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New York Times
"Josh Haner"
65s
28 June 2017
USA Local Newspapers

Another thought-provoking spot for the New York Times sees photojournalist Josh Haner discuss his work documenting the effect climate change has on polar bears. The story is told over rapidly-flashing still images - a polar bear picking over the remains of a hunted whale and being chased away by a patrol as it moves further inland for scarce food. Powerful stuff.

Thatchers
"Hot Air Balloon"

Miles said:

Clearcast comment to put random hot air ballon driver in balloon at all times for H&S reasons? kinda cant stop looking at him trying to not


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New York Times
"Josh Haner"
65s
28 Jun 2017
Another thought-provoking spot for the New York Times sees photojournalist Josh Haner discuss his work documenting the effect climate change has on polar bears. The story is told over rapidly-flashing still images - a polar bear picking over the remains of a hunted whale and being chased away by a patrol as it moves further inland for scarce food. Powerful stuff.

New York Times
"Mark Mazzetti"
30s
24 May 2017
Another thought-provoking spot for the New York Times focuses on governmental secrecy - and the role journalism has in providing vital, accurate information to the public. The stark visuals of increasingly redacted documents hammer home the message, delivered by journalist Mark Mazzetti's voiceover. A timely topic given recent world events - no fake news to be found here.

New York Times
"Lesbos"
60s
24 Apr 2017
One of two hard-hitting ads for the New York Times directed by Darren Aronofsky. Photojournalist Tyler Hicks relates his time covering the migrant crisis in vivid detail, both verbally and visually. Despite the desperate circumstances, Hicks sees cause for optimism - and the advertised newspaper promises to bring readers every side of the story.

New York Times
"Bartella"
60s
24 Apr 2017
As media outlets contend with the onslaught of fake news, the New York Times assert their authority with a Darren Aronofsky-shot campaign. This 60” commercial charts one day in Bartella, Iraq, as told by photographer Brian Denton. Denton’s testimony fills in the gaps as this grave slideshow captures a military convoy's treacherous journey.

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