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Campbell Soup Ad Features Gay Dads and a Famous Line From Star Wars

Campbell Soup took a bold advertising step this week, releasing a series of commercials featuring non-traditional families. The ad that’s gotten the most attention features two real-life […]

Business

Love the Eagles Hype Videos? Meet the Branding Agency Behind Them

As a Philadelphia Eagles fan, there’s nothing quite like the team’s hype videos. You know the ones — where Bradley Cooper calls an Eagles-Giants game “Wall […]

Business

How Selling Ads Can Save Philly’s School System

School Superintendent William Hite needs more money, and we’re all in agreement with him. City Council has rejected the district’s latest funding plan and remains […]

City Life

Think Philly Has Too Many Billboards? Too Bad

Just a couple weeks ago, Philadelphia City Council passed a bill that has huge implications for billboard haters and lovers alike. The legislation by Councilman Bobby Henon was expected to […]

City Life

New Ad Campaign to Feature Yuengling Tattoos

Are you proud of your #beer? #YuenglingTats #yuengling A photo posted by D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc. (@yuenglingbeer) on Feb 23, 2015 at 3:19pm PST […]

City Life

Council Committee Approves Digital Ads

Center City is one step closer to looking like Times Square. A City Council Committee on Tuesday unanimously approved a bill that will allow “urban […]

City Life

WATCH: Hallmark Uses Lesbian Couple in Ad Campaign for the First Time

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6XGYifGseg In what is perhaps the biggest weekend of the year for commercials, Hallmark has released an ad on YouTube that features a real-life lesbian couple—the […]

City Life

Tiffany’s New Ad Campaign Features Same-Sex Couple for the First Time

A real-life New York gay couple appears in Tiffany’s latest engagement campaign, the first in the company’s history to feature a same-sex couple. The handsome fellows […]

City Life

WATCH: New Tylenol Ad Features Two-Mom Family

Tylenol has released a series of videos in its “For What Matters Most” campaign. The three videos are inspired by Norman Rockwell’s classic Thanksgiving painting, Freedom […]

City

Philly TV News: Lots of Campaign Ads, But No Coverage

The Sunlight Foundation recently watched a half-hour of the CBS 3 local news and found a wide disparity between the number of political commercials and […]

City Life

WATCH: LeSean McCoy Has a Dumb New Ad for Dryer Sheets

Are you a big LeSean McCoy fan? The Eagles’ running back is coming off a great season and says he’s going to reach 2,000 yards […]

City Life

Allstate Releases Touching LGBT Ad for Pride Month

Allstate insurance company just released this gorgeous animated ad for Pride month. The spot, entitled, “Safe in My Hands,” features music by singer-songwriter Eli Lieb, […]

City Life

Which TV Ad Babe Is For You: Progressive’s Flo, Toyota’s Jan, or AT&T’s Lily?

First there was Flo, the kooky TV spokeswoman for Progressive Insurance, stuck inside her weird futuristic white sales habitat, bundling things together, demonstrating the Name […]

Shoppist

Suitsupply’s Latest Ads Are Douchey, Sexist Clothes Porn

Okay, Suitsupply. Let me level with you. I love your store. I’m beyond happy you guys came to Philly. Really. I don’t even really mind your […]

City Life

Mike Jerrick Is the Future of Philadelphia’s Digital District

http://vimeo.com/91355367 Picture yourself walking toward City Hall. Traffic zooms past you and as you stroll down Market Street, you dodge rushed business people texting and […]