Tag Archives: Commercials
Crowdsourcing has been around for a couple of years now not only in video production, but across all industries. The buzzword refers to a 2006 Wired magazine article about outsourcing to a crowd as opposed to a single individual or company.
Working for a marketing company I don’t know what I enjoy more- the songs on the radio or the commercials. Of course I sit and belt out the songs as if I was Mariah Carey, but I also listen to see what different businesses are doing for advertising. I sit and analyze what they are [...]
Last year, if you remember, we were less than impressed with the commercials during the Super Bowl. (See our blog: When Superbowl Ads Go Bad) It was almost like everyone was trying too hard to be funny that they failed miserably. This year, we were much more impressed. There were some fairly funny ones, but [...]
Now, before I even get started on this let me say one thing: Compared to what we usually post on the “When Ads Go Bad” blog series, were the ads during the Superbowl bad? NO! Not even close. However, when you get the chance to be advertised during the the most viewed ANYTHING of the [...]
Football is an American mainstay- a tradition. It has been blamed for family tragedies such as wives becoming “football widows” for 5 months of the year, to it being celebrated for bringing people closer through tailgating, football parties, and common Monday morning quarterbacking. This year, the Super Bowl falls on February 7th and is highly [...]