dentsu India Group EVP and national planning head Narayan Devanathan.

All the clich?s about cricket being a religion in India notwithstanding, one thing is clear when an experience promises to be so rich, you will want to miss nothing. Hence the proposition: Enjoy. Every. Bit.

 ?We?ve seen so much cricket advertising in this country. We?ve also seen so much of TV advertising on TV. The idea was to do something unique that stands out off the clutter and makes Toshiba Cricket TV the best way to consume cricket. The insight was that when you want to enjoy something, you want to enjoy every bit of it. So with the Toshiba Cricket TV, a cricket fan can now enjoy every gasp and every gulp of the game,? said Dentsu Marcom NCD Titus Uppturu.

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