TED’s Ads Worth Spreading
TED, the nonprofit organization dedicated to Technology, Entertainment and Design, announced the winners of its inaugural Ads Worth Spreading contest at its annual conference in California.
The contest attracted over 1,000 submissions from advertising agencies and brands, with a TED judging panel looking for powerful and memorable advertisements that are shaping the current ad market.
Winners include Born of Fire by Chrysler, which was aired during the 2011 Superbowl earlier this year, and Nokia’s Dot for its N8 Smartphone. For the full list of winners, visit Ads Worth Spreading.