Breaking Ads Colombia: Colsubsidio, BlackBerry and Cerveza Poker Ligera ::: Premium Content :::

Portada and Media Economics Group present today a new selection of Breaking Ads Colombia. We analize below the campaigns from Supermercados Colsubsidio, Cerveza Poker Ligera and BlackBerry.

The campaigns were tracked through ColombiaWebMonitor™ between 18th of April and today.

Supermercados Colsubsidio

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Advertiser: Colsubsidio

Campaign: "El Minuto Que Soñaste!" Concurso

Language: Spanish

Description: Online Facebook game.  Players with highest score during the duration of the contest (Thorugh May 3rd) will win prixes including mountain bikes, etc.

Sites: CanalRCN.com (Colombia), LaMega.com.co, RCNRadio.com

Server: e-Planning.net

BlackBerry "Z10"

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Advertiser: Research In Motion Limited (RIM) dba Blackberry

Campaign: "Z10"

Language: Spanish

Description: Blackberry Z10 cmapaign in Colombia.  Ads highlight  messaging and camera features

Sites: ESPNDeportes.com (from Colombia), Terra.com.co.

Server: mdn.net (Double-Click)

 

Cerveza Poker Ligera

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Advertiser: Bavaria, S.A.

Campaign: "Amigos Poker Facebook App"

Language: Spanish

Description: Facebook app/game for Cerveza Poker Ligera.  Choose a commercial and decide whether your friend is "Un Juicioso", "Un Trasnochador", etc..  Upload your friend's picture into the commercial.

Site: LaNacion.com.co

Server:mdn.net (Double-Click)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: Media Economics Group, ColombiaWebMonitor™. For more information please call: 1 (704) 841-2030.


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