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Advertisers premature release of super bowl commercials leave viewers unsatisfied

Sadly, what has gotten more common over the years has now reached epic proportions. Super Bowl ads from marketers including Carl's Jr, Lexus, and Toyota have already been released or previewed, and the super bowl surprise will already feel like a rerun before it even began.

To all people releasing early, you should know, that this is not the way to build hype. To all those who have been told to embargo, and still tell, that is not the way you keep friends.

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Super Bowl XLIX: The Ads of 2015 *Spoiler Alert*

Updated. The pre game release has begun and the ads will be appearing under our new topic Super Bowl 2015 XLIX commercials and on the 43 years of Super Bowl commercials page as of now.

 

Poetweet promotes creative courses

b_arco, is a place for research, discussion, creation and exchange of art and culture in São Paulo. It's eight years strong hub of creative activity.

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The Syrian Electronic Army invading your news & sites - via the advertising networks

The Syrian Electronic Army should be familiar to you by now, they hacked Forbes last year, as well as Time magazine's twitter account in 2013, and now that they've hacked Skype's tw

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A modest proposal for musicians

Another day, another musician fed up with the royalty statements thanks to Spotify. The above post comes from Paradise, whom you can see, made 3 cents for just a little under 1,000 plays of their songs. But rather than point this problem out again and again, I have decided to instead come up with a solution.

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UMG hopes to make music profitable again with Havas

Over at Adage comes the earth shattering news that Havas is partnering (how I love that smarmy buzzword) with Universal Music Group to launch something called the Global Music Data Alliance. This new super company is purporting to create new revenue streams for UMG. How? Through data mining and monitoring consumer behavior.

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The Adland HO HO HO Awards

Christmas is the one time of the year that agencies wholeheartedly give themselves over to flagrant self promotion. The infamous ‘agency card’ is no longer a card per se, but anything whatsoever, as long as it gets a few eyeballs and acts as a vehicle to show off your agency’s creativity. But who’s winning the battle of the cards in 2014? It’s the Adland UK ‘Ho Ho Ho’ Awards.

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