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Super Ads Touch Down

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Television advertisers are expected to shine on Super Bowl Sunday. But dark clouds are looming over the consumer economy. Joining us to talk about this year's Super Bowl ads -- and the role music will play in them -- are Josh Rabinowitz, senior vice president and director of music at Grey Group, and Eric Deggans, media critic for the St. Petersburg Times.

Soundcheck blog: John Schaefer on the Super Bowl

Guests:

Eric Deggans and Josh Rabinowitz

Comments [4]

Joe from NYC

Remember Bud Bowl? I do. Bring it back!

Jan. 29 2009 02:20 PM
Rich Koch from Union City

On ads - The ETS Herding Cats Ad was second only to the Apple 1984 Spot.

Jan. 29 2009 02:18 PM
Jane from UES

Can your guests talk about Yo-Yo Ma's music in the car commercials? How is going to go over for the joe six-packs watching?

Jan. 29 2009 02:12 PM
Christine Odegaard from Monmouth County NJ

i hate football- but i'll be tuning in for Obama, the Boss, and the cool ads- i will however be tuning out during the game :)

Jan. 29 2009 02:09 PM

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