Despite missing out on as many as 100 million impressions, Go Daddy continued to submit sexually charged ads in its subsequent Super Bowl run, many of which featured Nascar driver Danica Patrick. president and CEO Les Moonves last week told investors that the network was holding back a few spots for latecomers in the studio category.Although the company began toning down its messaging in recent years, it still managed to stir things up with its less prurient spots. All things being equal, CBS could book north of 0 million in in-game ad sales.It launched last week and it reportedly has attracted 60,000 members.In an interview with Digital Journal, Avid Life Media founder Noel Biderman said the Man Crunch ad will likely appear on other media outlets.The 30-second spot shows two men watching a football game and then they both reach for the chips.
But Digital Journal learned the Man Crunch ad may soon be broadcast elsewhere.
C., for an ad by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation in Virginia.
SEE IT: THE TOP 7 STAR STUDDED SUPERBOWL ADS The tourism spot celebrated a montage of defining moments in American history dating back to the Founding Fathers.
New Yorkers relived the tragic sight of the Twin Towers crumbling apart while watching a Super Bowl 50 commercial for Colonial Williamsburg.
Footage from the 9/11 attacks flashed across regionally-targeted television screens in New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.