Tag Archives: NFL

Playing the ‘Super’ Ad Game

The first weekend in February marks Super Bowl LI. For fans of the Patriots, Falcons or football in general, Sunday is all about the game. But for many others, the ad breaks between plays are the real stars. Organizations go … Continue reading

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NFL Tri-Cast All A Twitter

On Tuesday, April 5th the NFL announced a new partnership with Twitter. The partnership will allow the NFL to stream all 10 Thursday Night Football games via the micro blogging site. The NFL turned down an offer from Facebook, the … Continue reading

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NFL’s Problems Below ‘Surface’

Microsoft,“the official sideline technology sponsor of the NFL,” has been hard at work coaching sports broadcasters to refer to their Surface Pro tablet by name and not by its Number 1 competitor, Apple’s iPad. There have been numerous instances of … Continue reading

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Redskins’ Fumble No Joke

A series of PR nightmares keep creating problems in the nation’s capital. Not at the White House, but on the gridiron. The Washington Redskins controversy over the NFL team’s name has mushroomed after a series of criticisms offered by none … Continue reading

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‘Game face’ right move, wrong time?

CoverGirl, the official beauty sponsor of the NFL, did not see this one coming when it released their NFL campaign encouraging women to get creative with makeup to support their favorite NFL team. After TMZ released the elevator video of … Continue reading

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‘skins Fans Seeing Red

The NFL’s Washington Redskins faced a major PR crisis this week as none other than the President of the United States called their team name into question. In an interview with the Associated Press last Saturday, President Obama said that … Continue reading

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Brett Favre meet Tiger Woods

As I’m sure many of you have already heard, Brett Favre has refused to comment on allegations that accuse him of sending inappropriate text messages and lewd photos to Jenn Sterger.  During the press conference following last week’s Vikings’ loss … Continue reading

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Learning Lessons the Hard Way: The Brett Farve Edition

“I’m not getting into that. I’ve got my hands full with the Jets.” — Brett Favre to NY Post reporter Fox Sports News posted a story online this week about how Brett Favre’s wife will be making television appearances and could … Continue reading

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Tweet costs NFL player $25,000

Terrell Owens posted a tweet on Sunday, Oct. 10, before the Cincinnati and Tampa Bay game, which violated the NFL’s social media policy that prohibits posts 90 minutes before kickoff and after the game until the completion of traditional media … Continue reading

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NFL goes pink

You might have seen the pink shoes and football gloves while watching your favorite game this weekend. This Sunday kicked off not only the fourth week of long drives and heavy competition, but it also kicked off the Crucial Catch … Continue reading

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