The second weekend of September marked the beginning of the professional football season. This season, the National Football League and Twitter have partnered to offer a NFL Twitter live stream during Thursday night games.
In this weekend of celebrated pigskin, seven layer dips, and laziness, marketers and social media mavens have honed in on a whole ‘nother media strategy- puppy love. Earlier this week, all of America was given a taste for what lay in store super bowl Sunday. While the internet watches and shares “Puppy Love” for the next few days, Animal Planet plans to capitalize on the love for their tenth annual Puppy Bowl.
With Super Bowl XLVIII two days away, many Americans are gearing up by buying 12-packs of Budweiser, procuring pounds of chicken wings, and dusting off their crockpot’s for the tradition ‘Super Bowl party.’
Last year 108.4 million people watched the big game, about a third of the American population, but the Super Bowl isn’t just about football. During a regular football game, many rush to the bathroom or grab an ice-cold beer during commercial breaks, but during the Super Bowl all eyes stay on the TV to see some of the best commercials of the year.
With the continuous technology updates and ability to edit, transform and access videos online, it has changed the way college football has gone about exchanging game films with their opponents. Continue reading
It’s that time of year where football fans sit around their televisions waiting for the Superbowl to start. However, not everyone who watches the Superbowl are fans of football; they’re waiting for the commercials that will play during the game.
It’s that time of the year again! Make sure to grab your team gear, foam fingers, and stretchy pants. Continue reading