Hey, let's buy a Super Bowl ad!
Advertisers still spend a ton of money on the Super Bowl. They use it to launch new products, advertise new movies, and convince guys that only one special beer will make us irresistible to scantily clad models. We'll have full coverage of the Super Bowl ads again this year, but maybe we can go one step further. The New York Times reports that there's still one ad slot left for the game, and FOX is only asking for $2.7 million for the 30 second ad.
So how about we all pool all of our money and buy the spot for TV Squad?
Think about it: if enough readers and employees participate, we can actually have an ad in the Super Bowl, seen by millions! Maybe we can make a plea for Arrested Development or Eyes to come back, or beg that the writers strike be settled as soon as possible? Maybe we can use the 30 seconds to convince people not to watch anymore reality TV, or write a song about TV Squad and make a Busby Berkeley-style musical number to advertise the site?
Please send as much money as you can to me and I'll figure out what to do with it from there.
[via TV Decoder]