The Guardian: Three Little Pigs Advert


A provoking (and most definitely very expensive) ad campaign from the Guardian hit picture houses as well as television screens worldwide last week. And WHAT an advert for the underlying importance of journalism. In a spin on the Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf children’s tale, the GU captures the imagination by demonstrating the ability of new media.

“The newspaper is moving beyond a newspaper,” editor in chief, Alan Rusbridger says in his piece explaining the Guardian‘s commitment to “open journalism.”

The idea is to entirely rethink how news is gathered in the modern age—to give, as the ad’s tagline says, “The whole picture.”

Of course, this glossy piece of propaganda shows the Guardian is at the very least, declaring that it won’t go down without a fight. And GOOD on them!

A must watch.

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Dani is reading Politics at the University of Liverpool. She was the Editor In Cheif for LSMedia in 2011/12. Dani is an ardent writer and is on the continual path of gaining as much work experience as possible, including working with the BBC. She indulges in a little Arthouse cinema, wine and books galore to relax. Dani wishes she could travel forever. Happiest when trekking through South East Asia. She looks forward to an exciting year with LSMedia and hopes to encourage and enthuse the entire team.