's MAM Stories Archives - 2004
MAM Stories in the month of September
* Sony launches 'Jassi' games on mobile
* Milton introduces new range of imported glassware
* Stage set for seminar on Indian online industry
(30 September 2004)
* Manhattan woos the elite with customer events
* Beckham dribbles it with Scooby Doo in Adidas ad
* Chateau Indage bags IWSC awards
(29 September 2004)
* Fosters signs on Ausssie cricketer Shane Warne
* Star goes the CSR way with heart care & SMS
* Nerolac unveils 'Rangeen Bhavishya' Diwali offer
* Hutchinson launches TV-on-mobile service
* Alliance bags Apella Watches, Flex Ind accounts
* Bharti Teletech introduces new cordless telephones
* BBC World attributes quiz show success to promos
* Perfetti introduces new sugar free chewing gum
* BBC promotes its Arabic FM service in Baghdad
* Budweiser to be beer sponsor for Beijing Olympics
* DVD library chain Cinema Paradiso enters Bangalore
* Kelloggs readies new interactive contest for kids
(28 September 2004)
* Benetton boosts online presence
* Silk-n-Shine's new TVC launched
* MIPCOM 2004 focusses on mobile content market
* JK Tyre announces 5th national karting c'ship
* HCWML to launch mobile b'band service via Motorola
* Leo Burnett takes a 'Miss Understood' look at ad
* China TV ad market grows 20 per cent
* AAAA's to increase diversity in US ad industry
(27 September 2004)
* Ind brands taking on int food/bvg majors: Ficci
* Allied Domecq takes golf championship to Capital
* MTV launches 'MTV/Philips Whatever Things Cont.'
* B4U ties up with Madame Tussauds
* Coburn reiterates INS' findings on imp. of print advt.
* DNA, Nokia, Headlines Today get jiggy with Shaggy
(25 September 2004)
* Cha Bar looks to reintroduce tea as a trendy bev.
* 'Bride and Prejudice' time for Nakshatra, Samsung
* Omega replaces Swatch as timekeeper of Olympics
(24 September 2004)
* Times' Pradeep Guha takes over as INS president
* Reliance AMC MF banks on media sector growth
* targets youth with new home page
* BBC launches campaign to promote online news
(23 September 2004)
* DBS starts Delhi op'ns with Kapoor as biz director
* Rasna launches new drink on Rotary's rath yatra
* Dabur Foods launches Nature’s Best
* Leo Burnett US' work recognised with exhibit
* Maori TV triumphs at Promax & BDA ANZ 2004
* Madison PR on an account winning spree
* US Internet ad revenues show an upward trend
* 'Less is more' for [V]'s 'Super Singer' promo
* Alcatel adds new dimension to mobile phone
(22 September 2004)
* TNS launches corporate reputation manager in India
* ESS rolls out 'Closeup Dream Job - Harsha Ki Khoj'
* Max readies Big B film fest backed by ad campaign
(21 September 2004)
* Star Plus Vs cricket; glorious certainty, the other a glorious uncertainty
* 'FT', Sony Ericsson unveil mobile news service
* Yash Raj Films' music takes over MTV again
* Star News kicks off election awareness campaign
* Sadanandan appointed Timex VP marketing
* Headlines Today rolls out media campaign
* Vyas Giannetti bags Discovery's new channel ad a/c
* Metamorphosis takes on global design majors
(20 September 2004)
* Pogo Launches 'Dekho Roz Jeeto Roz' contest
* 'MTV Hero Honda Roadies 2' reach Amritsar
* BBC World tops among biz chls in Europe: Survey
* Unique bidder to win 'Kahin To Hoga' auction
* Sports mkt firm Total Sports Asia launched in India
* Sports Marketing Surveys opens office in Singapore
* CNN, Time, Fortune contest get excellent response
* Madison forays into in-film advt, film marketing
(17 September 2004)
* Lux ropes in four celebs for new commercial
* Mudra taps Malekar, Medhekar as vice presidents
* Zoom billboards get across 'eye-popping' message
* Colvyn Harris to be Mike Khanna's successor
(16 September 2004)
* Oprah giveaway sets product placement benchmark
* Discovery going mobile to promote fare
(15 September 2004)
* Oprah gives away cars to mark her new season
* Louis Vuitton to open its second store in India
* Tata Indicom ads with cricketers to be removed
* ASCI elects Goutam Rakshit as new chairman
(14 September 2004)
* Could Mediacom come into Group M fold?
* Bank of Rajasthan ropes Hema Malini as brand amb.
* Delhi HC maintains stay on Colgate ads
* Cartoon Network 'Toon games 04' witness 6000 fans
* Columbia Tristar to dub 'Resident Evil' sequel
* AAAI executive commmitte 2004-2005 in place
* Publicis forms media management board
* Motorola launches integrated NFL ad campaign in US
* American Airlines' launches new brand positioning
(13 September 2004)
* Niche magazine taps into 'Outdoor' media space
(11 September 2004)
* NuTech to make DVDs of live music performances
* Carbon opens first exclusive store in Bangalore
* UK viewers against junk food ads on children's TV
* Out of Home advertising - The next big thing
(10 September 2004)
* Star Plus launches Watch 'n' Win contest
* Beehive's Ad'Wiz to help Sahara manage TV ads
* Reliance Infocom, Indian Rlys tie up for mobile bkgs
* Tissot introduces new range of sports watches
* King Khan to endorse LML
(9 September 2004)
* Saatchi & Saatchi, Carat bag ad & media buying a/c of Chateau Ind.
* Nokia's smartphone for professionals
* Kellogs' mobile contest to promote chocos
* Bharti Teletech wins top telecom manu. award
(8 September 2004)
* BSNL sets goal for faster growth; new tariffs
* Ozone Ayurvedics appoints Carat as its AoR
* Tourist arrivals in Hong Kong touch 1.9 million in July
(7 September 2004)
* Media professionals see Zee win in positive light
* TME appointed Star India's media AoR
* Procam signs up Mandira for newspaper column
* Insight associate VP Jairaj Padmanabhan quits
* Tata Indicom launches pre-paid service
(6 September 2004)
* DS Mittle bag the selling of exposure slots on Zoom
(4 September 2004)
* Mumbai kids emerge 'Toss Ka Boss' for Champions Trophy
* Mountain Dew rolls out contest for 2nd Dew Mobile
(3 September 2004)
* Visa in expansion mode, sets up Mumbai wing
* Hitachi, Toshiba and Matsushita to form JV
* LG Care inaugurates its 60 mn corp off in Chennai
(2 September 2004)
* ICC looks at less intrusive cricket viewing
* Mandira in Max limelight in 'Extraaa Innings' ads
* TNS to run its standard Eurobarometer for EC
* Mediaturf adds 12 accounts over the last quarter
* Wright is Lowe Worldwide CEO & president
(1 September 2004)


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