Emmy Nominees For Outstanding Campaign For 2015 Announced

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Feb. 1, 2015) Ð In the world of automotive advertising, Super Bowl Sunday is the one day of the year where pretty much anything goes. Nissan exemplified that strategy in its return to the Super Bowl ad ranks for the first time since 1997, scoring big today with a dramatic 90-second commercial titled ÒWith Dad.Ó The commercial combined a touching storyline with the debut of future Nissan race and production vehicles.

The US’s National Academy of Televisions Arts and Science – the Emmys to you and me – has announced the nominations for best ad for 2015.

A lot of the campaigns have been well publicized already – such as the now very famous ‘Like a Girl’ from Leo Burnett getting a guernsey – and all are US produced campaigns.

The Emmys will be held on September 12th in the Microsft Threater in Los Angeles.

The nominations for best ad include:

Always: “Like a Girl”
Leo Burnett
Director: Lauren Greenfield, Chelsea Pictures

Adobe “Dream On”
Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, S.F.
Directors: Brady Baltezore, Mike Landry


Gatorade “Made in NY”
TBWA/Chiat/Day L.A.
Director: Henry Alex-Rubin, Smuggler

Snickers: “Brady Bunch”
BBDO, New York
Director: Jim Jenkins, O Positive


Budweiser “Lost Dog”
Director: Jake Scott, RSA Films


Nissan “With Dad”
TBWA/Chiat/Day L.A.
Director: Lance Acord, Park Pictures

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