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Our good friend at Sweet Hockey, Dustin McCracken kicks it up a notch (and in a bold way)by showing off more of his Opposing Bench Taunts!
25 Nov 2008
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McCracken shows us how to taunt those goalies after the big goal!
1 Dec 2008
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McCracken is at it again - this time he has thrown in a few fitness moves!
11 Dec 2008
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McCracken continues on with his "fitness training" moves.
16 Dec 2008
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McCracken has another installment of his Goal Scoring Celebration Training.
31 Dec 2008
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CAMPAIGN FOR MINNESOTA’S NEW SMOKE-FREE LAW IS A BIG WHIFF OF FRESH AIR Creative Work Example-- September 13, 2007, MINNEAPOLIS—To help educate and inform the people of Minnesota about the date of the new Freedom to Breathe Act, the state’s new smoke-free law, ClearWay Minnesota has launched a new advertising campaign. The theme of the campaign is “Fresh Air”, and it focuses on how the smoke-free law brings fresh air into the great indoors, which in this case includes all bars and restaurants. The law goes into affect October 1 and will make all indoor workplaces smoke-free, including bars, restaurants and private clubs. The TV is driven by beautiful visuals and an upbeat jingle entitled “Give it a Whiff.” The spot opens on a bowler throwing what appears to be a strike down a dock that looks like a bowling alley. Subsequent scenes include a would-be restaurant in the forest and a bar scene on the rocky North Shore of Lake Superior, all which work to say the air is as fresh inside as outside. “Minnesotan’s love fresh air,” says Jerry Fury, partner and creative director at Clarity Coverdale Fury. “In fact, many of us drive for hours to northern Minnesota just to enjoy some fresh air.” Fury added, that “The new campaign really celebrates Minnesotan’s love for the outdoors and shows people that with the new smoke-free law the air is fresh indoors as well. “ The multi-media campaign will run through September into mid-November and includes radio, restroom advertising, and a website—www.freshairmn****. ClearWay Minnesota is an independent, non-profit organization that improves the health of Minnesotans by reducing the harm caused by tobacco. ClearWay Minnesota serves Minnesota through its grant-making program, QUITPLAN® Services and statewide outreach activities. It is funded with 3 percent of the state's 1998 tobacco settlement. Clarity Coverdale Fury is a Minneapolis advertising agency specializing in helping brands make an emotional connection with their customers. It offers brand development, advertising, promotions and public relations to its clients. Current brands in the agency’s portfolio include ClearWay Minnesota, Medtronic, International Dairy Queen, Explore Minnesota Tourism and Purina Mills Feed among others. Information on Clarity Coverdale Fury can be found at www.claritycoverdalefury****. Credits: Client: ClearWay Minnesota Agency: Clarity Coverdale Fury Creative Director/Art director: Jac Coverdale Creative Director/Writer: Jerry Fury Brand Development Supervisor: Rich McCracken Producer: Kris Wong Barry Director: Rich Michell/Twist Special Effects: Compositing/Pixal Farm Music: Hest-Kramer Music Editor: Charlie Swartz/Schnitt
4 Feb 2009
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2006-work example Dancing Fan Garners Laughter, Attention Clarity Coverdale Fury creates “fancam” video for QUITPLAN services MINNEAPOLIS — Is it real? That is the question thousands of fans are asking themselves as Clarity Coverdale Fury and the Minnesota Partnership for Action Against Tobacco’s QUITPLANSM services latest media reaches the Jumbotron at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. It’s fun to laugh at the class clown and this spot takes it to the extreme, featuring an average fan hamming it up for the crowd. He realizes he is center-stage on the Jumbotron and lets loose. Unfortunately, his humorous gyrations force his pants to let loose, too. With his hands full of concession-stand food, he needs a little help to protect what is left of his dignity. The brand payoff is when his wife provides a little help, jumps in front of the camera and salvages some pride. Fans are left looking for the unfortunate fan until the final freeze frame with his wife and the QUITPLAN services mantra hits the Jumbotron. “Helping people is what the QUITPLAN brand is all about. We just translated the brand’s message into a form that was appropriate for a sporting event,” says Michael Atkinson, Creative Director at Clarity Coverdale Fury. Quitting smoking is a serious subject, but the lighthearted approach in this environment strikes a cord with the audience. Clarity Coverdale Fury deliberately tailored the content to look as if it transitions from the omnipresent “fancam” segment that is part of virtually every sporting event. “It’s hard to deny the hypnotic attraction of a fancam at a sporting event,” says Jim Landry, Art Director at Clarity Coverdale Fury, “So instead of competing with the fancam, we tried to embrace it.” The Agency media team has secured the Jumbotron media until September 1st. The 30-second spot will run during all remaining Minnesota Twins and Minnesota Vikings games during the contract period. In April of this year, Clarity Coverdale Fury received the O’Toole Award from the American Association of Advertising Agencies (AAAA), recognizing the top creative agencies of the year in part due to the exemplary work created on behalf of MPAAT and QUITPLAN