Super Bowl 50: A Sneak Peek at the Commercials for 2016 – ABC News

From Doritos on date nights to Bud Light, Butterfinger candy bars and Mini Cooper cars, the ads slated for Super Bowl 50 are set to kick off the big game with a bevy of famed actors and other stars. Tony Case, executive editor of Ad Week, said there are very few places advertisers can go to get a lot of…

If Tesla ever made a Super Bowl ad, this would be it – The Verge

Tweet Share Tesla’s autopilot feature has led to some Model S owners doing stupid things with their cars for YouTube videos. While Tesla still considers its self-driving car features “beta,” the company is showing them off in its own YouTube video. There’s no amateur footage involved with Tesla’s own promo. In fact, if Tesla ever made a Super Bowl ad,…

Super Bowl TV Ads Reign, Even in a Digital World – Nasdaq

Shutterstock photo By Suzanne Vranica When digital marketing veteran Joanne Bradford was seeking to launch the first major advertising campaign for online lender Social Finance Inc., her first inclination was to go all digital. As chief operating officer of the privately-held startup, whose $4 billion valuation makes it one of Silicon Valley’s so-called unicorns, she sought out proposals from a…

Acee-Gehlken Chat: Super Bowl Ads – The San Diego Union-Tribune

Blood. Sweat. Tears. And that’s all during the commercial breaks. In the retrospective of Super Bowl advertising, we look at the last 50 years of winners, losers, hype and culture around the big game’s ad game. RELATED: #Superads Brought to you by The San Diego Union-Tribune and SDX, San Diego’s premier media, marketing and technology organization. Source: Google News Super…

PETA's Banned Super Bowl Ad 2016 is Very NSFW – Watch Now – Just Jared

PETA has released its new commercial, which was submitted for Super Bowl consideration even though it’s way too racy to be shown on television. The organization reportedly creates a commercial every year for the big game knowing that it will not be played on TV and instead releases it online. The commercial for 2016 shows two couples having sex with…

Watch: Super Bowl 2016 commercials leak for Pokemon, Doritos, Bud Light – SILive.com

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The excitement for one of the Super Bowl’s most beloved components — the commercials — is already so heightened that there are advertisements for the advertisements. Yes, even though the big game is two weeks away, there’s already a marketing war over whose commercial will be the most talked about.  So what can we expect to…

Avocado Marketer Stresses Over 2nd Year Super Bowl Ads – Chief Marketer

If the first time was a charm, the second time ought to be a  charm dripping with gold. That’s the hope for 2nd year Super Bowl advertisers as they get ready to hopefully wow the millions of fans that will watch the Broncos-Panthers fight it out Feb. 7 in Super Bowl 50. This article from The New York Times gives…

Watch: Pokemon Celebrates 20 Years With Super Bowl Ad – Variety

Pokemon aims to be the very best in its TV commercial that will air during Super Bowl 50. The 60-second ad celebrates 20 years of Pokemon and involves people from around the world repeating the phrase “I can do that” and preparing for a Pokemon tournament, with the tagline “Train On.” A 30-second version of the ad will run during…

2016 Super Bowl Commercial Preview: These 5 Brands Want Your Money Most – TheStreet.com

Reddit Email Print Reprint The Super Bowl 50 matchup between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos is set, but some additional players punched their tickets to the game long before the playoffs. From 2006 through 2015, the Super Bowl game has generated $2.38 billion of network advertising sales from more than 130 marketers, according to Kantar Media. The average rate…

Pokemon's Super Bowl ad is the very best – Engadget

We’re still a few weeks out from Super Bowl 50, but we’ve already been blessed with one of the most absurd — and amazing — ads of the season. To commemorate the franchise’s 20th anniversary, The Pokemon Company shelled out millions of dollars to create a Super Bowl ad that’ll run at the beginning of the game’s third quarter. Go…

Comedy Duo Key & Peele Will Star in Squarespace's Super Bowl Ad – Adweek

Squarespace is bringing comedians Keegan-Michael Kelly and Jordan Peele to Super Bowl 50. “Key & Peele are really indicative of a new generation of creators—the juxtaposition, the different topics they tackle in their comedies that probably seemed a little bit more taboo in the past,” said Chris Paul, vp of media and acquisition at Squarespace. “They’re on the bleeding edge…