's MAM Stories Archives - 2004
MAM Stories in the month of December
* Govt. owned K'taka transport corp. in revamp mode
* Disney lines up global promotion to theme parks push
(31 December 2004 )
* Leo Burnett bags Bajaj Wave creative mandate
* Adidas to be official kit supplier of Chennai Open '05
* BSNL launches post paid plan for Karnataka & Kerala
* SSC&B Lintas Delhi undergoes a make-over
* Bajaj Eliminator creative moves to Lowe
* Winner of 'Kid Ka Kamaal' contest bags trip to Malaysia
* Madison Media wins Rs 100 million Jagran Grp AOR
(30 December 2004 )
* Group M's Mahua Chaturvedi joins Lodestar
* Southern retail outlet Viveks plans expansion
* Dubai tourism dept launches contest in Hyderabad
* Pop Asia takes place in January in Mumbai
* Rathi Vinay Jha is Fashion Design Council Of India DG
(29 December 2004 )
* Clinic All Clear Total contest winners announced
* Tanishq nominated for Brand Excellence Award
* Barista rolls out 'Trump Card' promotional campaign
* Warner Bros. launches DVD campaign on 50th b'day
* MSN to webcast Times Square NY's eve celebration
(28 December 2004 )
* Star 'Kismat Jagao' launches third edition
* US mobile ent firm to launch gaming studio in India
(27 December 2004 )
* AAAI to conduct a seminar on TDS for the ad frat
* BBC to conduct a fitness roadshow in the UK
* Rado launches the hardest watch on earth
* Airtel signs deal with MSN India and Mobile 365
* Star Movies offers viewers to 'Live Like Bond'
(24 December 2004 )
* Solae enters Indian market with soya brand
* CII organises cricket tournament to promote sports
* TCS media account goes to Lodestar from TME
* ITC Foods gets into CSR with new campaign
* Ford's Stoddart named Leo Burnett US president
* 'Idol' gala: Sony looks to reach lower SECs
(23 December 2004 )
* Adidas ties up with Premiere Hockey League
* Grey shareholder sues company to halt WPP takeover
* Job site Monster renews deal with Sify
(22 December 2004 )
* Deccan Herald Advertising Seminar probes 'Branding'
* Worldspace-Sony BMG deal for music album series
* Fox launches online game based on '24' with LG
* MTR Foods launches new Badam Drink
* Radio Mirchi conducts job fest
* New car buyers in India seek emotive needs: TNS
(21 December 2004 )
* MPG's Anil George joins Maxus as GM Bangalore
* 'Business Today' crowns HDFC as India's Best Bank
* Samsung to come out with MTV themed mobile phone
* Amazing kids, Hrithik light up Pogo awards
* Nielsen to deliver reports on US video game industry
* Leo Burnett's Mallik to join Level Up! as MD
(20 December 2004 )
* LG India's MD to head LGE South West Asia ops
* After CBS, NBC to pull off SABMiller ads
* MTV Networks appoints Divney as ad sales president
(18 December 2004 )
* Radhakrishna foodland introduces Spar brand in India
* Fun Republic treats children to the 'The Incredibles'
(17 December 2004 )
* Titan steals the limelight at BusinessWorld Awds
* Tennis star Sharapova named Tag Heuer ambassador
* Symbiosis awards IPAN's Desai for excellence in PR
* Clinic All Clear cont. winner to win a date with Shahid
* Bright Adv. forays into film and TV production
* Planet M launches 5th store at Bangalore
(16 December 2004 )
* CII introduces 'Brand Finale' to award best brand
* Australia bags intl award for new campgn in Singapore
* Pogo Amazing Kids Awards to telecast on 24 December
* American Express in alliance with Citibank
* Hanmer & Partners is Bharat Matrimony's PR agency
* Airtel launches Location Access Service in Karnataka
* Sponsors could pay $125 mn for Fifa 2010 World Cup
* Mid-sized agencies attract top mkting professionals
* Leo Burnett study reveals American women's feelings
(15 December 2004 )
* McDonald's bestowed Marketer of the Year by Ad Age
* CII launches Brand Finale - Brand of the Year awards
* Ten Sports, Zimbabwe Cricket ink multi-year deals
* Airtel to provide Hussain's paintings on mobiles
(14 December 2004 )
* NACO partnership project with BBC & DD extended
* Samsung launches DigitAll Hope consumer campaign
* B4U Music to launch picture messaging service in UK
(13 December 2004 )
* Tam's research paper shortlisted for Esomar yet again
* Singapore Fashion Fest. aims to be world's biggest
* MindShare wins big at 'Media Mag' Awards
* O&M; 1st runner up for 'Office of the Year' award
(11 December 2004 )
* Hungama's 'Kids Ka Kamaal' contest gets rolling
* TBS viewers to choose funniest TVCs of the year
(10 December 2004 )
* Napster to enter ringtone market with Dwango
(9 December 2004 )
* Adv. spends in US witness a rise of 10.3 % in 2004
* AP AdFest launches 2 new categories; doubles no. of judges
* ITC to sponsor SA's biggest women's tennis tour
* LG launches a new range of SFF refrigerators
* Group M to strengthen ATG foothold in S.E. Asia
(8 December 2004 )
* Nominees for Pogo Amazing Kids Awards announced
* MTV Immies has music, Bollywood stars in the frame
* De Beers, Hindustan Diamond Co. sign strategic MOU
* Sterling buys Tata’s stake in Barista Coffee Company
(7 December 2004 )
* BBC preferred channel for Middle East businessmen
* JWT wins big at the Ad Club awards 2004, Bangalore
(6 December 2004 )
* Surf Excel ropes in Rhodes to promote campaign
* Omega launches new 'Constellation Quadrella'
* Columbia Tristar promotes film in an 'Incredible' way
* Leo Burnett wins awards galore at AAAI Awards
* SMScountry launches pc2Mobile SMS service at Rs 1.49
(4 December 2004 )
* TISCO, Infosys lead in TNS India study
* JWT rolls out rmg:connect Worldwide
(3 December 2004 )
* BBC claims most favoured among 'evolved' Indians
* Bata launches a new range in the 'Power'category
* Lodestar awarded media duties for Nick
* Dabur Foods forays into packaged soup category
* Kingfisher goes all out at IFFI 2004
* Dominos to spend Rs 20 mn on advertising campaign
* O&M Kolkata launches AIDS awareness campaign
* Madison Media bags Tata AIG Life media AOR
* Sony's Prabal Ganguly to head Star News sales
(2 December 2004 )
* Hutch, Crossword launch literary talent awards
* Yes Bank launches 'Experience Our Expertise' campgn
* Alanis Morissette and Darius to stage at MTV Immies
* Indian chnls bag 10 Golds at Promax Asia 2004
* Ogilvy PR wins at PR Week Asia Pacific Awards
* Narad quits Madison, joins CTG as investment director
* Indian visitors to Hong Kong going up
(1 December 2004 )


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