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Budweiser, Coke, and Audi decide to bench Super Bowl ads this year

Some of the world’s biggest brands are sitting out this year. Budweiser, Coke, Pepsi, Audi, and Avocados from Mexico have all decided not to air commercials during Super Bowl LV (no, Louis Vuitton did not sponsor this year’s game), which kicks off on February 8th. The decision basically comes down to: it’s a sensitive time, moods are down, maybe pushing products isn’t in great taste. It is the first time that Budweiser has not aired a commercial during America’s most-watched annual television event.

These Are the Best 2018 Super Bowl Commercials (So Far)

It’s that time of year again; commercial-watching day. I mean, the Super Bowl. But let’s be honest; at least half of the entertainment value for the big game is found in the big budget (as in, millions of dollars) commercials. In fact, at a panel at Toronto’s Google office yesterday,

Audi’s Super Bowl Spot Powerfully Tackles Gender Equality

Let’s be honest: One of the best parts about the Super Bowl is the commercials. Whether they deliver ample LOLs or politically-charged messaging, we can all agree that the pricy Super Bowl advertising real estate offers at least a quarter of the event’s entertainment value. One of the best spots

Toronto Councillor Suggests Beyoncé Should be Banned From Canada

Toronto city councillor Jim Karygiannis is not winning any popularity contests – that’s for sure. The former Member of Parliament told the Toronto Sun that the federal government should investigate the pop star following her rendition of new single Formation at the Levi’s Stadium on Sunday. “Perhaps Immigration Minister John