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Topic: Super Bowl

It's a Week Later. Do You Recall the Brands Behind These Famous Super Bowl Ads? [Video]

It might be harder than you think

Remember those amusing Super Bowl commercials from a week ago? Sure you do. Remember the brands behind them? Well, not so fast.  A week after Super Bowl 50, we caught up…

Supercut: All the Ads From Super Bowl 50 in Just 2.5 Minutes [Video]

This year, everything was talking

It's Monday, the day after Super Bowl 50, and we're still trying to make sense of the commercials. We literally saw it all, from a curious spot about opioid induced…

Animals or Celebrities? Super Bowl Viewers Pick Their Favorite Commercial Stars [Video]

Which are more memorable?

When you're spending roughly $5 million for a 30-second spot, like advertisers for this year's Super Bowl are, you want it to be something people remember. With that in mind,…

Adweek's 2015 Super Bowl Supercut: See All the Ads in 2 Minutes

Fasten your seatbelt for our annual mashup

As the dust has finally begun to settle on the spectacle that was Super Bowl XLIX, we're getting a little teary-eyed—either from reminiscing about the night that was, or because…

Your Favorite Super Bowl Ad Ever? We Asked People in Times Square

Some classics, and some blank stares

It's that time of year again, folks. It's time for the Super Bowl—of advertising. Yeah, there's a game happening, but if you happen to be someone who's eager to be…

A Walk Down Super Bowl Boulevard Wearing Google Glass

Adweek cyborg Chris Heine visits the midtown mayhem

For those who haven't had the opportunity to try Google Glass, the wearable device can safely be described as a work-in-progress when it comes to utilities. But boy, does Glass…

Mad Men Get Real About the Super Bowl Ad

Does the big spot die or does it adapt?

Does the big Super Bowl ad die or adapt? Deutsch's Brent Vartan, Digital Pulp's Gene Lewis, Grey's Tor Myrrhen and Crossmedia's Kamran Ashgar weigh in.

The Oreo Guy: How to Win the Big Game

360i's Adam Kerj explains how Super Bowl ads should evolve

360i's Adam Kerj, the man behind the Oreo blackout tweet, explains how Super Bowl ads should evolve.

Media Thought Leaders Talk About the End of the Big Super Bowl Ad

When is it all over?

TVGN's Brad Schwartz, Ghost Robot's Zach Mortensen, Wired's Howard Mittman and Mindshare's David Lang on the big spot in the Big Game.

Digital Gurus Discuss the Death of the Big Super Bowl Ad

When is it all over for the big spot in the big game?

When Does the Super Bowl Ad Die? Part 1: Ask The Digital Guys

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