Sunday, February 5, 2012

Super bowl commercials 2012

  • Last game: Giants beat 49ers, 20-17, OT; Patriots beat Ravens, 23-20. The rundown: Patriots playing in seventh Super Bowl. Theyre 3-3 in title games, winning after 2001, 2003 and 2004 seasons.
  • (Memphis Commercial Appeal)
  • Humor, movie references, computer-generated bears, real dogs, celebrities and scantily clad women are among the tried-and-true advertising staples being employed in Super Bowl XLVIs commercials.
  • (AZCentral.com)
  • The Super Bowl isnt just the biggest day of the year for football fans—its also the most important event for some of the worlds largest companies. A 30-second ad spot during this years game will cost an average of $3.
  • (Bleacherreport.com)
  • Gone are the days when the Super Bowl commercials were merely filler between plays on the field.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • But it becomes reality in this latest Super Bowl commercial spoiler, courtesy of Pepsi.
  • (Time)
  • In this weekend's high-stakes world of Super Bowl commercials (each 30-second spot sold for $3.
  • (Miami Herald)
  • Super Bowl commercials will never leave you unfazed. Adriana Limas racy Teleflora ad sent enough shockwaves this season due to its controversial message.
  • (International Business Times)
  • Lights please." "Super Bowl Sunday is about selling beer and SUVs, Charlie Brown. You needn't be a cynic to realize that the National Football League exists largely to attract an audience for TV commercials.
  • (The Spokesman-Review)
  • However, NBC says it will make the television ads available on demand soon after they run, so you wont have to miss out on all the chatter about the best and worst Super Bowl commercials. Other extras on NBCs video player include multiple viewing angles.
  • (CharlotteObserver.com)
  • Even the commercials are suppose to have a bounce back year after some lackluster ads during recent Super Bowls. Madonna is just kind of there. So when she comes out and actually does a pretty solid job, it will be a pleasant surprise to everybody involved.
  • (Bleacherreport.com)

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