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YouTube’s Most Watched Ads Of 2012

YouTube’s Most Watched Ads Of 2012

The online video hub has released a list the top 20 campaign spots of the past year.

Andrew Vaterlaus-Staby, PSFK Labs

The year is drawing to a close, and Youtube has released a list of its top 20 most viewed ads of 2012. It was a big year for sports and car commercials, and many of the top ads were also broadcast during the superbowl. Of the 20 commercials, Old Spice, sold by Procter & Gamble, had the most with four spots, followed by Nike and Volkswagen with two each.

Check out the top 10 below:

10. Audi of America – Vampire Party

Creative Agency: Venables, Bell & Partners

Media Agency: Mediacom

9. Nike Football – Cristiano Ronaldo vs Rafa Nadal

Creative Agency: Wieden + Kennedy, London

Media Agency: Mindshare

8. Chrysler – It’s Halftime in America

Creative Agency: Wieden + Kennedy

Media Agency: Universal McCann

7. GoPro Camera – HERO3: Black Edition

Creative Agency: GoPro Media Team

Media Agency: PPC Associates

6. Volkswagen – The Dog Strikes Back

Creative Agency: Deutsch LA

Media Agency: Mediacom

5. Honda – Matthew’s Day Off

Creative Agency: RPA

Media Agency: RPA

4. Samsung – The Next Big Thing is Already Here

Creative Agency: 72andSunny

Media Agency: Starcom Worldwide

3. Volkswagen – The Bark Side

Creative Agency: Deutsch LA

Media Agency: Mediacom

2. Pepsi MAX – Uncle Drew

Creative Agency: The Marketing Arm/Davie Brown Entertainment (Los Angeles)

Media Agency: OMD

1. Nike Football – My Time Is Now

Creative Agency: Wieden + Kennedy

Media Agency: Mindshare

You can view the complete top 20 list here.

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