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Friday, February 04, 2005

Super Bowl Spurns Saucy Spots for Safe Ones

Thanks to last year's wardrobe malfunction, everything about Sunday's Super Bowl broadcast is going to be scrubbed clean. And it looks like that will also hold true for the commercials, which will feature lots of family-friendly ads. A few spots have even been rejected for being too racy (see them below).

Nothing is less effective than benign, unmemorable advertising. Why pony up the $2.4 mill if you have to play it safe?

Shameless Promo: Tune in to TVGeekSpeak.com on Monday for our special Post-postgame Postgame Commercial Analysis. The Geeks will give their picks and pans for all the Super (and not-so-super) Ads.

Related links:
See the rejected GoDaddy.com ad here!
See the rejected Budweiser ad here!

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