About 32% of Americans say they plan to eat dip during the Big Game.

How the Revolutionary ‘Cheese Food’ Velveeta Became a Super Bowl Staple

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Velveeta is a 'pasteurized recipe cheese product,' there are actual historical reasons why such a product exists—and makes a such good dip.

Christopher Walken, Popeyes chicken sandwich, Iron Man, Pringles and Kurt Vonnegut

Adweek’s Surreal Super Bowl Ad-Pitching Bot Highlights AI’s Strengths and Shortcomings

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While machine learning isn't at a place where it can run a campaign, it could potentially assist creatives.

Will Binder went from criminal defense to copywriting, and hasn

How a New York City Defense Attorney Ended Up Writing Copy for a Super Bowl Ad


How New York City defense attorney Will Binder became a copy writer for Wieden + Kennedy.

Mashup of stars in Super Bowl ads

How Do Celebrities End Up in Super Bowl Ads?

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Nabbing celebrities for Super Bowl ads involves analytics, negotiations and a strong backup plan or two.

Taraji P. Henson and Lilly Singh in spacesuits in Olay ad

Behind the Scenes of Olay’s Star-Studded, Space-Themed Super Bowl Spot With a ‘Coded’ Message

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Taraji P. Henson, Lilly Singh and other stars help skin-care brand make a giant leap for women and tech.

Lilly Singh and Busy Philipps

Editor’s Letter: Adweek Suits Up for the Super Bowl

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With 30-second Super Bowl spots hitting $5.6 million this year, ads better be memorable. Adweek is ready for the annual brand bacchanal.

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3 Ways DTC Brands Are Creating Their Own Super Bowl Moments Year-Round

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DTC brands with less resources are creating their own viral moments—with similar success.

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Infographic: The Biggest Buzzwords Leading Up to the Super Bowl

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Football fans express themselves online, according to Talkwalker.

Scoring the Best Super Bowl Ad Placement Is Almost as Hard as Winning the Big Game

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With a $5 million-plus investment at stake, brands and media buyers don't want to fumble.

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A Politicized Super Bowl Means Opportunities for Brands

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Imagine if brands embraced monthslong election anxiety as a customer relationship management problem, complete with playful pick-me-ups and community building.