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360i & HBO Take User-Generated Content to New Heights with “Create For The Throne”

HBO’s hit series Game of Thrones has spent seven seasons cultivating an ultra-creative fandom that has celebrated the series through fan fiction, cosplay, original fan art, and more. Now, in honor of the show’s much-anticipated eighth and final season, we’ve partnered with HBO to ignite the imagination of this dedicated community of fan artists like never before. Introducing Create […]

OREO Partners with HBO & 360i to Introduce New Game of Thrones Cookies

Send a raven! OREO and HBO are bringing fans the mother of all TV watching snacks—OREO Game of Thrones cookies—thanks to a new alliance conceived of and executed by agency partner 360i. A tasty tribute to the final season of Game of Thrones, the new limited edition OREO cookies feature four unique embossments that spotlight […]

NOLA Tourism Spotlights The City’s Unexpected Destinations with New IGTV Series

Travel influencers take the tour of a lifetime in the first season of Unexpected Tour Guides, a one-of-a-kind new IGTV travel show created by 360i for New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation.  The first season features New Orleans’ all-female, all-badass motorcycle club the Caramel Curves, who invite three unsuspecting travel influencers—Alyssa Ramos (@mylifesatravelmovie), Ashley Renne (@heyashleyrenne), and […]

Would you buy a house sight unseen? New Bravo show puts couples to the test.

The real estate market is crazy, but Bravo’s new show Buying it Blind takes it to a new level. To promote the premiere of the new show, three “hidden” homes are popping up in key, high-traffic areas in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. Buying it Blind, which premieres at 8/7c on Friday, November 2nd […]

No Sugarcoating: Keeping It Real with Absolut Grapefruit

To celebrate the launch of Absolut Grapefruit, we worked with actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson (a.k.a. Mitchell from the Emmy-award winning “Modern Family” series) to prove how refreshing transparency can be with a series of humorous spots that remove the sugarcoated filters from relatable social scenarios. From letting a colleague know that he was only invited […]