Earlier this year, wallet-friendly streaming service Philo commissioned a survey that found more than half of Americans turned to the television set in order to relax and unwind. Now, Philo is capitalizing on that trend with a new brand campaign that colors its streaming service as the ultimate television destination for people who are looking for comfort-based entertainment. The campaign, called "Flipping," focuses around a 30-second spot created in conjunction with the production company ArtClass that began running on cable networks and social media platforms earlier this month. Pre-production was focused on a single team, and the creative was designed to be shot in a single day, with the finished presentation showcasing "Philo customers viewing their favorite TV shows on multiple devices in the comfort of their home." Mixing 15-, 30- and 60-second spots across digital and linear platforms, with a focus on major markets like New York, LA and Atlanta, the campaign features the tagline, “Philo is TV. For Everyone.” (Watch an example above.) The ads promote the value proposition of Philo, a $20-a-month offering that includes live feeds of about five dozen networks from Discovery, ViacomCBS, AMC Networks and others. From now until September, the "Channel Comfort" theme will be used in Philo advertisements across the spectrum, including spots currently appearing on television and pre-roll YouTube ads. An associated print campaign begins in September, and out-of-home advertisements will be prominent in Chicago and Memphis, a spokesperson for the company said. Next month, the campaign will reach a peak when Philo launches a new streaming network called the Comfort Channel, which the service bills as "an original channel designed for Philo that promises instant streaming bliss." A Philo spokesperson said the "Flipping" campaign is a larger rollout compared to prior marketing campaigns, with a commitment of at least a six-week run on cable television and digital platforms. Stein thinks it's likely Philo will run television ads on some cable beyond six weeks, including on networks that aren't carried on Philo, because "we've seen television as an effective [marketing] channel." If you want to subscribe to Philo TV, https://www.z2u.com/philo/accounts-5-18586 offers many Cheap Philo Accounts for Sale via trusted and verified sellers. Currently, there are over 60 Philo TV channels. They include many popular cable networks, including AMC, BBC America, BET, Comedy Central, Discovery Channel, Food Network, HGTV, IFC, Lifetime, MTV, Nickelodeon, TV Land and VH1. You can now buy Philo Premium Accounts or Philo Subscription Accounts at Z2U.com, and enjoy up to 30% off price!