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…St Luke’s has devised the next stage of BT Broadband’s TV advertising campaign that launches today (Wednesday) with a £23m spend.

St Luke’s has devised the next stage of BT Broadband’s TV advertising campaign that launches today (Wednesday) with a &£23m spend. The campaign features characters from the previous ‘Broadband has landed’ campaign. Abbott Mead Vickers.BBDO created the press advertising.

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