Circus reveals epic film for BBC Sport

May 2000
Campaign;05/12/2000, Issue 19, p9
Trade Publication
Focuses on British Broadcasting Corp.'s plan to defend its position as a major sports broadcaster in Great Britain with a commercial that stars 30 sporting heroes representing a range of sports from around the world. Advertising campaign by Circus; Partial list of stars included in the commercial.


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