Dodge Planning On Return To NASCAR? Beverage Analysts Optimistic About Monster Deal NHL Has Issue Shipping New Leafs Jerseys To Canada Monster Energy To Title Top NASCAR Series Monster's Title Sponsor Deal Worth Less Than Sprint's Tiger's Deal With Monster Energy Is Multiyear Toews, Matthews Play "Call Your Shot" In Bauer Video Ohio State Licenses LeBron James Shoes, Jerseys Jordan Releases Space Jam Shoe Campaign Hy-Vee Cites Costs For Ending Royals Sponsorship
SBD/December 18, 2013/Marketing and Sponsorship
Toyota Planning 60-Second Super Bowl XLVIII Ad To Highlight New Highlander
Published December 18, 2013
FACEBOOK TO MAKE A PLAY? In N.Y., Claire Atkinson reports Facebook may be "looking to cash in on the Super Bowl with its new auto-play video advertising." The new ad format is set to launch in a test phase tomorrow, though agencies "say Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 2, was blacked out from future schedules." Mediacom Global Head of Digital Media Investment Vik Kathuria said that Madison Avenue "is thrilled with the development and expects Twitter will be close behind with something similar" (N.Y. POST, 12/18).