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Advertisers sit tight as the Grammys strikes a sour note
Recording Academy controversy unlikely to impact CBS's broadcast.
Watch the extended cut of Porsche’s first Super Bowl commercial in 23 years
‘The Heist’ features a multi-car race through Germany, spotlighting the new electric Taycan.
Fox adds commercial time to Super Bowl to accommodate more advertisers
The "floater" break will air during an unforeseen interruption in game play.
Agency brief: Super Bowl stunts and SNL-esque spoofs
FanDuel spot sees one extreme sports fan creating high-risk obstacles in the Big Game; plus watch a Subaru Impreza parody of pharma ads.
Richard Edelman, Annie Leibovitz among 2020 Advertising Hall of Fame inductees
Eight individuals and one company are set to enter the Advertising Hall of Fame later this year.
Super Bowl advertisers embrace diversity ... cautiously
Big Game marketers look to better represent women and minorities without offending anyone.
Amazon returns to Super Bowl with Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi
The comedian and talk-show host tweeted a teaser on Friday announcing the spot.
Super Bowl alert: what's trending, and it's another P&G ad
I’m Jeanine Poggi, Ad Age’s senior editor, counting down to Super Bowl LIV. In a little over a week, the Kansas City Chiefs will take on the San Francisco 49ers at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. Leading up to the game on Feb. 2, which will air on Fox, Ad Age will bring you breaking news, analysis and first looks at the high-stakes, Big-Game commercials—all in our Super Bowl Alerts newsletter. Sign up right here to get them in your email.
Join Ad Age on Jan. 28 as we bring together some of the top brands, agencies and creatives, including Hyundai, BBDO, Sabra hummus, Madonna Badger, Pop-Tarts and WeatherTech, to discuss what it takes to pull off a Super Bowl commercial.
Cringe through this spot for d-to-c hearing aid brand Eargo
The company tapped new AOR Huge for its first national brand campaign.
How Apple changed personal computing—and the Super Bowl—overnight
On January 22, 1984, Apple released a Hail Mary ad for its Hail Mary new computer and left an indelible mark on culture.