Here you’ll find a frequently updated list of all the national (plus a few regional) commercials that will air during the Big Game on Feb.4, along with details on the agencies that created them.Update: With three and a half weeks to go until the Super Bowl, the network has nearly sold out of ad slots. 4 will set a record for single-day revenue generated by a single company,” Lovinger added, with revenue anticipated to be 0 million.Below, you can search Super Bowl news by brand, category or most recent updates. Today, the agencies that produce the ad spots put out press releases and sneak previews of what viewers can expect to see on Sunday, while websites everywhere scramble after the game to post rankings of the best and worst.It’s all a way of maximizing the value of work that routinely costs millions of dollars to produce.J.’s struggling on the job and singing, “I’m 85 and I want to go home,” to the tune of Harry Belafonte’s Banana Boat Song. But the statistic that flashed on the screen near the commercial’s end is not.
Personal finance guru Suze Orman has been counseling fellow boomers, many of whom long hoped to retire at 65, to put it off for five years.
Entertainment media speculates about what the halftime show will entail.
And seemingly everyone — from casual fans to the New York Times — talks about the commercials.
And that’s before paying what Quartz estimates to be more than million per 30 seconds airtime.
Observed from a distance, the modern Super Bowl commercial is a bizarre example of a consumerist culture run amok.