SBS, the Australian broadcasting network, is running a three minute television commercial celebrating the cultural and linguistic diversity of football fans around the world. SBS coverage of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, online at theworldgame.sbs.com.au, is associated with the words, “One world, one game, one hope, one team”, referring to the broadcast of the game in eleven languages. The chant, filmed in Argentina, Brazil, Spain, Netherlands, UK, South Africa and Japan, features nine different languages. The One World campaign is also running on SBS Radio, with expressions of the campaign in digital, direct marketing, outdoor and experiential work.
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SBS Director of Marketing Jacquie Riddell said: “SBS’s approach to the World Cup is unique in a media environment cluttered by brands capitalising on World Cup Fever with high kick visuals and superstar player endorsements. We’ve taken the human approach, telling the reals stories of the game’s real-life supporters from each of the 32 qualifying teams. This unique approach by the official World Cup broadcaster breeds real excitement for audiences.”
The One World campaign was developed at US Sydney (Razor) by executive creative director Josh Moore, art director Adrian Ely, copywriter Nigel Clark, director of photography Jason Hargreaves, agency producers Roy De Giogio and Cate Stewart, account director Alex Tracy, editor Sam Wilson.