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The Gulf Between Regulatory Ability and the Demand for Eco-Friendly Cars

This piece originally appeared on Zócalo Public Square. During the 2010 Super Bowl, an ad came on featuring uniformed “Green Police” who put a guy in a headlock for taking a plastic bag, bust a man for failing to recycle an orange peel, and haul away an older gentleman for using regular lightbulbs instead of energy savers. Show More Summary

CBS Credits Strong Ad Market And Super Bowl For Help With Q1 Earnings Beat

Wall Street had high expectations for CBS’ Q1 numbers, and the network owner delivered — beating analyst forecasts for both revenues and earnings. That sent shares up 3% in post market trading, on top of the 18% increase since the beginning...Show More Summary

Denver Broncos: Way-Too-Early 53-Man Roster and Depth Chart Predictions

The Denver Broncos completed a productive draft that added a lot of depth, although not necessarily many starters. After winning the Super Bowl last season, 2016's team will look a bit different after the departure of some key players in free agency. Show More Summary

Mountain Dew is back with another surreal ad — this time there's a twerking cat (PEP)

Mountain Dew's Kickstart has followed up its memorable "PuppyMonkeyBaby" Super Bowl spot with another surreal ad. This time the star isn't a menagerie of animals amalgamated into one. There are several individual animals showing offShow More Summary

WATCH: Procter & Gamble is taking this ‘darkly brilliant’ ad to the Olympics — it will give you chills

4 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

For people who don’t like football, Super Bowl Sunday is the day to run to the kitchen during the plays but sit so glued to the screen watching the ads. The Olympic Games takes Super Bowl ad excitement and multiplies it: sixteen days of airtime provide a lot of opportunities to wow a global...

"Desperate Turds" Print Ad Added to Gallery of Drug Advertising Mascots

Are you constipated? Well, if it's caused by your opioid pain medication, you might need prescription Movantik (read "Cam Newton Was Not the Only One 'Blocked' During Super Bowl 50").But if it's just run of the mill "occasional constipation,"...Show More Summary

3 Major Things to Know About Beyoncé's Formation Tour

Beyoncé's Formation tour kicks off next week, and we can hardly wait! Ever since she made the announcement with an ad at the Super Bowl halftime show, fans have been anxiously awaiting the release of her new album. While there is still...Show More Summary

Agency Behind Doritos' Viral Super Bowl Ad Thinks American Ad Industry Should 'Loosen Up'

David Droga isn't the only Australian making headlines in the agency world. Sean Cummins has already left a memorable mark on American advertising, and he's ready to make an even bigger splash in the coming months. In short, he's coming for your business. Show More Summary

The Bob Odenkirk magic behind the new Apartments.com ads

Building on momentum from its "Movin' on Up" Super Bowl ad and past marketing campaigns, Apartments.com will release 10 ads total throughout 2016 syndicated across cable, sports, primetime and social media platforms. All the spots were directed by the talented Bob Odenkirk, also know as Saul Goodman or the lovable but flawed Jimmy McGill. Show More Summary

Twitter may score big with football digital rights

Jack Dorsey’s social-media firm won permission to stream 10 NFL games for a reported $10 mln. That’s the price of a one-minute Super Bowl ad, making the deal a cheap way to up the $12 bln service’s user base. Twitter may finally gain some ground against rivals like Facebook.

After Running a Radical Vertical Super Bowl Ad, Jeep Goes All-In on Snapchat

Jeep raised more than a few eyebrows in February when it chose to air its minute-long Super Bowl spot "Portaits" vertically, partly because the creative fit the size of a mobile phone. Now, the brand is permanently setting up shop on vertical-oriented Snapchat. Show More Summary

Radio Flyer Found a Cute, Clever Way of Showing What Its Little Red Wagon Means to Kids

2 months agoMarketing / Advertising : AdFreak

Growing up, we can't remember ever having seen an ad for Radio Flyer. (Turns out there's a reason for that.) But imagine what a modern one would be like, nourished both by nostalgia and Super Bowl beer commercials. Think back to what Radio Flyer represented when you were so small it could be anything, then scale up. Show More Summary

Automakers say electrics, hybrids no longer just gas-sippers

NEW YORK (AP) — When Toyota aired a Super Bowl television ad featuring a surprisingly quick Prius gas-electric hybrid eluding police, it marked a turning point for the auto industry. [...] hybrids and electrics have largely appealedShow More Summary

The best ad Apple produced from each year since its watershed 1984 Super Bowl hit (AAPL)

Apple released a quickfire ad at its Keynote on Monday celebrating the past 40 years in 40 seconds, with lots of references to the advertising that has helped position the company and its innovations at the top of the tech sector. With...Show More Summary

Russell Okung Signing a Continuation of Denver Broncos' Puzzling Offseason

Throughout his time with the Denver Broncos, John Elway has been a winner. He was a winner as a quarterback, bringing home a pair of Super Bowl rings. He added a third last year as the team's general manager. I want to believe Elway knows what he's doing. Show More Summary

Jameson Is Running Snapchat Geofilters Nationally, Making It the First Alcohol Brand to Do So

St. Patrick's Day is Jameson's Super Bowl, and this year the whiskey-maker is serving up its ads on Snapchat. The Pernod Ricard-owned brand is the first alcohol company to buy a national Snapchat geofilter that's age-gated so it's only served to people over 21. Show More Summary

If You're Happy and You Know It... Eat?

A colleague passed along this video of the Weight Watchers commercial played during the Super Bowl. It probably does not surprise you that I did not watch the Super Bowl... but I hate that I missed this ad! It is fantastic! Please watch -- it's a minute long -- go. Show More Summary

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