Huffington Post Notes Fans Hope for Additional Super Bowl Spots Like Cash4Goldís 2009 Ad

Cash4Gold jumped into the U.S. popular culture lexicon in February 2009 with its first-ever Super Bowl commercial. The critically-acclaimed spot featured three-time Grammy Award-winner MC Hammer and the late television legend Ed McMahon. The Huffington Post story mentions that many traditional Super Bowl advertisers are sitting out this yearís game and that audiences want to see more spots like the entertaining 30-second ad from Cash4Gold in 2009.

Online PR News – 26-January-2010 – – cash4gold jumped into the U.S. popular culture lexicon in February 2009 with its first-ever Super Bowl commercial. The critically-acclaimed spot featured three-time Grammy Award-winner MC Hammer and the late television legend Ed McMahon. The Huffington Post story mentions that many traditional Super Bowl advertisers are sitting out this yearís game and that audiences want to see more spots like the entertaining 30-second ad from Cash4Gold in 2009. Cash4Gold is seen as the leading mail-in gold buyer for consumers looking to sell gold. To watch Cash4Goldís 2009 Super Bowl spot click here.

The full Huffington Post story can be seen here or below.

Cowell Leaving Idol, Bringing X Factor to Fox: MediaBytes with Shelly Palmer January 12, 2010

After bringing American Idol to Fox, Simon Cowell announced that he will leave the show at the end of the season. While Cowell wonít be a judge on Idol, he will continue judging young performers on The X Factor. Cowell will bring the popular British show to Fox beginning in 2011, and many suspect that Paula Abdul may join her old partner on the new version of the show.

As mobile data use becomes more popular, Verizon CTO Dick Lynch noted that all-inclusive, unlimited data plans were are not 'long term sustainable' for the provider. Lynchís comment suggests that Verizon could begin to offer tiered data packages in the near future. The move by Verizonís head of technology, reiterates AT&Tís sentiments, and also the FCCís opinion that the current amount of wireless bandwidth available is not enough for the amount of smart phones currently in use.

As the Super Bowl nears, itís being reported that ad prices during the big game have dropped for only the second time in its 44 year history. Despite becoming nearly as popular as the NFL Championship itself, companies like Pepsi and GM, who have often used to the Super Bowl to highlight their products, opted out of advertising during the game. While traditional advertisers are bailing, audiences are hoping that companies like Cash4Gold.com and Vizio spice up the commercial breaks with creative spots that dazzle.

A British Reverend blessed cell phones and other devices at a recent service. Reverend Canon David Parrott said that ďItís the technology that is our daily working tool, and itís a technology we should bless.Ē The Reverend conducted the blessing in accordance with an old British holiday called Plow Monday, during which parishoners would traditionally bring a plow to be blessed, a symbol that God was with them at work.
# # #

Visit Our Site
Bookmarkse-mailGoogledel.icio.usStumbleUponSlashdotFurlDiggTechnoratiYahooMyWebBlinkListSpurlRawSugarWists
 
 
Contact Information
Ben Mann
1100 Glendon Avenue 17th Floor
Los Angeles CA, 90024

310.689.7363

Share and Connect