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The Science Of Emotions: How Effective Are Super Bowl Ads?

The Science Of Emotions: How Effective Are Super Bowl Ads?

Every year, around February 3rd, newspapers and websites line up to play the post-Super Bowl favorite reporters pastime: Analyzing Super Bowl commercials. Some scrutinize their humor, others focus on the sexy factor, while many others come up with more or less passable definition for the “best” and “worst” ads of the year. Many of them, however subjective and unscientific their scoring system, often rely on and then quote either one of the three major measurement metrics: Ace Metrix’s Ace Score…

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Nipplegate: The Boob That Changed The Halftime Show

Nipplegate: The Boob That Changed The Halftime Show

  The Controversy That Castrated The Super Bowl Half Time Show The Super Bowl. The biggest, most widely viewed sporting event in the world. The amount of energy, sweat, sacrifice and passion that goes into the biggest games of the NFL season is absolutely mind-boggling – and that’s just the organizers of the always-hyped halftime show. Since the early 1990s, the Super Bowl halftime shows have headlined major stars, thus increasing the number of television viewers during the mid-game break,…

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Twitter War: From Big Screen To Your Own Screen

Twitter War: From Big Screen To Your Own Screen

Super Bowl 2013 broke some remarkable records: The Baltimore Ravens handed the San Francisco 49ers their first Super Bowl loss in franchise history; it was the first Super Bowl ever to feature two brothers – Jim and John Harbaugh – coaching against each other; and thanks to a riveting game, a 34-minute blackout, and one smooth move by a brilliant advertiser, it was also the most tweeted Super Bowl ever, with more than 24 million tweets sent during and about…

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Mind Blowing Numbers of the SB Money Making Machine

Mind Blowing Numbers of the SB Money Making Machine

Super Bowl XLIX, the 49th edition of the Super Bowl, is scheduled to kick off at 4:30 pm Phoenix time at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. This will be the second Super Bowl to be played at that stadium (2008, Giants VS Patriots), and although teams are still battling weekly for the coveted spot, some stats, reports and rumors already flying around the game promise that Super Bowl 2015 – and especially Super Bowl commercials – will break…

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Follow the leader: Best QB performances in Super Bowl

Follow the leader: Best QB performances in Super Bowl

Almost a 100 quarterbacks got to start a Super bowl game so far, but only a few were able to take the team on their shoulders, all the way to victory. From Bart Starr to the 49ers legends, who is the best? The Super Bowl is where every season the two best NFL teams are brought together. Most times the biggest stars in the league are the ones who bring their teams to this prestige game and sometimes, they even…

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10 Things You Didn’t (Well, Maybe You Did) Know About Super Bowl Halftime Shows

10 Things You Didn’t (Well, Maybe You Did) Know About Super Bowl Halftime Shows

In recent years, the most talked-about aspect of the annual Super Bowl has not been how great the game was (or wasn’t), the MVP, the odds, the underdogs or the officiating. Rather, people are riveted by the halftime show – who will perform and whether there will be a major live-TV snafu that infuriates half of the nation while titillating the other half. Of course, incidents like Janet Jackson’s right boob flash in 2004 and rapper M.I.A.’s middle finger in…

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No Pressure Katy: Worst Super Bowl Halftime Shows

No Pressure Katy: Worst Super Bowl Halftime Shows

https://web.archive.org/web/20160502113739/http://www.superbowlcommercials2016.org/blog/no-pressure-katy-worst-super-bowl-halftime-shows/ Given that the NFL is dishing out over $300,000 a minute, we might think they would be able to pull off a seriously impressive halftime show year after year. We’re talking about $5500 for every second of halftime glory. And yet, despite the obscene budget, the big name performers and all the hype, the odds of the NFL putting together a decent halftime show is about as likely as the chances that an NFC team will take home rings….

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