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Thirty-second spots during Super Bowl XLVIII are being sold for an average of $4.0 million (with some as much as $4.5 million) which is averaging up about $300,000 from 2013. The Super Bowl XLVIII will be broadcast on FOX from MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands in New Jersey on Feb. 2, 2014. UPDATED WEATHER : Temperatures are expected to be relatively mild at kickoff, likely hovering in the low-to-mid 40s and falling throughout the game. There may be a stray rain shower at some point, but otherwise cloudy skies and light winds are expected to prevail.

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M&M’s Delights Viewers With ‘Nutty’ Super Bowl Ad

Fans turned MetLife Stadium into a mass of orange, blue and green on Super Sunday, but the color that really stood out in Super Bowl XLVIII was … yellow. Today, Mars Chocolate North America unveiled another MVP-caliber Super Bowl commercial for M&M’S® Brand that shined a spotlight on M&M’S® Peanut – and confirmed its beloved character Yellow’s reputation as “America’s…

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Doritos Announces Winner Of $1 Million Grand Prize In Global Advertising Contest

PepsiCo’s Doritos brand today awarded $1 million (U.S.) to one talented winner from Scottsdale, Ariz., for creating the best homemade Doritos ad in the brand’s global “Crash the Super Bowl” contest. Ryan Andersen, creator of “Time Machine,” received the most fan votes on www.doritos.com to edge out Amber Gill from Ladera Ranch, Calif., whose ad “Cowboy Kid” received the second-highest…

‘Puppy Love’ wins 2014 Super Bowl Ad Meter

Budweiser’s precious puppy has pranced off with the best-of-breed ribbon for Super Bowl commercials. Never mind that it aired with just two minutes left in a dog of a game. For the second consecutive year — and the 12th time in the past 14 years — Anheuser-Busch has earned one the most coveted of U.S. advertising honors, winning USA TODAY’s…

Buzzfeed: The Only Super Bowl Commercials Worth Watching

It wasn’t a great night for Super Bowl ads, but here are the ones everyone will be talking about. 1. The Doritos time machine: 2. McDonalds’ bad lip reading: 3. Bud Light’s epic night out: 4. Toyota’s very muppet road trip: 5. Coca-Cola’s multi-lingual “It’s Beautiful”: 6. Audi’s terrifying and hilarious doberhuahua rampage: 7. Goldieblox’s empowering sing-a-long: 8. T-Mobile and…

Variety Says “Who Scored, And Who Wasted Their Money”

CLEAR WINNERS Volkswagen: German engineers sprouting wings each time one of their cars hits 100,000 miles — including wings of varying sizes in the men’s room? Genius. Chevy: The company’s spot about World Cancer Day was just beautiful — haunting, touching, a little movie, played out in 30 seconds. Hyundai Genesis: Who can’t relate to the idea of a dad…

What Happens When Small Shops Tackle Big Spots

You’re a small agency and you’ve caught a huge break — you’ve been tapped to create a Super Bowl spot. How much does that affect your culture? Pretty radically, say shops that have been through it. It can give an agency instant credibility, but it can also add a lot of stress in trying to meet the demands that come…

Coca-Cola’s “America the Beautiful” Super Bowl Commercial Sparks Outrage on Twitter

Who knew a Coke commercial could cause such an uproar? Coca-Cola aired a Super Bowl commercial titled “It’s Beautiful,” with a simple premise: scenes from American life (families, pool parties, road trips, what have you) with “America the Beautiful” playing in the background. The twist? The patriotic tune was sung in different languages. The uproar began as some people began…

The Denver Post Top five 2014 Super Bowl commercials

According to the Denver Post these ads were most effective. (unlike the Denver offense) Budweiser “Puppy Love” A Lab puppy falls in love with a Clydesdale, to the tune of “Let Her Go” by Passenger. When the puppy is sold, the horse jumps the fence to run after the beloved pup. Reunited, they’re “Bestbuds.” From the panel: Robinson: “The marketers…

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