CAB328 - Advertising Campaign Planning

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Subject Title
Advertising Campaign Planning

Subject Description
In this subject, students will apply the knowledge and skills gained in the first year of the Creative Advertising Program to plan a total integrated advertising campaign. Students will move from research to problem analysis to development of creative strategy, creative recommendations and rationale. Also included in this semester-long project will be the execution of media and production budgets, and an extensive media plan. Advertising, finance/billing practices, and professional business writing principles will also be explored.

This subject and assigned work is designed as an individual-only learning experience ? all assignments are individual.

Credit Status
Creative Advertising Diploma Program

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Develop a complete integrated advertising campaign.
2. Develop a complete campaign strategy, budget, schedule, and make creative recommendations, and include recommendations on all standard and new media elements as well as using other IMC platforms from Public Relations to Event Marketing
3. Develop and recommend a complete media strategy (for both traditional and new media), media plan, and budget.
4. Prepare a recommended media schedule.
5. Prepare materials for visual presentation, present the campaign proposal to an audience, and answer questions regarding all elements of the proposal.
6. Complete a ?client ready? presentation bound document.
7. Gain knowledge and demonstrate advertising proposal presentation styles.
8. Prepare the complete proposal using the word software, Excel and desktop techniques used in previous semester.
9. Be an active in-class participant contributing effectively to the assigned tasks in one-on-one meetings with the Instructor and in the process within in-class and/or workshop exercises for evaluation.
10. Understand the purpose of, and effectively meet all deadlines and project requirements.

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Accommodation for Students with Disabilities
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