Count it the dumbest denunciation ever: NARAL, formerly the National Abortion Rights Action League, slamming a Super Bowl ad for “humanizing fetuses.” If they weren’t human, folks, abortion wouldn’t be controversial. The silly Doritos spot opens with a pregnant woman … Continued
Ben Stiller appeared on “The Tonight Show” Monday night and aired a rejected commercial for female viagra.
(John Hinderaker) I understand that Jeb Bush ran an ad on the Super Bowl yesterday. If so, I missed it, like much else. I was multitasking. I doubt that the ad will do much to salvage Jeb’s flailing campaign. But when you have lots of money and little popular support, I guess you have to do something. Show More Summary
Americans are a funny bunch. We Canadians don’t understand why they’re so loud sometimes, or whether Donald Trump is a Disney character or an actual politician, or why no one down here understands the proper use of “eh?” or “washroom.”...Show More Summary
Companies paid $5m for 30-second Super Bowl ads. It took Peyton Manning a fraction of that time to accomplish the game’s biggest plug. ||| New York - Companies paid $5 million for 30-second ads during Super Bowl 50. It took Peyton Manning about two seconds to accomplish the game’s biggest plug. Show More Summary
Super Bowl commercials: In the Feb. 8 Calendar section, a column about media messages during the Super Bowl said there were no ads this year that were similar to a public service announcement against domestic violence that aired during last year's game. A similar PSA against domestic violence aired...
Jeep's quiet Super Bowl ad strives for nostalgia and authenticity, and falls a bit short on both counts. The post Why Jeep’s $10M Super Bowl Ad Only Used a Third of the Screen appeared first on WIRED.
A Quicken Loans Super Bowl ad for its Rocket Mortgage service has brought the company accusations that it promotes a reckless lending environment like the one that contributed to a housing crash and the Great Recession. The ad toutsShow More Summary
The Super Bowl featured an ad for the upcoming film "Jason Bourne" that revealed Matt Damon's ripped body.
Marilyn Monroe. Steve McQueen. B.B. King. Jeff Goldblum. The Terminator. With a cast like that, it's no wonder "Portraits," Jeep's stirring commercial for Super Bowl 50, is a winner. Today, the minute-long spot for the Fiat ChryslerShow More Summary
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American defense contractor Northrop Grumman unveiled its vision for the Pentagon's new futuristic fighter jet on Sunday in a television commercial broadcast to over 100 million viewers during the Super Bowl.
The mystery surrounding Fiat-Chrysler’s two Super Bowl commercials was lifted when a pair of Jeep ads were shown during the game. Both commercials continued a recurring theme from FCA to deviate away from engaging in humor and histrionics. Show More Summary
There were some terrible Super Bowl ads this year, but this one wins my prize for worst ad of the Big Game. A nation of consumers consumering all over the place, because they got their mortgages by pressing a button on their phone. So easy a child can do it. Show More Summary
Soda commercials so often depict cute baby polar bears, families hugging or people who probably don't drink soda looking glamorous drinking the stuff. And while this year's Super Bowl ad portrayed Coca Cola as desirable to the likesShow More Summary
Some of the most memorable moments from last night's Super Bowl weren't Peyton Manning's rocket passes or even Beyonce's half time performance.
The Doritos Super Bowl ad didn’t work because it bolstered a political viewpoint. It worked because it resonated—and that should terrify pro-abortion advocates.
Esurance proved that a less expensive pregame Super Bowl ad can actually create more buzz than an in-game spot, which cost $5 million per 30 seconds. What's more, the brand chiefly leaned on Twitter—not Facebook—to accomplish its feat. Show More Summary
Hyundai is the first automaker to top USA Today's influential survey of Super Bowl commercials. Continue reading Hyundai's Super Bowl ads score on Ad Meter Hyundai's Super Bowl ads score on Ad Meter originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 08 Feb 2016 18:05:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments