Olympic skier Ted Ligety plays straight man to a sullen, animated snowflake in this 90-second spot from Al Gore's Climate Reality Project.
2014 Winter Olympics
NBC probably made a wise choice in buying Twitter's prominently featured Promoted Trend ad to alert folks about the USA vs. Canada hockey match today.
AMC’s The Walking Dead once again took a ragged bite out of the Winter Olympics, topping the 9-10 p.m. EST segment of NBC’s Sunday night coverage by more than 20 percent.
The Olympic athletes in this Dos Equis ad may just be actors (the Olympics won't let non-sponsors use legit athletes for advertising), but they still end up being the stars of this ad ostensibly about the Most Interesting Man in the World.
Have you been waiting for someone to come up with a Jamaican Bobsled Team reggae song synced with the course in Sochi, fitting the exact shape of the racetrack with all its twists and turns?
While the conjunctivitis-plagued Bob Costas may not look back fondly on the 2014 Winter Olympics, Sochi’s stellar ratings performance has left NBC’s ad sales team in the pink.
While the Winter Olympics has put the NHL’s 2013-14 campaign on ice for the next two weeks, the league’s in-house cable network hasn’t exactly been idle. In fact, beginning Feb.
The midseason premiere of AMC’s The Walking Dead did its usual number on the rest of the TV landscape, scaring up 15.8 million viewers and a whopping 8.2 rating in the adults 18-49 demo.