I was watching the Pro Bowl today and a comment by one of the announcers reminded me to search Planet Chiropractic for a football related article I wrote a few years ago. In the process of searching news archives, I came across numerous Super Bowl related articles I’ve posted during the past six years or so, and I’ve organized the list of almost everything I found into a single post. The information may or may not be helpful to you, but at least I’ll have a reference for Super Bowl XLVIII.
Racy advertisements on Game Day have been raising eyebrows long before GoDaddy Girl Candice Michelle (wife of a chiropractor) was featured in a 2005 wardrobe malfunction Super Bowl Ad, but thanks to the Internet, people can (and do) tweet real-time, their distaste for brands and advertisements using such tactics in marketing. The GoDaddy commercials today tend to attract a lot of negativity, and also a lot of buzz, but what about the others?
What time does the Super Bowl start? That’s a question patients in my office have been asking all week. Super Bowl XLVI (#SB46) kickoff starts at 6:20 PM Eastern time in Indianapolis, Indiana. In the US, the Superbowl will be televised on NBC. Also, the Super Bowl will be broadcast online and to mobile phones for the first time this year. As we’ve traditionally done on Planet Chiropractic, I’ve put together a handy game day guide for Super Bowl Sunday, February 5, 2012.
If you had the privilege to attend Super Bowl XLV between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers today, you’d get to see a centennial tribute video to Ronald Reagan just before kickoff, playing inside the stadium, on one of the worlds biggest TV screens. Just before kickoff on Sunday, the tribute video of Ronald Reagan will air inside Dallas Stadium. For a bit of chiropractic history, watch the video around 1 minute, and see if you can spot Reagan sitting in front of a WOC microphone, as he talks about his early days as a sports announcer.
The city of Pittsburgh will honor six-time Super Bowl Champion Steelers at noon today in a parade held throughout downtown Pittsburgh. The 2009 Superbowl victory parade will use the same route as Pittsburgh’s St. Patrick’s Day parade, beginning at the Mellon Arena on Center Avenue and Washington Place. The parade is expected to end at the Boulevard of the Allies and Stanwix Street. Streets in downtown Pittsburgh will be closed for several hours before and during the parade. Those attending are urged to use public transportation and make use of river shuttles being offered to the downtown area.
Super Bowl 43 (XLIII) between the Arizona Cardinals and Pittsburgh Steelers (Steelers won 27-23) featured 67 game-time advertisements televised on NBC that ranged in costs between $2.4 million and $3 million per 30-second Superbowl commercial slot. The Super Bowl is a marketers dream as it is the one televised event of the year where people excitedly tune in to watch the commercials. It’s becoming a national pastime to vote on one’s favorite commercials and talk about them during the days following the NFL’s big championship game.
Super Bowl 43 (XLIII) is being televised on NBC and NBC in high definition (NBC HD) in the United States. Kickoff time in Tampa Bay is officially scheduled for 6:18 p.m. (which is Eastern time).
Super Bowl 43 (XLIII) kickoff is tomorrow in Tampa Bay, Florida. The Pittsburgh Steelers will be taking on the Arizona Cardinals in the NFL championship game which is likely to be the most watched televised broadcast of the year. With a global audience of One Billion and TV broadcasts upwards of 230 countries and territories across the planet (in 34 different languages), one could say the Super Bowl has Super Reach. That’s no secret to anyone, especially advertisers, who are spending between $2.4 million and $3 million per 30-second commercial spot. I’ve put together a guide featuring 7 frequently search topics related to Super Bowl XLIII. Hope you find it useful.
Many people reportedly tune into the Super Bowl for the commercials. If you were watching this years Super Bowl XLII, tuning in for the ads only may have been quite a disappointment. The New York Giants beat the New England Patriots in what will likely go down as one of the greatest superbowl upsets in history. But how did the advertisers rank?
by Michael Dorausch If you’re looking for today’s Superbowl time, information about today’s Superbowl schedule, Super Bowl commercials (including Candace…