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Spike.com Presents 'Commercial Bowl' 2010

by Brad Trechak, posted Feb 4th 2010 9:02AM
Spike.comThere's a problem with having the most-watched sporting event of the year on your channel: not everybody watches sports. Usually the event can pull in non-sports fans (like myself) by having a myriad of clever commercials that one could not see at any other time of the year. Spike.com thought of this and is having the 'Commercial Bowl', which will show commercials from the just-broadcast Super Bowl as well as commercial highlights from the previous eight years worth of the "Big Game".

It's a clever idea and obviously successful if this is the ninth year. It's more tempting now to simply wait for the game to be over and click on over to Spike.com. This concept does lend itself to some questions, though. Will the videos for each commercial have commercial breaks in between? Are the people that made the commercials in question actually sponsoring the event or do the users have to put up with banner ads as well as commercials?

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Advertising in Super Bowl cost 2 millions dollars and they can not afford $100 dollar to closed captioned the ad. What a shame

February 04 2010 at 9:54 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

How is it a problem? It's guaranteed that this super bowl is going to be the highest view program off all time.

February 04 2010 at 9:42 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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