There are so many great games in the Google Play Store library — don't fall for sleazy advertising tricks. It's safe to say that aside from the Super Bowl, people generally go out of their way to avoid watching ads. We use ad blockers...Show More Summary
Nice try Harbour, we all know a new portal to the Upside Down has opened up down there. SEE ALSO: David Harbour is as smooth as butter in this hilarious Super Bowl ad for Tide After a challenge on Twitter that escalated dramatically,...Show More Summary
After AMVETS' Super Bowl ad was rebuffed by the NFL, Clay Greenfield reached out to the foundation to put it on his truck.
The post-Super Bowl episode of “This Is Us” added a…
Trout Unlimited President and CEO Chris Wood asked the company's CEO to pull the advertising he says "glorified" the potential destruction of fish habitat.
Clement added two tattoos to his body after winning the Super Bowl.
McConaughey is a hardcore fan of Washington, so this is a particularly nice gesture. Imagine watching a division rival win a Super Bowl. Then imagine taking out a full-page newspaper ad to congratulate that rival’s quarterback. That’s...Show More Summary
Actor Matthew McConaughey took out a full page ad in a Texas newspaper to congratulate fellow Texan and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles on his Super Bowl win
The Super Bowl MVP is alright, alright, alright by Matthew McConaughey.
It’s a good time to be Nick Foles.
Austin, Texas, isn’t exactly Eagles country, but the Eagles’ Super Bowl LII title is being recognized there. That’s because Eagles quarterback and Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles was born and raised in Austin, and another Austin native bought a full-page ad in today’s Austin American-Statesman to congratulate him. “From one local to another, congratulations Nick [more]
During the Super Bowl, Verizon aired a one-minute ad highlighting a series of remarkable stories from first responders and the people they rescued. The ad was thoughtful, well put-together, and drew attention to the sacrifice and courage of first responders in a most excellent way. Show More Summary
There’s your manifesto! This year’s Jeep Super Bowl ad was more than a breath of fresh air in the middle of turgid political pronouncements and vapid virtue signaling. It was a reminder that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has a rock-solid grip on what its core product is and how to develop said product. Show More Summary
The Super Bowl has always been the "Big Game" not just for sports fans, but for the entire marketing industry. Many viewers watch the game solely for the ads, and marketers look to each year's event as a barometer for the health of TV advertising. 2018 was no exception, as more than 100 million viewers...
The results are in for the second Super Bowl where Canadians were allowed to watch American ads, and they’re about the same as the last time around, which comes as a big financial hit for Canada’s Bell Media. As per Emily Jackson of The...Show More Summary
Putting Jeff Bezos in a Super Bowl ad isn't the only major material business decision Amazon is making in Q1... After more than a year of anticipation as Amazon has expanded the number of its distribution centers, partnered with landlords...Show More Summary
Here are this week's best online videos, including. Falcon Heavy Test Flight, Marvel's Venom Trailer, Super Bowl LII Best Ads, DeepFakes banned and more! More »
Plenty of Super Bowl ads were entertaining, but which really had an impact at the brand level? Toyota topped that list with the Saatchi & Saatchi spot "Good Odds," according to new data from Unruly, based on the company's "EQ" scores, a combined metric that scores ads on their likely emotional, social and business impact....
Here’s to hoping that next year’s Super Bowl commercials stay away from using icons like MLK to sell their wares.