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2019 Super Bowl LIII (53) Commercials

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Bud Light backtracks from its Super Bowl ads about corn syrup

Anheuser-Busch InBev spent big on Super Bowl ads this year, shelling out for 6 minutes worth of ad time at an average price tag of $5.2 million per 30 seconds. It used the time to advertise its beer brands including Budweiser, Stella Artois, and Michelob Ultra. But it was the two Bud Light ads about corn syrup that […]

Jeep Gets Record Views Without Super Bowl Expenditure

A Jeep spot released in advance of the Super Bowl has “shattered” the automaker’s online record by garnering over 106 million views.  And the eight commercials released as part of Fiat Chrysler Automobile’s “Big Game Blitz” digital and social strategy have aggregated more than 169 million views — well beyond the estimated viewership for the game […]

Around the Web: Super bowl ads left much to be desired

From the disappointing SpongeBob SquarePants tribute at halftime to the boring and frustrating game between the Patriots and the Rams — the lowest-scoring game in Super Bowl history — it is easy to see why fans were excited for the next round of commercials. However, fans should have been equally disappointed by the ads that were neither funny nor […]

Why This Year’s Super Bowl Ads Were ‘Meh’

If the Super Bowl is the culmination of a year of great football, then Super Bowl commercials are the pinnacle of great marketing. At least they should be. But the ads for this year’s big game, which cost a reported $5 million per 30-second spot, were decidedly lackluster (a word many also used to describe […]

Super Bowl Broadcast News

Thirty-second spots during the 2019 Super Bowl (LIII) are selling for approx. $5 million, which is close to the same as ads from 2018. The Super Bowl will be broadcast on CBS from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. on Feb. 3, 2019. The halftime entertainment headliner will be Maroon 5, and have had a bit of a hard time finding a replacement after several artists turned down offers. Just before Christmas it was announced that Travis Scott will join Maroon 5 during the halftime show.

Last Year’s Ratings

Neilsen Ratings 2018: According to results from The Nielsen Company, the broadcast of Super Bowl LII (2018) on NBC had an average audience of 103.4 million viewers, and had a preliminary 43.1 U.S. household rating. (That is a drop off of approximately 7% from the 2017 Super Bowl) Super Bowl LII was also the most live-streamed Super Bowl ever, delivering an Average Minute Audience (AMA) of 2.02 million viewers via the NBC Sports app, NBCSports.com, NBC.com ‘TV Everywhere,’ En Vivo app, NFL.com, NFL Mobile from Verizon, the Yahoo Sports app, and go90. Last night’s live stream peaked at 3.1 million concurrent streams. In regard to the social nature of the big game, 170.7 million social media interactions across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter in the U.S. about Super Bowl LII on NBC on Feb. 4, 2018. The top three most social minutes of the telecast on Twitter occurred at 10:20 ET p.m., during which 240,000 Twitter interactions were sent discussing the Eagles winning, 8:35 ET p.m., during which 150,000 Twitter interactions were sent discussing the Pepsi Halftime Show, and 10:06 ET p.m., during which over 129,000 Twitter interactions were sent discussing Tom Brady’s fourth-quarter fumble.There were 122.1 million organic interactions on Facebook in the U.S. about the game, with 62% of these interactions sent by females and 32% sent by people aged 34 and under.

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