Indiantelevision.com's Media, Advertising & Marketing Watch archives for the month of September 2003
 
* Mattel, Cartoon Network cement Barbie relationship with new film
(30 September 2003)
* Yum! prez Aylwin Lewis elected to Disney board of directors
(30 September 2003)
* MTV's contest offers incentives for viewers to participate
(29 September 2003)
* Toyota account to move to Dentsu's new India arm from 1 October
(29 September 2003)
* Euro RSCG Worldwide's president, COO is James Heekin
(29 September 2003)
* More 'adult targeted' brands move to Cartoon Network
(29 September 2003)
* Coke plans festive bonanza
(29 September 2003)
* Mediaedge:cia rebrand sponsorship division
(29 September 2003)
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Starcom targets 15 Oct. launch for sports arm
(27 September 2003)

* Essel launches Itz Cash to partner Playwin
(26 September 2003)
* Sachin and Sehwag star in new TVC for Boost
(26 September 2003)
* Sachin, Fardeen & Kareena together in new Pepsi ad
(26 September 2003)
* LG Electronics announces exciting Diwali promotion
(26 September 2003)
* Google clocks up advertiser milestone
(25 September 2003)
* Veena Gidwani is Madison PR's new CEO
(25 September 2003)
* Colgate gets fresher than before
(25 September 2003)
* Percept D'Mark, Ganguly reach out of court settlement
(25 September 2003)
* MTV new compilation featuring best of 80's to hit racks
(25 September 2003)
* Radio Mirchi ad sales head quits
(24 September 2003)
* Lycra MTV Style awards promos at Pantaloons Gurgaon
(24 September 2003)
* Yahoo! India, Shaadi.com launch matrimony channel
(24 September 2003)
* The Media Edge buoyed by increase ad spends by Tata group companies
(24 September 2003)
* Ad agencies to explore new revenue streams at MIPCOM
(24 September 2003)
* Mindspace Communication Consultants completes one year
(24 September 2003)
* Mentos and Center Fresh campaigns reach Italy before Golia Activ Plus
(23 September 2003)
* Titan to spend Rs 90 mn on New World Watch launch in India
(23 September 2003)
* EFY Enterprises to spend Rs 20 million on ad campaign
(23 September 2003)
* UK study urges advertisers to tap ethnic population
(23 September 2003)
* WPP echoes Aegis', Zenith Optimedia's ad growth forecasts
(23 September 2003)
* Mudra to start Tantr, a new production set up
(22 September 2003)
* AMG plans media blitz for Oliver Sean's debut album
(22 September 2003)
* Hero Honda launches Passion Plus
(22 September 2003)
* Electrolux's customer interactive programme
(22 September 2003)
* Sonali Iyer joins SABTNL as V-P north, west India ad sales
(22 September 2003)
* Nokia continues tie up for Emmy Awards
(22 September 2003)
* HKTB ropes in Jackie Chan for global tourism campaign
(22 September 2003)
* DJ Kiran is INMumbai's All India DJ champion
(20 September 2003)
* BBC World to air vignettes on Asia Pacific
(20 September 2003)
* JWT Bangalore gains finalist certification in NYF Midas Award
(19 September 2003)
* Uefa finalises wireless rights deals for Champions League
(19 September 2003)
* Zee Cinema, Indiatimes team up for 'Sholay' promo
(19 September 2003)
* Mediaweek, Mediaweek Online editors laid off
(18 September 2003)
* Films focus on noise pollution, street kids, water conservation
(18 September 2003)
* After scholarships, 'chase your dreams' with [V] and Rai University now
(17 September 2003)
* Star World joins hand with Elle for model hunt
(17 September 2003)
* Nippo Batteries signs up Yuvraj Singh as brand ambassador
(17 September 2003)
* INMumbai announces winners of Parle-G Ganeshotsav '03
(16 September 2003)
* Wipro crosses the 100,000 UPS mark
(16 September 2003)
* Mobile2Win to help StanChart Bank launch ad campaign
(16 September 2003)
* Tata Motors rolls out first CityRover
(16 September 2003)
* Top brand placed in 'Baghban' film courtesy Leo Entertainment
(16 September 2003)
* Essel-owned Fun Republic to host 6th International Film Festival in Mumbai
(16 September 2003)
* No media stars in ET corporate excellence awards for '02-03
(16 September 2003)
* Sunrise Sports India to launch new line of health equipment
(16 September 2003)
* Coca-Cola seeks review of US media planning and buying business
(16 September 2003)
* BBC World's campaign for 'University Challenge' pays off
(15 September 2003)
* Smirnoff relaunches with new logo, ad campaign
(15 September 2003)
* Bharti Cellular to expand operations in north India
(15 September 2003)
* Raymond Apparel plans advertising burst for new collections
(15 September 2003)
* Global ad expenditure slated to rise; Zenith Optimedia
(15 September 2003)
* Tata Steel organises soccer tourney in cricket-crazy land
(15 September 2003)
* Nerolac endeavours to 'touch a child's life with Akanksha
(15 September 2003)
* Nutrine to send sub-junior tennis champs to Australian Open
(15 September 2003)
* BBC Worldwide makes US Library Sales appointment
(15 September 2003)
* New Chinos and Corduroy range for the 'Zodiac man'
(15 September 2003)
* Colgate's new Herbal White promises 'pearl-like teeth'
(15 September 2003)
* LG Electronics launches new display products
(13 September 2003)
* "Humour, effectiveness"- hallmark of award winning Cannes ads
