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Sky 'ashes summer' by Brothers and Sisters
Campaign Work, Wednesday, 08 July 2009 02:44PM
Brothers and Sisters has created an outdoor campaign for Sky Sports to celebrate the return of the cricket season as the Ashes comes to dominate our sporting summer TV.
The campaign aims to capture the emotions people experience during what can only be an 'Ashes Summer'.
Sky Sports will be exclusively broadcasting the npower Ashes series between England and Australia live and in HD.
This will be Sky’s fifth Ashes series and the first played in both England and Wales.
This article was first published on Campaign Work
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