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At $100,000 per second, Super Bowl ads are already expensive. But the success of spots like Doritos and Pepsi Max this year proves that the big guys don't have to pay ad firms to make the ads. Simply hold a contest and crowdsource it.
How was it possible that 1,250 seats weren't ready? How was it possible that the outside contractor was finishing up 2,000 other seats in the upper endzone minutes before game time? It was a crisis for a lot of people who spent their hard earned money to see their team. And the story was only touched upon once, briefly, during FOX's pregame show.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Clorox is releasing a study showing that dirty thoughts can lead to dirty consequences. According the study, bachelor and bacherlorette pads are hotbeds of sex — germ sex.
The horrible weather week that was called by Dallas meteorologists as the worst week in 15 years definitely put a smacking on the Super Bowl economy.
The folks at Sony's Columbia/Epic label are giving the winner of the contest two tickets to see Harry Connick Jr. live in Boston at the end of April.
PRELIMINARY INFORMATION: NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Void where prohibited. Darren Rovell’s Headline Contest (“Contest”) will begin on February 6, 2011, immediately following the conclusion of the football game being aired on FOX at 6:00 p.m. ET (the “Game”) and end twenty-five (25) minutes thereafter (“Contest Period”). All times in the Contest refer to Eastern Time (“ET”). Odds of winning depend upon the number of eligible Entries (defined below) received. Contest is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws.
I haven't seen a single Bud Light ad, but I've already decided that my favorite commercial during Sunday's game will be this one from VW.
In a crowded field of Super Bowl ads for the car companies, Volkswagen has scored early with a commercial attracting scores of viewers before it even airs during the game Sunday.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Friday's Squawk on the Street.
I hope the Super Bowl will be as exciting as expected. The commercials, that is. USA Today reports that six automakers will create a traffic jam during commercial breaks on Sunday, promoting nine different brands.
With the running time of games stretching to four hours or more, the game may not be over until close to 11 p.m. ET Sunday. Some have wondered if the game and the event might be better suited to Saturday. What do you think?
It appears as though the disastrous weather that came to Dallas this weekend, won't affect the ticket market much, as fans — for the most part — have been able to get down here.
Lawyers representing Sterling Equities, whose principals Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz also own the New York Mets, said Wednesday that the lawsuit that is being built against their clients by Madoff bankruptcy trustee Irving Picard is without merit.
“Bernie was part of the business plan for the Mets,” according to a former employee of the team, reports 'The New York Times.'
Cash-strapped cities and states are finding it almost impossible to justify fat financing deals for state-of-the-art football arenas.
For some, the Super Bowl is as much about the TV commercials as the sporting contest—unless, of course, your favorite team is on the field. Still, with all the commercials, is the game too long?
If weather cooperates, I will be leaving tomorrow to cover the business of the Super Bowl live from Dallas. But Friday night, after I do my last on air appearance, I’m boarding a plane and flying home before the game.
You know you're in La-La land when you don't have an NFL team, you don't have an NFL-approved stadium, but you do have the most enormous branding deal ever.
Counterfeiting costs American businesses alone more than $200 billion and, not surprisingly, the sports apparel counterfeiting business is continuing to grow.
The baseball columnist known for his in-depth analysis loved by baseball’s stat lovers told CNBC.com he is headed to SB Nation, a network of 295 sports blogs with more than 500 contributors that has raised nearly $24 million in funding since it was started by Tyler Bleszinski and his AthleticsNation blog in 2003.
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