Our Work

Powered Studios Case Study: Kmart x LEGO® Masters

This year Nine revealed a number of key commercial partnerships to launch the debut season of the hugely successful  LEGO® Masters. 

Powered Studios Case Study: Honda x LEGO® Masters

With the launch of Nine’s latest entertainment format, LEGO® Masters Australia, major sponsor Honda Australia worked with Powered Studios to produce an integrated TVC.

Powered Studios Case Study: Smith's Chips 'Spin to Win'

PHD Content recently worked with Powered Studios to produce national a TVC, OOH and social creative promoting the Smiths Chips “Spin to Win” competition.

Lego Movie 2 Joins MAFS Experiment in New Collaboration

Married at First Sight, has captured the national water-cooler conversation - and Lego has joined forces with it for the latest TV commercial promoting The Lego Movie 2.

Powered Studios Case Study: Mastercard

Aces, the bright lights of centre court and Grand Slams are not just what the tennis is about – it also makes people happier, healthier, and brings them together. 

Powered Studios Case Study: ANZ

ANZ wants to help Australians get on top of their money and improving financial wellbeing is a big contributor to this.

Powered Studios Case Study: Drumstick

Peters chose Nine’s Australian Open coverage to launch the new range to market, and Powered Studios were tasked to create the brand TVC.

Powered Studios Case Study: Blackmores

In the lead-up to this year’s summer of tennis on Nine, Blackmores worked closely with Powered to find the most effective way of showing all Australians that everyone’s body is unique.

Powered Studios Case Study: Pauls Zymil, Hard to say, easy to digest

To drive awareness and increase overall sales of Paul’s Zymil amongst Australian consumers, Powered Studios produced a 15” brand TVC to run nationally across broadcast and online. 

'No better way to sell TV than on TV' - How Stan uses Nine Platforms to Target Bespoke Audiences

For streaming platform Stan, promoting itself is all about connecting with consumers hungry for entertainment – and for that, ‘TV is king’.