The viral "Commercial VO Challenge" asks TikTokers to race through four pieces of ad copy in their most persuasive voices.
Whether its classic "Saturday Night Live" characters reuniting to help local businesses or a beer commercial that reminds you of the important things in life, Super Bowl LV has plenty of commercials that even people that don't life football will probably love.
Around 100 million people will tune in to watch the Super Bowl—and brands are willing to pay millions to reach viewers.
Jon Ossoff's campaign said Facebook's ban on political ads after the November election amounts to a form of "voter suppression."
"Full-Frontal" won't have commercials on Wednesday, but it will have plenty of gags designed to speak to Election Night jitters.
Seeking donations and personal data from supporters via their social media feeds, a selection of new birthday-themed Facebook ads came to life on the social network this week.
"Joe Biden used his speech in Michigan today to attack the President repeatedly on Social Security, the economy, and job creation," Tim Murtaugh tweeted.
KFC has come under fire a number of times in recent years for all kinds of accusations including racism, serving old food, and mutant chickens.
Ads using the term "fake news media" ask people to take a Trump campaign poll and donate before the end of July.
During a Thursday broadcast of 'The 11th Hour,' Williams and guest Mara Gay cited a factually inaccurate tweet that criticized Bloomberg for not sharing his wealth with every living American.
Sessions is pitching himself to Alabama voters as an ardent Trump loyalist despite being "forced...out" of the office by the president in November 2018, as The New York Times described the tense White House split.
Video giant YouTube, which is owned by Google, has more than two billion users and claims to reach more U.S. citizens in the 18-35 demographic than any TV network.
Advertisers are shelling out big bucks for a slot during the big game.
The Hallmark Channel sparked outrage after it bowed to pressure from conservative campaign groups and took four ads for wedding planning website Zola that featured a same-sex couple off the air.
Researchers found 54 percent of anti-vaccine ads were posted by the World Mercury Project and Stop Mandatory Vaccination. There were "significantly" higher numbers of buyers for pro-vaccine ads
Bill Maher ridiculed Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg for creating a "stupider" culture of people who no longer read, but defended the social media network's decision not to fact-check political advertisements.
"@MagnumIceCream your advert comparing the potential to be killed if you're gay to the guilty pleasure of eating a Magnum is disgusting, racist and homophobic. Please withdraw it immediately."
"They were innocent. And the system failed them."
The ads are depicting Democratic candidates as "dangerous and outside the mainstream."
Newsweek officials have "ambitious plans" for the magazine—and say they wouldn't do business with Bannon in any case.