services. Clarity Coverdale Fury is a Minneapolis advertising agency specializing in helping brands make an emotional connection with their customers. It is offers brand development, advertising, promotions and public relations to its clients. Current brands in the agency’s portfolio include the Minnesota Partnership for Action Against Tobacco, Medtronic, International Dairy Queen, Purina Mills Feed and Fireside Hearth and Home among others. Information on Clarity Coverdale Fury can be found at www.claritycoverdalefury****. Credits Client: QUITPLANSM Services Agency: Clarity Coverdale Fury Executive Creative Director: Jac Coverdale Creative Director/Copywriter: Michael Atkinson Art Director: Jim Landry Brand Development Supervisor: Rich McCracken Director/Editor: Andy Awes, Spotnik Producer: Rose Pennington Original Music: Steve Barone Clarity Coverdale Fury is a Minneapolis advertising agency specializing in helping brands make an emotional connection with their customers. It offers brand development, advertising, promotions and public relations to its clients. Current brands in the agencys portfolio include ClearWay Minnesota, Medtronic, International Dairy Queen, Explore Minnesota Tourism and Purina Mills Feed among others. Information on Clarity Coverdale Fury can be found at www.claritycoverdalefury****. Colleen O'Malley is our media contact for Clarity Coverdale Fury. For more information contact Colleen O'Malley at 612-359-4327 or email omalleyccf-ideas****
5 Feb 2009
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Yes, the economic sky is still falling for tech companies. Despite glimmers of hope in the markets and data, advertising, which is traditionally a key source of income for both online content producers and application creators, isn't expected to rebound till long after the economy is on the right track. That means, at least in PC Mag editor-in-chief (and occasional TechVi guest) Lance Ulanoff's view, the end of the free web is coming. Soon. Is he on th emoney? And more importantly, will you fight for your free content? We ask Technologizer founder Harry McCracken, along with Brian Heater of PC Mag. Harry sees other platforms like the Kindle primed for innovation, since people are currently successfully charging consumers real dollars, and people seem to be paying. Brian's take is similar, pointing out that since the free cat is out of the bag, it's going to be awfully difficult to get it back in. My hope is someone will want to pay for content, maybe by going to an NPR style of begging for money. Someone's gotta do it. (Oh, and if you want to give us cash,we're more than willing to accept, for the record.) We also talk about the news that Steve Jobs won't be the main keynote speaker for Apple's upcoming World Wide Developers Conference. Brian mentions that it might be a bit of a red herring, given the carefully worded press release, and that Apple's "One More Thing..." might be Jobs' appearance. Harry, on the other hand, thinks regardless of whether Steve steps up to the plate, Apple has plenty of good leadership that haven't dropped the ball thus far, despite Stevie J's day-to-day micromanaging absence. What's your take? How crucial is Steve Jobs to the future of Apple in the presentation role? Could he pop in here and there without being the main presenter and still have the draw to keep up the reality distortion field? Also, is there any content you'd pay for (other than TechVi, naturally)? What's the maximum amount you'd think about investing, or do you think content will figure out how to be free, regardless of ad dollars?
14 May 2009
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Yes, the economic sky is still falling for tech companies. Despite glimmers of hope in the markets and data, advertising, which is traditionally a key source of income for both online content producers and application creators, isn't expected to rebound till long after the economy is on the right track. That means, at least in PC Mag editor-in-chief (and occasional TechVi guest) Lance Ulanoff's view, the end of the free web is coming. Soon. Is he on th emoney? And more importantly, will you fight for your free content? We ask Technologizer founder Harry McCracken, along with Brian Heater of PC Mag. Harry sees other platforms like the Kindle primed for innovation, since people are currently successfully charging consumers real dollars, and people seem to be paying. Brian's take is similar, pointing out that since the free cat is out of the bag, it's going to be awfully difficult to get it back in. My hope is someone will want to pay for content, maybe by going to an NPR style of begging for money. Someone's gotta do it. (Oh, and if you want to give us cash, we're more than willing to accept, for the record.) We also talk about the news that Steve Jobs won't be the main keynote speaker for Apple's upcoming World Wide Developers Conference. Brian mentions that it might be a bit of a red herring, given the carefully worded press release, and that Apple's "One More Thing..." might be Jobs' appearance. Harry, on the other hand, thinks regardless of whether Steve steps up to the plate, Apple has plenty of good leadership that haven't dropped the ball thus far, despite Stevie J's day-to-day micromanaging absence. What's your take? How crucial is Steve Jobs to the future of Apple in the presentation role? Could he pop in here and there without being the main presenter and still have the draw to keep up the reality distortion field? Also, is there any content you'd pay for (other than TechVi, naturally)? What's the maximum amount you'd think about investing, or do you think content will figure out how to be free, regardless of ad dollars?
