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Competitors Are Taking Chobani to Court Over ‘Scare Tactics’ Used in Its Ads

The Greek yogurt wars just got uglier. Chobani has long based its advertising and marketing on its products' natural ingredients, but two Chobani ads claiming Dannon and Yoplait's Greek-style yogurts are laced with chlorine and pesticides, respectively, landed the Greek yogurt giant in court this month.

Why Dannon Is Betting Big on Programmatic Video

Even yogurt is going programmatic. As part of a move to take roughly 15 percent to 20 percent of its video buying programmatic in the next year, Dannon recently became one of the first brands to run a campaign using Facebook's LiveRail platform, which effectively helped it reach 90 percent of its target audience.

Dannon’s Oikos Helped to Revive Full House, but Won’t Be There to Enjoy It

More than a year before John Stamos lit a nostalgic bonfire with his announcement of a Full House revival, Oikos Greek yogurt had the same idea.

Does See-Through Packaging Really Boost Sales?

Marketers are beginning to see the benefits and pitfalls of transparent packaging more clearly.

Bud Dominating Pre-Super Bowl Engagement

When it comes to the pre-Super Engagement Bowl, the game is already over, and Budweiser won by two touchdowns. Though Axe played admirably.

Stamos, Saget and Coulier Going All Out for Full House Super Bowl Reunion

As the clock ticks toward the Super Bowl kickoff, few people are working the pre-promotion circuit quite like John Stamos, Bob Saget and Dave Coulier.

10 Super Bowl Ads Bound to Score (or Fumble)

The Super Bowl doesn’t just give lovers of advertising something to look forward to every year—it also largely determines which ads we’ll still be talking about a year later. At […]

Oikos Super Bowl Ad Likely Won’t Satisfy Full House Fans

If Dannon's Super Bowl ad teaser left you hoping for a Full House-themed spot in the big game, you're probably going to be disappointed.

Dannon’s Super Bowl Ad Will Be a Full House Reunion

Have you dared to dream that a reunion of the Full House uncles might someday be in the cards? Well, in the immortal words of a young Michelle Tanner, "You got it, dude."

Fox Sells Out the Super Bowl

Fox has sold the last of its available in-game Super Bowl spots, securing an average rate of $4 million per 30 seconds of airtime for the Feb. 2 broadcast.Media buyers said that latecomers who urgently wanted to break into the NFL’s marquee event invested as much as $4.5 million per :30.