CBS reports that 2010 Super Bowl Ads will cost between $2.5 million and $2.8 million for a 30-second ad during the game, down from the $3 million that NBC charged in 2009.
Social Media meets Super Bowl Ads
A trend is sweeping the 2010 Super Bowl ads, fan voting. With social media in full swing, advertisers finally understand the concept of group think and the power of community. Careerbuilder will be asking viewers to vote for the best commercial produced by over 1,000 amateur producers. Vote and see the winners of the 2010 Hire My TV Ad Contest from Careerbuilder.
2010 Super Bowl Ad Bench
Pepsi and FedEx decided to sit out the 2010 Super Bowl Ads but we will still get some of our favorites, including GoDaddy.com, Doritos (PepsiCo Brand), KGB, Volkswagen, Dodge, Turner's TruTV, and Careerbuilder.
Movie Trailer Debuts
Iron Man 2 (and The Last Airbender) will be gracing our TV screens this year during the 2010 Super Bowl. In his Iron Man sophomore appearance, Robert Downey Jr will fight the evil forces of Whiplash (Mickey Rourke) and the Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson). Mickey Rourke star of the Wrestler, continues is comeback to the big screen in a highly anticipated Stan Lee epic, Iron Man 2. We are all in anticipation for the 2010 Super Bowl Ad of Iron Man 2.
3D Super Bowl Ads?
2009 offered a Sobe and Chuck (NBC) 3D extravaganza. With Avatar 3D hitting the top of the box office, it is a good guess that we will be watching something in 3D during the 2010 Super Bowl.