Ads for AMC Theatres, Kmart, Apple and even the Lowell, Michigan police department are among the most-shared holiday commercials read more
This is an ad for the upcoming Pepsi Super Bowl 49 Halftime Show featuring a live insect (and spider) band. It's worth a watch, and that's saying a lot because I only drink Coke. Sadly, the insect band never got to finish the rest of its world tour because of my foot. Keep going for the video.
After a popular ad against the "Redskins" name went viral in January, the group behind it wants to do it again. The post Native American Group Raises $20,000 To Fund Super Bowl Ad Against ‘Redskins’ Name appeared first on ThinkProgr...
Their ad idea is to "digitally remove the football team's logo from old highlight videos." [ more › ]
While watching this semifinalist entry for the 2015 Doritos Crash the Super Bowl competition might in some ways mildly conjure some thoughts related recent news, the end result is Crash the Super Bowl funny. As the ad, created by Chuck McCarthy, opens, two guys are seen beating the crap out of...someone or something. Show More Summary
-YouTube released its “2014 Ads Rewind” documenting the year in global advertising on the platform (video above). -Dove Men+Care will be returning to the Super Bowl in 2015. -Business Insider reports that digital media is set to overtake...Show More Summary
The Internet scored plenty of goals on YouTube in 2014. From World Cup ads starring soccer icons like David Beckham to Super Bowl spots that tugged at our heartstrings, it was clear that the No. 1 thing on everyone's minds this yearShow More Summary
There's been a trend in recent years where Super Bowl advertisers have been spoiling themselves! Some companies would prefer to keep their super expensive Super Bowl commercials under wraps until the big day. But now it seems like more and more advertisers are trying to get people amped up about their ad spots weeks before they air! [ [...]
With the 2015 Super Bowl only months away, let’s take a look the top 10 most popular ads from Super Bowl 2014 and see if the big game hype transformed into big gains in sales.
-Harry Enfield parodies W+K’s “Whatever’s Comfortable” Southern Comfort campaign for Save the Children (video above). -Nissan announced it will run a Super Bowl ad for the first time since 1997. -Digiday takes a look at The New YorkShow More Summary
If this was a Super Bowl preview, it will suit the Packers just fine. The Packers only added three points to their total in the second half, but their defense came up big at several points to allow the team to hold off the Patriots at improve to 9-3 with a 26-21 victory at Lambeau…
Three weeks ago, we broke the news that CarMax, maker of Super Bowl ads featuring slow claps and puppies, would not be working with New York’s Silver+Partners for its next Big Game spot. The ensuing review quickly turned into a competition...Show More Summary
Budweiser isn’t saying “neigh” to using its Clydesdales in commercials after all.
In a totally bullshit move meant to counter the fact that they sell crap beer, Budweiser announced that they would retire the iconic Clydesdale horses from this year's Super Bowl ad in order to appeal to Millennials.
Katy Perry is Performing at the 2015 Super Bowl - So Now the FCC Has to Worry About chest cannons. [Bilboard] Sony Made a Masturbatory PS Vita Ad Then Yanked It [The Verge] JLo and Iggy Azalea Tried To Break the American Music Awards with their Butts [Rolling Stone] An Artist Broke Auction Records with a $44.4 Million Painting Sold at Sotheby's. Show More Summary
She’s always up for a challenge, and Katy Perry is hard at work putting together a killer halftime show for Super Bowl XLIX. The “I Kissed a Girl” songstress is featured in a new commercial from Pepsi called “Hyped for Halftime,” and there’s a unicorn as well as a fire-breathing great white shark. Katy explains, "I've got some insane ideas. Show More Summary
-London independent agency isobel launched this holiday spot for WestQuay (video above). -Sony has pulled a controversial ad from its European PlayStation YouTube channel. -GoDaddy’s lone Super Bowl commercial this year will featureShow More Summary
Another Super Bowl, another Danica Patrick commercial... because GoDaddy has just announced it's springing for another ad in the most expensive TV event of the year. Unclear if the Internet domain site will be spending $4 MILLION fo...
Earlier this month, we told you that NBC was having some trouble selling its last available ads for Super Bowl XLIX in February 2015. While some traditional advertisers are back, we do have some first-time buyers. Now the $4.5 million...Show More Summary
Advertisers are not snapping up time on the 2015 Super Bowl. Last week NBC reported that it had sold less than 90 percent of the advertising time. Seth Winter, executive vice president for sales of the NBC Sports told Stuart ElliottShow More Summary