Tier10 was named a winner in the 14th Annual Davey Awards, receiving three silver awards for its exceptional video production in the Automotive Commercials category. Awarded for works in their “Life is Better” campaign, the ad series aims to demonstrate how Honda’s vehicles can meet a variety of individual needs while embodying customers’ and businesses’ personal passions and values.
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Today, brands will do just about anything to gain new customers. From spending thousands on unique advertisements to partnering with well-known influencers so that they can spread the word about a product, good, or service, there’s no end to the lengths that companies will go to in order to connect with consumers.
One of the simplest and most foundational methods of connection comes down to content. As traditional marketing becomes less effective, content continues to stand out as one of the most productive methods of connecting with consumers today.
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12:30 a.m. on a weeknight in New York City is surprisingly quiet — and it’s also primetime for filmmakers.
“There’s about three and a half hours that we know there’s less traffic and not as many people out,” said Scott Rodgers, chief creative officer of Tier10. “That’s about as quiet as New York City gets.”
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Tier10 won three 2016 AVA Digital Awards for its outstanding creative in video production. As a first time entrant, Tier10 received two Platinum Awards for “Life Is Better: Honda HR-V” and “Movie Night”, and a Gold Award for “New Kid on the Block” in the commercial category for car dealerships.
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With the release of Hyperlapse from Instagram early this week, advertisers and businesses were quickly coming up with ways to use the platform for promotion. This, obviously, is nothing new as social media continues its growth as an advertising medium.
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As Scott Rodgers, Tier10’s Chief Creative Officer, looked out his hotel room window, he knew that his night of filming in downtown Cleveland would be ruined. The dark clouds rolling over the Main Avenue Bridge would soon bring overnight rains to swell the Cuyahoga River. A film schedule that took weeks of meticulous planning would need to be tightened up on the fly.
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