If you've ever been subjected to the horror that is the New York Times ad campaign, you'll appreciate this parody from 92YTribeca. If you've never seen it, just check out the video below.
This viral attempt is written and directed by Michael Showalter and lampoons all of the options the New York Times provides for its home subscribers--while simultaneously exposing the truths of our Internet news-driven culture.
Stephen J. Levinson produced the film, Paul Rondeau took care of the cinematography, digital effects were provided by Ed Mundy, and the soundtrack was by Jesse Novak.
92YTribeca Pokes Fun of New York Times in Parody Ad
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