Did you just love the new Volkswagen commercial featuring dogs barking the Imperial March? Hulu is inviting folks to vote on that, and other Super Bowl commercials, through their Adzone. The press release will spell it all out for you...
HULU ADZONE TOUCHES DOWN TODAY; REAL TIME VOTING BEGINS ON SUPER BOWL XLVI ON FEBRUARY 5
Hulu Teams Up With Ad Age and Toyota to Score the Ultimate Super Bowl Commercial Experience Featuring the Best, Banned and Bland Big Game Ads of All Time
WHAT: From the End Zone to the AdZone, Hulu AdZone is back! Hulu AdZone allows viewers to watch commercials in real time as they air on Super Bowl Sunday, February 5, vote for their favorite ads, and share videos with their friends across social media platforms including Facebook. This year's MVP's (most valuable partners) bringing you the ultimate Super Bowl commercial viewing experience are Advertising Age and Toyota.For the first time ever, fans can access exclusive Ad Age picks of the best Super Bowl ads of all time spanning from iconic commercials of the '70s to the present.
The Hulu AdZone 2012 experience includes:
- Real-time voting for the top 2012 Super Bowl ads using Facebook "like" feature - Leaked, banned, and preview ads from 2012 available prior to game time - Hulu Editor's Picks (2008-2011) including Big Laughs, Over the Top Moments, Babies and Animals, Made By Fans - Ad Age Picks (1970s-present) including Best Super Bowl Ads of All Time, Best Celebrity Super Bowl Ad Appearances of All Time - Hulu AdZone 2011 generated millions of views and a flurry of social media activity as users tuned-in to cast their votes live. The entire Hulu AdZone 2012 experience launches today, Monday, January 23, supported by Ad Age, the experts in advertising, and Toyota.
WHO: Hulu is an online TV service whose mission is to help people find and enjoy the world's premium content when, where and how they want it. As we pursue this mission, we aspire to create a service that users, advertisers and content owners unabashedly love. Hulu was founded in 2007 and is operated independently by a dedicated team with offices in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Tokyo and Beijing. NBCUniversal, News Corporation, The Walt Disney Company, Providence Equity Partners, and the Hulu team share in the ownership of the company. (www.hulu.com)
Remember, vote for Star Wars-related ads and support the GFFA! (That endorsement of Star Wars is from TFN. We're sure Hulu is not taking sides. We, on the other hand, are!)
And here's a little preview of a couple of the Super Bowl ads that have already debuted: