Chris Burkard is an adventure photographer made famous for his photoshoots in Iceland, where he's captured icy surf sessions, weddings, and even a Super Bowl commercial. During his most recent trip to Iceland, Burkard used one of Lytro's...Show More Summary
Sales of commercial time in Super Bowl XLIX by NBC, which will broadcast the game Feb. 1, is approaching 90 percent.
Former WWE superstar Tyler Reks recently filmed a commercial that was submitted as an entry for the “Doritos Crash the Super Bowl” contest. In the commercial titled “A Dorito A Day” shows a dying man that is terminally ill in a hospital bed. Show More Summary
It has not even aired on TV yet, but John Lewis' latest Christmas ad is already huge sensation. It is always a huge annual event in the UK — the retailer treats it like a Super Bowl commercial — but this year's tale of a boy arranging...Show More Summary
Super Bowl 2015 is scheduled for Sunday, February 1, 2015 and Doritos is once again looking for the best 30-second commercial that will air during Super Bowl XLIX. Not only will the grand prize winner of the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl...Show More Summary
Former Apple CEO John Sculley said that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs was successful in creating desire in Apple products because Jobs sold experiences, not products. Highlighting the Apple 1984 Super Bowl commercial, Sculley said in his interview with Entrepreneur Magazine that the ad didn't talk about specs or features, but an overall experience. Show More Summary
Nearly four years after the Super Bowl that was handled like many U.S. commercial flights (i.e., significantly more tickets sold than available seats), the folks who were under the mistaken impression that showing up at Cowboys Stadium with oversized cardboard admission vouchers would actually get them inside the game will get their day in court.…
Budweiser strikes again. Once again, with the help of a puppy, the beer maker created another viral commercial. Earlier this year, it aired a Super Bowl commercial titled “Puppy Love” that I deconstructed for Poynter.org readers. The...Show More Summary
"Fck It. I quit." We've seen some notable entries in the "How to Quit Your Job" category in recent times: There's been interpretive dancing, marching bands, and even a Super Bowl commercial. But somehow none of the above can touch KTVA reporter Charlo Greene's epic mic drop. Read Full Story
Budweiser has made us cry once again. Not through it watered down taste, no. But through its use of puppies to get an important point across. The beer company, who brought us to tears with its Super Bowl puppy love commercial, has released...Show More Summary
There is no way I am prepared to cry over a damn Budweiser commercial, unless it's one of those elaborate ones that feature puppies and horses during the Super Bowl. Then all bets are off. But on a regular day of the year? HOW DARE THEY MAKE ME HAVE EMOTIONS. Read more...
If you’ve ever idly wondered what Kenny G is up to these days, besides making random Super Bowl commercial cameos every once in a while and making friends with Weezer, here is your answer: He is sitting on his laptop early in the morning and playing around with his vast piles of money. The man [...]
You never know where U2 might turn up: It could be in a Super Bowl commercial, at an Apple product launch or even in your iTunes app, patiently awaiting a free download. The Irish arena rockers have proven to be savvy self-marketers and ubiquitous pop-culture presences, so it's not terribly...
During the 2013 Super Bowl, Marjorie Gayle Alaniz was captivated by a commercial for Dodge Ram trucks that featured portraits of American farmers. She couldn't help but notice, however, that among the many farmers shown, there were only a handful of women. Show More Summary
New York Giants QB Eli Manning might have more Super Bowl rings than his older brother Peyton, but the elder brother lands some serious marketing deals. The prolific brotherly duo are no strangers to commercials on the airwaves. Peyton sells everything from Buicks to Oreos. The Oreo lick-off commercial with his brother is burned in […]
First, there was the controversial Super Bowl commercial. Then, there was the uplifting parenting ad. Just last week, meanwhile, there was the couple who used the #ShareaCoke campaign to announced they're expecting. Now, Coca-Cola is...Show More Summary
Earlier this year, there were rumors that beloved kvetsh Larry David had been working on a new play (possibly involving Jerry Seinfeld)— and unlike the somewhat disappointing, much-rumored Seinfeld Super Bowl commercial reunion, it seems Larry made good on his evasiveness about the project. Show More Summary
Internet domain clearinghouse and noted soft-core Super Bowl commercial creator, GoDaddy, has recently announced that the company “has matured.” In fact, in a recent Adweek interview, the company announced it would stop making those questionable advertisements. “We’ve matured. Show More Summary
By analyzing the brainwaves of 16 individuals as they watched mainstream television content, researchers were able to accurately predict the preferences of large TV audiences, up to 90 percent in the case of Super Bowl commercials.
Thirty years after Apple took thinly veiled potshots at IBM in the now-famous 1984 Super Bowl commercial, the two companies are making nice.