1. Specsavers - Submarine

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    Product: Specsavers Title: Submarine Production Company: Mustard Director: Cris Mudge Production Producer: John Doris Director of Photography: David Kerr Ad Agency: Specsavers Creative Creative Director: Graham Daldry Art Director: Mark de la Rue Copywriter: Jon Crocker Agency Producer: Sam Lock Editing Company: the Whitehouse Editor: Ben Stephens Music Company: Johno De Villiers Sound Company: Grand Central Post Production House: Golden Square

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    • Hovis - Miss Chief

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      Product: Hovis Title: Miss Chief Production Company: Gorgeous Director: Vince Squibb Production Producer: Spencer Dodd Director of Photography: Jess Hall Ad Agency: MCBD Creative Director: Danny Brooke-Taylor Art Director: Danny Brooke-Taylor Copywriter: Danny Brooke-Taylor Agency Producer: Hannah Boase Editing Company: the Whitehouse Editor: Russell Icke Music Company: Nightingale Music Sound Company: Grand Central Post Production House: The Mill

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      • Drench - Mr Memory

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        Product: Drench Title: Mr Memory Production Company: Smith & Sons Director: Ulf Johansson Production Producer: Philippa Smith Director of Photography: Stephen Keith-Roach Ad Agency: CHI & Partners Creative Director: Ewan Paterson Art Director: Micky Tutor, Matt Collier & Wayne Robinson Copywriter: Micky Tutor, Matt Collier & Wayne Robinson Agency Producer: Kate Hardwick Editing Company: the Whitehouse Editor: John Smith Music Company: N/A Sound Company: Wave Post Production House: MPC

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        • Cancer Research - Bad Day

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          Product: Cancer Research Title: Bad Day Production Company: Bare Films Director: Joanna Bailey Production Producer: Helen Hadfield Director of Photography: Jeremy Pollard Ad Agency: AMV BBDO Creative Director: Dave Buchanan Art Director: Dave Buchanan Copywriter: Dave Buchanan Agency Producer: Trish Russell Editing Company: the Whitehouse Editor: Adam Marshall Music Company: N/A Sound Company: The Lab, AMV BBDO Post Production House: The Mill / The Lab, AMV BBDO

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          • The Employment Line, Episode 2: White House Visit with President Obama and Jon Bon Jovi, 24 Hour Fitness, Diversity

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            Summer Jobs+ announced… and we were there 24 Hour Fitness hiring plans unveiled 2012 Employers Connect dates released Diversity and inclusion partners recognized

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            • James Baker Celebrates 30th Anniversary of Library & Museum (October 30, 2011)

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              On October 30, 2011, James A. Baker III, delivered remarks during the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Gerald R. Ford Library and Museum. James Baker has served in several Presidential Administrations but was first appointed Deputy Secretary of Commerce for President Gerald R. Ford. Baker stated that he would not be speaking that day without Ford's faith and confidence in him all those years ago. Baker recalled the man that Gerald R. Ford was, a man who would become the 38th President of the United States during a troubled time for our country. With Richard Nixon's resignation, signs of inflation and recession everywhere, Cold War with U.S.S.R., Baker believes that Ford's moral compass and character helped guide our nation in the right direction. Throughout the evening, Baker reflected on the Ford Administration, though short, impacted our country profoundly, and help heal our nation. Ford's national policy moments included easing Cold War tensions with the U.S.S.R., the collapse of Cambodia, the fall of Saigon, persuading Egypt and Israel to accept an interim truce agreement and was an early supporter of majority rule in South America. Domestically, Ford was the first president to call for a national energy policy to move the country away from its reliance on foreign sources of energy and worked with Betty as a strong proponent of equal rights for women. Baker only wished that Ford had more time, a full presidential term, to lead our nation in the way only Gerald R. Ford could lead as President. Baker examined five traits that he believed were Ford's best traits; traits that contributed to his effective brand of leadership. The traits were selflessness, bipartisanship, dignity, humor and perseverance in the face of adversity. 1) Selflessness: as a politician more concerned with principles than with political self-preservation. Ford knew pardoning Nixon would hurt him from at the polls, yet he believed the nation would move forward from the scandal and begin the healing process. 2) Bi-partisanship: having served in the U.S. Congress, Ford believed that "Truth is the glue that holds government together. Compromise is the oil that makes government go." Ford knew how to argue his case while not making enemies because he understand that working with both parties could accomplish much. 3) Dignity: having worked so hard during the campaign of 1976, 10,000 votes separated Ford from losing to Jimmy Carter. Even in defeat, Ford remained stoic and graciously accepted the results. When numerous supporters asked for a recount, he refused, because he lost the popular vote. 4) Humor: Ford had an inner-confidence that allowed him to laugh at himself, even while Hollywood was making him the butt of their jokes. Chevy Chase skits didn't bother him, because he was not thin-skinned and he had a self-deprecating humor that could ease serious situations. 5) Perseverance in the face of adversity: having battled with substance abuse, Betty and Gerald supported each other which allowed Betty to chose the difficult path, publicly working to help others do the same. America has an example of how to respond to challenges we face throughout our lives, that example is Gerald and Betty Ford. James Baker has held numerous positions throughout his career. Beginning as Deputy Secretary of Commerce for Gerald R. Ford, he would be asked to serve as Chair of the President Ford Committee during the 1976 General Election against Gov. Jimmy Carter. Baker would go on to become Chief of Staff for both the Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush Administrations. Baker also has served on the National Security Council for Reagan, Secretary of Treasury for Reagan, Secretary of State of H.W. Bush, Campaign Chair for H.W. Bush and as Special Envoy for George W. Bush for Iraqi Debt post Saddam Hussein. James Baker received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1991 and is the founder of the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy at Rice University in Houston, Texas.

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              • Sony Ericsson - Product Testing Institute - Models

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                Product: Sony Ericsson Title: Product Testing Institute - Models Production Company: Smuggler Director: Henry- Alex Rubin Production Producer: Chris Barrett / Drew Santarsario Director of Photography: Matthew Woolf Ad Agency: Dare Creative Director: Brian Cooper Art Director: Anna Kalimbet Copywriter: Summer Cui Agency Producer:Sally Alekna Editing Company: The Whitehouse Editor: John Smith / James Norris Music Company: N/A Sound Company: Prime Focus Post Production House: Prime Focus

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                • DODGEBALL VS

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                  An OMC Production in association with i-SPEED. An underground dodgeball match between Britain's best dodgeball athletes VS an array of misfits who combine their talents and turn the tables... Shot on i-SPEED - All inquiries into camera rental please contact: i-SPEED@theomc.tv Directed by Paul Bryan & Lucy Tcherniak Producer: Obi Mgbado DOP: Maja Zamojda & Malte Huebner 1st AD: Isusko Garcia Production Manager: Angus Bennett Camera Operators: Liam Bream & Leo Bund Choreographer: Stuart Goodwin Art Director: Tim Gibson Edit House: The Whitehouse Editor: Sam Gunn Grade House: MPC Colourist: Ricky Gausis Musical Score: April Song Sound Design: Sound Node Executive Producers: Jonathan Hatton & Nick Paris Creative Director: Obi Mgbado Behind The Scenes Documentary: By Unveil Arts http://vimeo.com/theomc/dodgeballvsbts Behind The Scenes Photography: By Tom Sansome http://www.flickr.com/photos/theomc/sets/72157628130728522/ Subscribe to: THE OMC - HIGH SPEED CHANNEL: http://vimeo.com/channels/omcispeed THE OMC CHANNEL: http://vimeo.com/channels/theomc -

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                  • Steve Thomma "The White House Message Machine" (September 15, 2011)

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                    On September 15, 2011, Steve Thomma visited the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library in Ann Arbor, Michigan to talk about his experiences and understanding in Reporting on Presidents and The White House. Thomma is the winner of the Gerald R. Ford Distinguished Journalism Prize for Reporting on the Presidency for the year 2010. Thomma is a White House Press Corps member who works for McClatchy Newspapers and remarks focused on "The White House Message Machine: How It Spins Faster Than Ever". Steve Thomma recalls his personal interactions with President Barak Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton including during their time as presidential candidates (each ran for the office in 2007-2008). Steve touches on candid moments at Press Conferences and working with The White House Staff. Thomma currently travels and reports on the Republic Presidential Candidates and Campaigns. Thomma illustrates his understanding of the complex "White House Message Machine". Beginning with Richard Nixon's pro-active press office to get the message out, has now come to the Obama Operation today utilizing 69 people with the latest in technologies to have as far a range as possible throughout the media. For example, Twitter is used by several of the White House Staffers, to provide updates and additional sources of information. Additionally, Obama's Press Office rolls out produced pictures and videos to show The President's message and favorable work by The President and his Administration, provided on The White House website, Flickr, Twitter, Facebook. Some of the issues of the "Produced Message" of The White House is that there are rarely members of the Press Corps allowed to participate when the images or "news story" happens when only The White House Official still photographer and video camera are allowed to cover. Thomma describes his concern with The White House limiting access, because without the press, a full story can not be told, only what the Press Office wants, which focuses on the "approved, managed message". Thomma also compares recent Presidents and their availability to the press. Through April 2011 and to this point in different Administrations, President Obama participated in questions from the media and public 130 times,, compared to President Bush's 301, President Bill Clinton 511, President H.W. Bush 258 and President Ronald Reagan 118. These include taking questions at formal White House Press Conference, from the White House Press Pool in places such as The Oval Office and short "gaggles" at various locations. The data was compiled by Martha Joynt Kumar, who researches and provides data on the media availability of the President. President Obama though has participated in a large number of TV interviews compared to the other recent Presidents. The numbers are Obama 306, W. Bush 91, Clinton 139, H.W. Bush 87 and Reagan 115. President Obama is the first President to participate in a majority of interviews by TV, instead of print or other sources. The possible reasons for Obama's choice could be that its more controlled, more conversational, its one-on-one, can go on longer or can be more selective with which TV Network to select. Also, 20% of President Obama's newspaper interview went to one newspaper in his first year in office. Thomma touches on the ability to be available and getting the message out as much as possible can move towards the issue of "over-exposure". When The White House pushes out to much, they run the risk of "reduced impact". Over communicating can over expose The President and their message to the point that it is not value added to their ability push their message out.

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                    • Student Tours to Washington D.C.

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                      Washington D.C., our nation's capital, is a popular destination for student travel. A trip to Washington D.C. allows students to learn about our nation's history and view historical buildings such as the White House, the Washington Monument, U.S. Capitol and the Jefferson Memorial. Straight A Tours offer a range of student travel and student band travel packages so that you can get the most from your trip to Washington D.C..

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