During the Oscars this Sunday night, nimbly crafted ads highlighting both golden moments and gaffes will stream into Twitter and Facebook feeds. And don’t be surprised next month if new-Pope-themed promos—especially for those identified as Catholic—ascend into the social strata.
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There was (thankfully) no wardrobe malfunction during CBS' broadcast of the Super Bowl, but there was a fleeting expletive. Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco dropped the F-bomb. Celebrating the win while embracing teammate Marshal Yanda, Flacco said, "This is f-ing awesome."
Twitter's 24-hour Promoted Trend ad buy has sold for $120,000 per day during the last couple of years, allowing brands to occupy a prime slot on a popular site that sometimes resembles a digital campfire fo
Lincoln Motor Co. today will wrap the shoot for its first Super Bowl spot, a 60-second, road trip-themed journey that wends its way through Southern California’s San Fernando Valley. The stars of the commercial are extras—but not of the struggling-actor variety.