Microsoft: Family

To launch Microsoft's new Windows Home Server, Seattle-based agency Creature developed a fake news broadcast called "America's Talking," using a father as an analogy for the Windows "stay-at-home" f

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To launch Microsoft's new Windows Home Server, Seattle-based agency Creature developed a fake news broadcast called "America's Talking," using a father as an analogy for the Windows "stay-at-home" functionality. In turn, Creature helped roll out 4 web films, a microsite, video banners and even a children's book dubbed “Mommy, Why is there a Server in the House?”
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Credits
Date
Dec 11, 2007
Client:
Microsoft
Agency:
Creature
Creative Director:
Matt Peterson
Creative Director:
Jim Haven
ACD/Copywriter:
Tom O'Connor
Art Director:
Eric Goldstein
Agency Producer:
Jenn Pennington
Designer:
Ramon Vasquez
Production Company:
Tate USA
Director:
Eric King
Director of Photography:
Andy Lilien
Executive Producer:
Hugh Bacher
Executive Producer:
David Tate
Line Producer:
Darrin Ball
Editing House:
Chicken & Music
Editor:
Steve Prestemon
Producer (Editorial):
Jenn Pennington
Mix/Sound Design:
Clatter & Din
Mixer:
John Buroker
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