14 May 2009
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We've long been waiting for the era of the tablet computer to take hold, and peering on the horizon are three interesting candidates to take tablets from speculation to spectacle. Among them: Michael Arrington's recently delayed CrunchPad, Microsoft's booklet-style Courier and the oft-rumored Apple Tablet. Will tablets actually be something people are interested in this time around? We ask Rob Enderle from the Enderle Group, and Harry McCracken from Technologizer. Distributed by Tubemogul.
6 Nov 2009
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'Natural Disaster' was originally released acoustic style (piano and vocals only) on 07/07/07. Now a fully produced audio track and high-def video portraying a creative, confused, girl who is half-heartedly into the Goth scene. Her fascination with clairvoyance, along with a faceless Internet romance, propels us through a series of dreams. A private concert in a snow globe, a giant blue frog, and a dark alley assault lead to a disastrous ending, with a hopeful twist. Conceived and written by Michael Paul Giarrusso. Music produced in collaboration with Shaun Drew of Sotto Voce Studios. Directed by Tim Gagliardo, partnered with producer Adam Litt of Nuclear Videos, and DP Louis Normandin. Special thanks to Lilit Alexandrian (Goth Girl), Sean McCracken (Predator), Jonathan Timmerman (blu_frog), Jason Heath and Chris Nabb (The Escarpment), Linda Sweeney (piano and tolerance), Jericho Vise (Muralist), Timi Giarrusso (wardrobe), and Christopher Temkin (Consulting Editor). Distributed by Tubemogul.
21 Apr 2010
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*******aadlanddental****/ 360-573-6047 Aadland Dental is serving Vancouver, wa area through dedication to providing their patients of all ages with quality dental care through a personalized, patient-first approach for seniors and children. Ryan McCracken dentist, cosmetic dentistry, dental, spa services, vancouver dentist, woman dentist
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For more info on the Digging Us a Hole campaign and to download the song for FREE, visit: *******diggingusahole.tumblr**** We are excited and humbled to be announcing the release of "Digging Us a Hole." This song was born during the "Funeral For Our Future" action in March, where we sang it together with over 100 activists in the TransCanada lobby in Westborough, MA. 25 of us kept singing as we were led out in handcuffs. We're making the recording available for free throughout the "Fearless Summer" because this song truly belongs to everyone who's fighting the pipeline! Download your free copy here! *******diggingusahole.tumblr**** Our greatest hope is that this song will continue to be used by those rising up against KXL. We'll need all types of tools in our belt in order to build this movement big enough and strong enough to win, and the right song can be a powerful tool indeed. If it serves your work, please use the song in any actions or videos that you have coming up. If you want to use our recording of "Digging Us a Hole" in your next video, just download the track for free, upload to youtube (or vimeo etc.) and be sure to post a link to our Twitter and/or Facebook. We'll share and promote anything you put out that incorporates the song. And make sure to tag it with #DiggingUsAHole, so we see it! We'll be posting videos from fellow activists all summer long, but we wanted to start off with this first video that our friends Brian Fitzgerald and Sam McCracken made, which we think captures the spirit of the song, the action, and the movement as a whole. This song is yours, use it for good! Shot, directed, and edited by Brian Fitzgerald and Sam McCracken Video Contributions, and amazing support from: 350**** (*******www.350****) 350 Massachusetts (*******350ma****) Tar Sands Blockade (*******www.tarsandsblockade****) Tar Sands Action (*******www.tarsandsaction****‎) Funeral for our Future (*******funeralforourfuture.wordpress****) Better Future Project (*******www.betterfutureproject****) Ken Ilgunas (*******www.youtube****/user/goons11111) brianrcVids (*******www.youtube****/user/brianrcVids)
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