(13 September 2003)
* Outlook releases its new print campaign today
(13 September 2003)
* Western Railways Mumbai nets ad revenues of Rs 80mn
(13 September 2003)
* Niranjan Jayaram appointed head of CRM, Wunderman
(13 September 2003)
* R&P Management communications win IPRA Golden World Awards 2003
(13 September 2003)
* [V] partners with Sony for music promotions
(12 September 2003)
* BSLI's 'How Many' ad campaign reaches Cannes
(12 September 2003)
* BSLI spins up three-pronged ad strategy
(12 September 2003)
* US Olympic Committee hires GSD&M for brand campaign
(12 September 2003)
* Lowe signs up Rs 400 million worth of new business
(12 September 2003)
* Grey, Chennai, bags India Baseball account
(12 September 2003)
* Fifa, Hollywood team up for movie trilogy
(12 September 2003)
* Nokia, Castrol in pact with ESS for interactive on-air promos
(12 September 2003)
* Tarun Kunzru is Adidas' SE Asia ops head
(12 September 2003)
* Ad Club to screen award winning ads from 50th Cannes fest
(11 September 2003)
* Pepsi bags two awards at All India Promo Power 2003
(11 September 2003)
* Spotlight on Indian kids with 'Nick Dekho Prize Jeeto'
(11 September 2003)
* Toyota Kirloskar Motor announces '1 lakh celebration' campaign
(11 September 2003)
* Radio City & Mumbai Police launch unique community service initiative
(11 September 2003)
* Laxmi Diamond penetrates Delhi with Cygnus range
(10 September 2003)
* Promodome bags EFY account
(10 September 2003)
* Reid & Taylor is a superbrand
(10 September 2003)
* Ajay Kakar takes over as country head of Ogilvy PR
(10 September 2003)
* Somany Tiles launches new TVC; to spend Rs 20m for campaign
(10 September 2003)
* Paramount's interactive family ride inspired by Scooby-Doo
(10 September 2003)
* Madison Media's COO (north and south) CVL Srinivas resigns
(10 September 2003)
* Tissot's T-Touch placement in Lara Croft film sequel
(10 September 2003)
* Huge opportunity in weight-management industry: TNS study
(10 September 2003)
* Next Big Toon picks 'final five' from 230,000 entries
(9 September 2003)
* Shah Rukh Khan switches from Omega to TAG Heuer
(9 September 2003)
* Starcom US to use Arbitron's new radio planning and buying software
(9 September 2003)
* INCableNet ties up with MTV, VJ Cyrus Broacha for promoting CAS
(9 September 2003)
* Mangola celebrates Ganesh Chaturti in Mumbai
(9 September 2003)
* Vodafone UK hatches deal with BBC for 'Fawlty Towers'
(8 September 2003)
* AOL, DC Comics launch online daily 'Batman' comic strip
(8 September 2003)
* ICPA, Unicef partner for Indian children
(8 September 2003)
* Need to keep communication channels open in ent sector stressed at ASEAN Summit
(8 September 2003)
* Coca Cola claims to get clean chit from Gujarat government
(6 September 2003)
* TAM to publish research findings on in-house channel promos
(6 September 2003)
* Peta ropes in the Sourav Ganguly's coach Greg Chappell
(6 September 2003)
* Adidas signs up Zaheer Khan and Ashish Nehra
(5 September 2003)
* McDonald's to release global TV ad in India by September end
(5 September 2003)
* Disney auditions in theme park to promote ABC shows
(5 September 2003)
* Publicitas China is CNN's ad sales rep in China
(5 September 2003)
* UEFA, Sharp's alliance for Champions League
(5 September 2003)
* MTV crowns Anil Ambani as the 'Youth Icon of the Year'
(5 September 2003)
* FIA motorsports event to take place in India after 13 years
(4 September 2003)
* Sahara group announces Rs 1180b infrastructure, housing projects
(4 September 2003)
* [V] launches 'Send Your Love To Sting' contest
(4 September 2003)
* Samsonite releases campaign for its leather collection range
(4 September 2003)
* FPFAC to organise film marketing seminars every quarter
(4 September 2003)
* Affinity Media is UAE based Pehla Network's marketing agent
(4 September 2003)
* KFC hits two chickens with one stone
(3 September 2003)
* Good times ahead for TV ad spending in US, says study
(3 September 2003)
* BBC uses mobile phones to teach English in China
(3 September 2003)
* Oral-B's new Junior promotion involves Disney characters
(3 September 2003)
* Beijing launches 2008 Olympic marketing programme
(3 September 2003)
* Mohapatra quits Starcom for Modi
(2 September 2003)
* AICF, SportzPR to hold biggest Asian chess tourney in December
(2 September 2003)
* Saatchi & Saatchi Direct bags fourth place in the International ECHO awards
(2 September 2003)
* Tamara Ingram joins WPP's 'IC' division Kantar
(1 September 2003)
* Olympic skater Kwan endorses Hong Kong promotion
(1 September 2003)
* WPP's MindShare is Reid & Taylor's AOR
(1 September 2003)
* Virtual Marketing revamps Coca Cola website myenjoyzone
(1 September 2003)
See archives for the month of:
* AUGUST 2003
* JULY 2003
* JUNE 2003
* MAY 2003
* APRIL 2003
* MARCH 2003
* FEBRUARY 2003
* JANUARY 2003
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* Archives of Media, Advertising & Marketing Watch for the year 2002
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* Archives of Media, Advertising & Marketing Watch Special Report

 
 

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