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The NFL Will Run a Subtle but Chilling Super Bowl Ad About Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is not the kind of theme you'd expect among the beer, babes and laughs of Super Bowl advertising.

Despite Domestic Abuse Scandal, The Baltimore Ravens Were a Hot Ticket for Women in ’14

Men and women truly have different tastes even when it comes to sports teams.

After Ray Rice, the NFL Needs to Go Big to Restore Brand With Women

If the National Football League addresses the Ray Rice scandal as merely a public relations problem, most

DiGiorno Is Really, Really Sorry About Its Tweet Accidentally Making Light of Domestic Violence

DiGiorno Pizza has become one of the top brands on Twitter thanks to its quick wit and good ear for real-time conversations, but one careless tweet last night put that reputation at risk.

Twitter Top 10: Packers-Seahawks Brawl Owns Social Media

The Seattle Seahawks paddled the Green Bay Packers Thursday evening as the nation watched in horror on NBC, and that ruled the Twittersphere the week of Sept. 1. Though, fans who watched the 49ers beat the Cowboys on Fox talked trash louder and longer despite slightly smaller viewing numbers.

The NFL Catches Much Social Media Heat for Ray Rice Video

By posting a video of Ray Rice violently punching Janay Rice, his fiancee then (nee Palmer) and now his wife, TMZ accomplished something months of outrag

Verizon Extends NFL Play to Foursquare Ads

Verizon's multifaceted $1 billion partnership with the National Football League is getting a geo-social layer.

Manning, Denver Scare Up Huge NFL Kickoff Ratings for NBC

Despite a half-hour rain delay and a comprehensive butt-whuppin’ that threatened to send East Coast football fans off to bed early, the 2013 NFL Kickoff Game put up huge numbers for NBC.

Despite Blackout, Super Bowl Scores Record Ratings

Despite a 34-minute power outage that left CBS scrambling to impose order in New Orleans, the preliminary ratings suggest that last night’s Super Bowl may be the most-watched in history.

Endorsement Train Starts Early for Super Bowl QB

The “HarBowl” just a got a little bit sweeter for Joe Flacco. Flacco is the latest pro quarterback to grab an endorsement deal after reaching the Super Bowl. The Ravens quarterback just signed a one-year deal with Haribo, the world’s largest gummy, licorice and marshmallow manufacturer.