Category: Special Events

Super Bowl 2017 Brand Highlight – Kia

Kia will return to the Super Bowl for its eighth straight year with an ad from David & Goliath, its agency of record since 2000. The brand released two teasers, ‘Run’ and ‘Iceberg’, both featuring Melissa McCarthy. Last year’s 60-second spot, ‘Walken Closet,’ starring Christopher Walken came in 31st place by digital engagement on game… Read More

Super Bowl 2017 Brand Highlight – KFC

KFC is debuting its first official in-game Super Bowl commercial during the fourth quarter of the Big Game with a 15-second spot. The ad, titled ‘Colonel vs. Colonel’ features Billy Zane as the Colonel who loves gold so much, he’ll put it on his legs, thighs, and tenders. Rob Riggle is also featured, trying to… Read More

Super Bowl 2017 Brand Highlight – Budweiser

Budweiser, a staple of Super Bowl advertising, is set to air one 60-second commercial during Super Bowl 2017. Coming from ad agency Anomaly, the ad, ‘Born the Hard Way,’ celebrates the brand’s 141 years of business. The commercial shows the story of Budweiser’s founder, Adolphus Busch, and his journey from Germany to St. Louis, where… Read More

Super Bowl 2017 Brand Highlight – Bud Light

Bud Light will be advertising in Super Bowl 2017, but with a new approach. The beer brewer is set to air one 60-second commercial with its new tagline ‘Famous Among Friends.’ A one minute, thirty-five-second teaser, ‘Ghost Spuds’ has been released. In the teaser, the brand revives the original party animal, bull terrier Spuds MacKenzie,… Read More

Super Bowl Brand Highlight – Pepsi

Pepsi returns as the Super Bowl Halftime Show title sponsor for the fifth year running. The 2017 Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl LI Halftime Show will feature Grammy Award winner Lady Gaga. Pepsi has already begun releasing a several series of teasers ahead of the game, including a Super Bowl countdown and a party planning… Read More

The Top Industry Spenders of the 2016 NFL Season

Throughout the 2016 NFL Season, including playoffs through the NFC and AFC championship games, 706 brands have run 2,901 spots 39,877 times across NFL broadcasts, for a total estimated media spend of $4.2 Billion. These brands represent 144 Industries, which spread their spots across 7 networks [CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, NFL Network, ABC & ESPN… Read More