August 26, 2012 6:02 pm


After spending the last few weeks on the road art directing SNHU’s newest TV commercial, I started thinking about how the conversation around television advertising in EDU has been a bit limited. For the most part, for-profits and a select few major brands are owning the national airwaves, while community colleges and smaller competitive institutions toil in the local markets. While all are seeing some success, there hasn’t been much conversation about who the players are, why they’re playing, what works, and why.

Truth be told, while our industry has suffered from a serious lack of creative when it comes to TV, there is a lot to be won by taking a strong concept and quality execution to market. In this episode we review top to bottom what’s out there, highlighting spots that work, spots that don’t, and breakdown the factors that play into their ultimate demise or success.
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