Winners of 'Ads Worth Spreading' Challenge by TED and YouTube Announced

Beginning in January this year, TED and YouTube began the call for submissions for "Ads Worth Spreading" challenge."In less than a month, nearly 1,000 ads were submitted from around the world, varying in length from 30 seconds to five minutes. The winners were selected by a diverse judging panel made up of 24 artists, business […]

Beginning in January this year, TED and YouTube began the call for submissions for "Ads Worth Spreading" challenge.

"In less than a month, nearly 1,000 ads were submitted from around the world, varying in length from 30 seconds to five minutes. The winners were selected by a diverse judging panel made up of 24 artists, business people and thought leaders. One-third of the entries came from outside of the U.S., across a wide variety of brands and causes," stated Google.

The 10 winning Ads Worth Spreading are:

  • Chrysler: "Born of Fire" (Wieden+Kennedy)
  • The Nike Foundation: "Girl Effect, The Clock is Ticking" (Wieden+Kennedy)
  • Dulux: "Dulux Walls" (Euro RSCG London)
  • Intel: "The Chase" (Venables Bell & Partners)
  • Nokia: "The World" Smallest Stop-Motion Character Animation" (Wieden + Kennedy London)
  • Hornbach and HEIMAT Berlin: "Infinite House" (@radical.media)
  • The Topsy Foundation: "Selinah" (Ogilvy Johannesburg)
  • Batelco: "Infinity" (FP7/DXB, Bahrain)
  • Savory Institute: "Changing Our Future" (Foresight Multimedia)
  • Target: "Kaleidoscopic Fashion Spectacular" (Mother NY and Legs Media)

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