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Making Of Nissan's "With Dad" Super Bowl Ad: Video

last weekVehicles / Cars : TopSpeed

Nissan tugged at the heart strings of many Super Bowl XLIX viewers with its “With Dad” commercial that proved to be the simultaneous global debut of two completely different cars: the GT-R LM NISMO racecar and the 2016 Nissan Maxima sedan. Show More Summary

Charles Barkley and Samuel L. Jackson star in hilarious new March Madness ad

Super Bowl ads get all the attention, but after the Great Super Bowl Commercial Depression of 2015 (thanks, Nationwide), this year’s (...)

Should you download that app for your kid? It’s a hard question to answer.

Maybe it's because of an ad on the Metro, or a billboard by the road. Maybe it's due to a Super Bowl commercial. But with mobile games spending big bucks for prominent advertising, it may only be a matter of time before your kid pesters you about an app they want to download, before you get […]

The Company Behind the Super Bowl’s Sleaziest Ads Thinks It’s Worth $2.7 Billion

GoDaddy, the Web-hosting company known for risqué and often shocking Super Bowl commercials, thinks it could be worth up to $2.72 billion. Yes, that GoDaddy, the one that had supermodel Bar Refaeli stage a prolonged kiss with a generic...Show More Summary

Starbucks is splitting its stock

Starbucks just announced a 2-for-1 stock split. More to come... Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Nationwide's Super Bowl commercial about dead children is about corporate profits... in a way that we can all apprec...

'Dancing With the Stars' Charlotte McKinney's breakout boobs don't guarantee a perfect Jive

Fresh off her sexy Carl's Jr. Super Bowl commercial, Charlotte McKinney took her talents to the dance floor -- this time doing the Jive on "Dancing With the Stars" Season 20 with professional partner Keo Motsepe.While in dance rehearsals...Show More Summary

Charlotte McKinney Heats Up The Stage On ‘Dancing With The Stars': How Did #TeamKeolette Score On ‘DWTS’ Season Premiere?

All eyes are on Charlotte McKinney on this season of Dancing With the Stars. The beautiful model is best known for starring in the 2015 Carl’s Jr. Super Bowl commercial, and now she’s heating up the stage on DWTS with her pro partner, Keo Motsepe. Show More Summary

NCAA tournament makes more than $1.1 billion selling TV commercials

The NFL is famous for its high-priced Super Bowl commercials. But when it comes to the bottom-line for the entire post-season, the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament is not far behind. In 2014, the NCAA Tournament generated $1.13 billion...Show More Summary

Let's Take Women (And Their Health) Seriously

Despite working as a writer in New York City, I'm admittedly uninterested in television ads. Still, there was no way to avoid the fanfare of Always' Super Bowl commercial "Run like a Girl," which shows the pervasive cultural misgivings...Show More Summary

Pro-life vid of the day: The girl saved by a commercial

by Hans Johnson Five years ago there was quite the uproar when Focus On the Family sponsored a pro-life tv ad featuring Tim Tebow and his mother Pam during the Super Bowl. People even claimed it would cost lives. Of course, quite the opposite happened. Show More Summary

McDonald’s Just Admitted That It Desperately Needs to Become More Like Five Guys

Remember when McDonald’s rolled out “Pay With Lovin’,” a two-week promotion that asked customers to do tricks for their food in lieu of, well, paying for it? As cute as the company’s Super Bowl commercial may have made that idea look, it seems that most American customers didn’t feel the same way. Show More Summary

Every Single Product Advertised in the Super Bowl, Reviewed by Me

Every year, millions of people around the country gather around the TV to witness the country's most important ritual: The Super Bowl Commercials. Read more...

New ad takes 'Like a Girl' as a compliment, not an insult

These young women do everything "like girls" — and that's just fine by them. The previous "Like a Girl" ad from Always, which was released in June 2014 and dominated the Super Bowl commercial lineup, focused on changing the implications of the phrase from an insult to a statement of empowerment. Show More Summary

Always Unveils 'Like a Girl' Sequel Showing Girls Redefining the Phrase for Real

The original Always "Like a Girl" commercial—which broke last summer and got 56 million views on YouTube before getting a plum Super Bowl ad slot last month—was primarily a challenge. It urged girls to redefine the phrase from one of weakness to one of strength. Show More Summary

Fox News' Elisabeth Hasselbeck Blasts 'SNL' For ISIS Sketch

4 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

Elisabeth Hasselbeck is not amused by the controversial "Saturday Night Live" ISIS sketch, slamming the "insensitive" bit for going too far. The skit is a play on a Toyota Super Bowl commercial in which a father is seen raising his daughter...Show More Summary

Why Are Fast-Food Restaurants Making Us Do Tricks for Our Food?

Fast-food chains already took our health. Now they’re going after our dignity. It started this past weekend when McDonald’s aired its “Pay With Lovin’ ” Super Bowl commercial, a promotion that runs from Feb. 2 through Valentine’s Day and randomly selects customers to—you guessed it—“pay with lovin’ ” instead of, you know, normal money. Show More Summary

This Month in SocImages (February 2015)

SocImages News: The Washington Post name-dropped SocImages in its article on this year’s female-friendly Super Bowl commercials, specifically our collection of ejaculation imagery in ads. I weighed in on Valentine’s Day at the Bitch podcast, Popaganda. I was able to contribute to articles at the Greatist (Are We Seriously Not Having Better Sex Than Our Parents?) and  Los […]

McDonald’s gifts entire Jim Gaffigan audience with cheeseburgers, McGriddles. Super Bowl Pay with Lovin’ commercial takes on new life (VIDEO)

last monthHumor : Laughspin

It’s not every day that we get to see exercise routines and fast food sharing a spotlight. At least, not in a way that’s usually beneficial to the fast food company. But over the weekend, Jim Gaffigan proved that working out and indulging in the occasional zillion calorie mc-cheese burger don’t have to be mutually exclusive events. Show More Summary

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