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Tag Archives: viral video
A cute video bit from Pixar and ESPN that features the students of Monsters University reacting to the school being passed over for March Madness: That’s synergy at work everyone!
That Toy Soldier with a dream we met in this earlier viral video, is back with a new segment. Haven gotten the parade gig, the Tin Soldier is now training with Goofy for his big moment in the Disney Parks … Continue reading →
Attendees at Comic-Con got the first look at this new video for the fictitious ‘dating site’ Singlebrooke. It’s meant as a fun bit of viral marketing for ABC’s hit show ‘Once Upon A Time’ video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player Of … Continue reading →
Marketing for Pixar’s Cars Land really is picking up. This new video attempts to go viral with a really cute idea – Dozens of kids in their Lightning McQueen Toy Cars driving through Disneyland and into Disney California Adventure with … Continue reading →
When I lived out in California, there were frequent problems with ducks or seagulls camping out on the monorail beam. Usually a horn honk or two would scare them off, but sometimes it could take quite a few attempts to … Continue reading →