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Vizeum wins media AoR for Warner Bros Pictures India

01-July-2016
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Vizeum wins media AoR for Warner Bros Pictures India

Vizeum, the media agency from Dentsu Aegis Network, has been appointed as the media AoR for Warner Bros Pictures, India. The agency won the account following a multi-agency pitch that was carried out over a period of 6 months.

 

Following the win, the first movie from the Warner Bros slate that Vizeum worked on was The Conjuring 2.

 

Commenting on the win, Shripad Kulkarni, Managing Director, Vizeum India said, “We are delighted with this win. We look forward to our partnership with Warner Bros Pictures. We are confident that we will add tremendous value to the theatrical marketing of their movies.”

 

He further added, “Vizeum’s philosophy of focusing on ‘simple strategy to address client’s business objective, activating it brilliantly’ guided our audience connection approach. Our media solutions will singularly aim at delivering box office success, by seamlessly integrating offline and online efforts around one PR-able idea.”

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