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Budweiser Honors Soldier with Tear-Jerking Tribute, and a Veteran Ad Too Controversial to Air During the Super Bowl

A Budweiser Super Bowl commercial and a would-be, but rejected, Super Bowl advertisement, both starring American soldiers, were very much at odds with each other. The first, 60-second spot, dubbed…

For Back Pain, OsteoSponge Might Be Medicine’s Latest Wonder Treatment

For Back Pain, OsteoSponge Might Be Medicine’s Latest Wonder Treatment

When you have a mess to clean up, you usually grab a sponge to help get the job done. But what happens when the mess is actually inside your body,…

From Tweet to Shining Tweet?

Commercials are always a fun part of the Super Bowl, and have been for decades, as ad agencies look to make their mark and build more recognizable brands. With last…

Rochester’s Own Renée Fleming Brings an Operatic Touch To The NFL

Sunday night’s SuperBowl XLVIII might not have been as close a competition as sports fans would have liked, but classical music fans were on the edge of their seats. At…

Will Facebook’s ‘Paper’ Knock Twitter from Its Perch?

Will Facebook’s ‘Paper’ Knock Twitter from Its Perch?

Twitter has long been the dominant source for social media users looking to stay up-to-date on world news. Over half of Twitter users get at least some of their news…

Viral Esurance Commercial Draw Plenty of Attention, Good and Bad

John Krasinksi’s was the first face we saw in the aftermath of yesterday’s Super Bowl blowout, explaining that Esurance was proud to have saved $1.5 million just by airing its…

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