Comedy dominates the "Best"

Garfield, Bob
May 1999
Advertising Age;5/31/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 23, ps2
Trade Publication
This article describes several television advertising campaigns in the U.S. honored by Advertising Age magazine in 1999. It should come as no surprise that the comedy experts performed well in the advertising competition this year. Cliff Freeman & Partners has probably cemented its reputation as the best advertising agency in the country for creating comic selling propositions with its work for Fox Sports and Outpost.com. These are two advertising campaigns that won in the Entertainment & Media and Technology/Communications categories.


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