Sony Launches Blog to Chronicle Second Bravia Spot Creation

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To kick off its "behind the scenes" follow up to it Bravia Balls ad, Sony has launched a weblog, mostly written by the film crew, that will chronicle the creation of the follow up spot. The spot will be shot in Scotland and involve fireworks and thousands of gallons of paint. Based on an image of a dull, grey building posted on the blog, it would seem Sony has plans to cover the building with color as it did the streets of San Francisco. Stay Tuned.

Written by Steve Hall    Comments (9)     File: Brands, Commercials, Good, Weblogs     Jul-20-06  
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I guess this means that we can all look forward to loads of homages featuring paintball players and graffiti artists. Cool.

Posted by: Kurre on July 20, 2006 10:20 AM

Hey-ho. BRAVIA editor here. Thank you for the lovely mention/attention, but I feel I should correct you on one small point...

The crew will be far too busy to do any actual blogging themselves. We'll do what we can to bring a range of first-hand reports to the public, but it would be a mistake to imagine a crew member lighting fireworks with one hand and typing on his laptop with the other. Health & Safety would never allow it.

:o)

Posted by: Ed on July 20, 2006 11:17 AM

Well, Ed, youo better check with the folks handling the PR for this because that's exactly who they said would be blogging:

"The film crew will be the core contributors on www.BRAVIA-advert.com. Alongside video diaries of the commercial shoot, the team will provide interviews and commentary from the set. Written blog entries will be complemented with images that enthusiasts can download and link to."

And they posted that release on the blog:-)

Posted by: Steve Hall on July 20, 2006 11:29 AM

Fair point, Steve.... that passage is open to interpretation. A lot of people involved in the ad (including crew members) will be contributing via video diaries and reports/accounts... but they'll be aided by a team of web-monkeys.

Think of it this way... if you sent an email to someone and they posted it to your blog on your behalf, would you describe that as blogging or remote blogging or proxy blogging or...

Posted by: Ed on July 20, 2006 11:50 AM

Ed, what kind of time frame are you talking about for release of this ad?

dm

Posted by: dm on July 20, 2006 02:39 PM

Is it gonna be called the Chronicles of Bravia?

Posted by: Bob on July 20, 2006 05:09 PM

Hey Ed. I can't wait to see this thing in action. I had a similar thought just over a year ago
http://n0rty1.yayhooray.com/ (scroll to bottom)

freaky but cool

Posted by: Ray on July 20, 2006 07:25 PM

I'll never grow up,I'll never grow up...When can we start. This sounds like fun!!!

Posted by: Roy on July 21, 2006 08:56 AM

Well, hopefully this will be better than the "first tv for men and women" crap that's all over the place right now. A tagline that makes no fucking sense what so ever.

Posted by: Brent on July 21, 2006 02:41 PM

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