The Coca-Cola Co. is set to unveil the latest global marketing campaign for its namesake CSD in the US today (21 January).

The campaign, entitled 'Open Happiness', will break tonight with a television advert during American Idol in the US, with more to air in the following weeks, including during the broadcasts of the Super Bowl and the Academy Awards.

The push, which will include new point of sale, promotions, outdoor and print advertising, and digital and music components, will roll out throughout the first half of this year in markets around the world, the company said.

"Open Happiness is designed to work at every level - from national advertising all the way down to coolers and store shelves, with a clear call to action at the point of purchase," said Joe Tripodi, chief marketing and commercial leadership officer at Coca-Cola. "The combination of inspirational marketing and in-store execution in collaboration with our bottling partners worldwide will ensure we continue to reinvigorate the sparkling category."

The campaign will break first in the US with print ads and new television commercials airing this week. Outdoor advertising and in-store executions will appear by the end of the month. Music will also play a central role in the new campaign beginning with a new music track featured in one of the ads that will be released as a single. The music is a collaboration featuring Gnarls Barkley's Cee-Lo, Patrick Stump from Fall Out Boy, Brendon Urie from Panic at the Disco, Travis McCoy from Gym Class Heroes and Janelle Monae and produced by Polow Da Don and Butch Walker.

At the same time as the promotion, in North America, two new Coke Zero ads debuted on the premiere of American Idol last week and later this month, while the Diet Coke 'Red Dress' programme, in conjunction with The Heart Truth, will begin its second year.