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Apple, IBM team up to develop apps for businesses

Thirty years after Apple took thinly veiled potshots at IBM in the now-famous 1984 Super Bowl commercial, the two companies are making nice.

Ali Landry: Life After Doritos

Ali Landry: Photo Credit - Melissa Andries Celebrity Ali Landry made her big splash into the homes of millions with her spot in the 1998 Doritos commercial that aired during the Super Bowl. Millions...Show More Summary

Ali Landry: Life After Doritos

Ali Landry: Photo Credit - Melissa Andries Celebrity Ali Landry made her big splash into the homes of millions with her spot in the 1998 Doritos commercial that aired during the Super Bowl. Millions...Show More Summary

Fan Records New U2 Song Blasting From Bono’s Beach House — Again

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

U2 were supposed to make a big return this year with a new Danger Mouse-produced album. They released the new single “Invisible,” they shot a Super Bowl commercial, they made a music video, and they performed on Jimmy Fallon’s first Tonight Show. But then the album was delayed. Depending on who you ask, it’s either [...]

Super Bowl in July? Watch a New Budweiser Clydesdale Commercial for FIFA World Cup Round of 16

This article has nothing to do with hooves, except for the fact that the Budweiser Clydesdales have big, heavy, famous ones. By tonight, everyone will have seen this commercial, but here's a preview of what will surely make a delightful...Show More Summary

Disrupting Hillary

In one of the most enduring images from the lead-up to the 2008 Democratic primaries, frontrunner Hillary Clinton appeared in a rogue political ad as Big Brother. It was a take-off on the infamous 1984 Super Bowl commercial that pitted...Show More Summary

Banned Grey Poupon Commercial Is Hilarious, Immediately Goes Viral [Video]

Besides the Super Bowl, commercials are usually the time someone turns away from the television. If this commercial popped up on my TV, I would replay it over and over again while wiping away my tears from laughter. When a commercial is good, it’s good. The “banned” Grey Poupon commercial is asking the very personal […]

Laverne Cox Discusses Her Relationship With Her Mother in Inspiring “It Gets Better” PSA

While we have to deal with Cadillac making asshole-American Super Bowl commercials, it’s nice to know that other auto companies are actually… Read More

You Don't Need to Be a Soccer Fan to Love These World Cup Commercials

It's not the Super Bowl, but the World Cup sure is bringing out advertisers' A-games when it comes to commercials. All the action kicked off with the opening ceremony in Brazil on Thursday, but over the past few weeks, there have been plenty of funny and inspiring ads leading up to the games. Show More Summary

World Cup Ads Have Already Been Shared More Than Super Bowl Ads

World Cup 1, Super Bowl 0 Before the first kickoff, ads related to the World Cup have already been shared more than this year's crop of Super Bowl commercials, according to marketing-technology company Unruly. The top-20 World Cup 2014 ads have so far netted 6.9 million shares across social media. Show More Summary

Apple promises $2 million to help bring Super Bowl 50 to Bay Area

Since the airing of Apple’s iconic “1984? commercial to launch the Macintosh, tech companies have had a special relationship with the Super Bowl. Now Apple is one of several tech giants — also including Google, Yahoo and Intel — which … Read more ›

NBC Is Demanding A Crazy Amount Of Money For Super Bowl Commercials

Advertising during the Super Bowl has always been an important event unto itself. The 30 and 40 second timeslots that populate the big game are guaranteed to be seen by millions of viewers and frequently go viral. That makes the limited number of spaces incredibly desirable, which, of course, drives up the prices. Show More Summary

NBC Super Bowl Commercials Could Cost Record-Breaking $4.5 Million

The 30-second spots during the 2015 Super Bowl are set be the most expensive ever, up from an average of $4 million on Fox this year. read more

What Personalized TV Means for Content Marketing

How long has it been since you were excited about watching commercials during a television broadcast? With the exception of the Super Bowl, probably never. Internet TV executives recognize the annoyance that commercials cause, and are banking on a personalized content experience becoming common the near future. read more

3-Month Old Puppy Takes Horse for a Walk

The following video features a three-month old puppy taking a dog for a walk. What else needs to be said?!? Check it out now: Puppy Walks Horse Guess that Budweiser Super Bowl commercial with the canine and the Clydesdale wasn't so far-fetched...Show More Summary

Stephen A. Smith Is the Little Voice Inside Richard Sherman's Stomach in New Ad

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman became a household name last season as he helped lead his team to a Super Bowl victory. Now, he is cashing in on his fame. Sherman now does commercials for Oberto Beef Jerky. In one of his first ads, Sherman teamed up with ESPN personality Stephen A. Show More Summary

Texans Sell “Jerry Ricecake” Jerseys Because They Think You’ll Buy Anything

Hey, would you like to buy the jersey of an NFL player who doesn't really exist, but was simply made up by a marketing department as the sequel to a Super Bowl commercial that wasn't all that funny in the first place?

Karen O and N.A.S.A Cover Bob Marley's "I Shot the Sheriff"

Back in January, in commercials that aired during the Super Bowl and the Grammys, some may have noticed the lilting voice of Karen O doing a rendition of Bob Marley's "I Shot the Sheriff." Most probably only heard the song in snippets,...Show More Summary

Pew: U.S. Low on Religiously Diversity

The United States has often been described as a religiously diverse country, an image celebrated in forums ranging from scholarly work to a popular bumper sticker and even a recent Coca-Cola commercial during the Super Bowl. But, from...Show More Summary

Kevin Spacey Replaces E-Trade Talking Baby In New Advertising Campaign

Actor Kevin Spacey is the new E-Trade pitchman. Last month, the online brokerage announced that it was retiring the talking baby commercials that have been familiar to TV watchers since the 2008 Super Bowl. With a new management team in place, E-Trade decided it wanted to go into another direction with its advertising content. In

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