Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal came to Colorado Springs Thursday afternoon, campaigning for Mitt Romney. About two hundred people came to Acacia Park in support. Governor Jindal told the crowd, "You've got to tell your neighbors, your family, your friends, your colleagues: we've gotta vote, we've gotta stand up for our... more »
Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper's campaign for governor says he raised $403,597 in August and is budgeting $1.3 million for television advertising before November's election.
The Democratic candidate says in his latest finance report filed Tuesday that his campaign spent nearly $358,000 in August, when Hickenlooper began airing commercials.
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They're artists, motorcycle riders, and neighbors. They're also Mormon.
The latest TV ad campaign for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints shows regular people doing regular things - breaking old stereotypes about the Mormon church, or maybe more accurately, trying to erase misconceptions about the religion.
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Satellite TV rivals DirecTV and Dish are banding together to sell interactive TV advertising nationally.
Such ads let people use their remote controls to request information about products. This comes after DirecTV and Dish Networks dropped lawsuits accusing each other of false advertising. Among other things, Dish had complained... more »
As always, there's as much talk today about Super Bowl ads as there is about the big game itself. Everyone has their favorites and there are some rankings. Aging TV sitcom stars Betty White and Abe Vigoda have given the over 80 crowd something to celebrate. Their candy bar ad... more »
The best Super Bowl commercials tend to reflect happier times, when people liked their American cars and privatized health care, nobody was worried about the fate of the world's polar bears and high fructose corn syrup was practically a food group.
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The CIA has a new commercial aimed at recruiting Arab-Americans for careers with the agency. The ad shows a dinner party with several people. A male voice with a Middle Eastern accent says: "Your nation, your world," as the frame moves outside and shows the party through a window of... more »