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Jeanine Poggi, Reporter
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Super Bowl Ads Past And Present: How Do They Stack Up? 2/6/16
Advertisers go all in for Super Bowl 2/5/16
Buying in to Super Bowl 50 2/5/16
Charlie Rose 1/30/15
Bleacher Report 1/27/15
Super ads at the big game 1/30/15
Are Super Bowl Ads Worth the Cost? 1/29/15
5 Things to Know About This Year's Super Bowl Commercials 1/28/15
For TV Advertisers, A Hunt For Live Audiences 5/29/14
A star-studded plea for ad money 5/12/14
An inside look at this fall's prime-time TV lineup 5/23/13
Nat Ives, Executive Editor
Why Dads Emerged as a Super Bowl Ad Theme 2/2/15
4 themes to watch for in this year's Super Bowl ads 1/29/15
Judann Pollack, Deputy Editor
Is craft soda the next big thing? 10/18/14
Humor and Star Power Make a Return in Super Bowl 50 2/1/16
Ad Age's Arden Steps Out of Publisher Role 11/10/15
Check Out Ad Age's New Video Hub 10/22/15
Ad Age Invests in Chicago Bureau 8/4/15
Ken Wheaton Named Ad Age Editor 7/27/15
Advertising Age Launches New Site; Includes Revamped Creativity 2/18/14
Advertising Age and OK! TV Join Forces On TV Special Previewing Super Bowl's Most-Anticipated Commercials 1/29/14
Advertising Age Cuts Frequency to 25 Issues a Year As Digital Readership Hits New Highs 1/6/14
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