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Motorola will run Droid Super Bowl ad

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on December 21st, 2009

The economy is tough even for some giant companies. Pepsi is one company that has decided not to air commercials during this years Super Bowl. One company who will be running a commercial this year is Motorola who will be showing off the Motorola Droid.

Sources say that Motorola has bought at least one ad slot. Motorola has been heavily promoting the Droid, so we are guessing that the ad will be droid related. In the past, Motorola has promoted the RAZR, PEBL and other phones during the Super Bowl, so it makes sense.

CEA says Super Bowl drove 2.6 million HDTV sales

Posted in CEA by Shane McGlaun on February 2nd, 2009

CEA LogoThis weekend marked the biggest game of the football season, the Super Bowl. The Steelers came out on top of the game and the commercials were decent this year as well. CEA says that the game drove 2.6 million HDTV sales as fans geared up to watch the big game in HD resolution.

Despite the economy, the CEA says that 2009 will be a record year for HDTV sales with 29.8 million HDTVs expected to ship. In 2008, 26.8 million HDTVs shipped and one of the things that have pushed sales of HDTVs in 2009 is that the average wholesale price has fallen by 50% to $849 this year.

Popular Super Bowl Commercials on GridCast TV

Posted in Home Theater by Shane McGlaun on January 30th, 2009

Victoria’s Secret CommercialI spend most of my year avoiding commercials to the extent that I don’t even know what movies are at the theater frequently. I can thank my DVR for the lack of product advertisement bliss I enjoy during a normal night of TV watching.

The one time a year that I actually like to watch commercials is during the Super Bowl. That seems more than a little odd to me, but still I watch them and often rewind them thanks to my trusty DVR. If you are a big fan of Super Bowl commercials, superbowl-ads.com has the spots going back to 1998 available for you to watch.

Walmart offers deals on HDTVs for Super Bowl

Posted in Home Theater by Shane McGlaun on January 26th, 2009

Samsung 32-inch HDTVLast weekend may have been rough on football fans that have spent the last few months feasting on the glut of weekend football games. The last big game for the season will be played next weekend and it’s the big game — the Super Bowl.

The Super Bowl is a big deal to many sports fans and means that each year many football fans go all out on parties to watch the big game. Usually these parties center on lots of food and a big screen TV to watch the action.