This year's event brought a critical focus to each ad's creative motivations and business goals, with moderator, panel, and audience keeping the discussion highly involved. We've got pics and an embedded Storify of all the #AAFChalkTalk tweets.Read More
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We can't help it. We like to judge. So we introduced a rating form this year. Here's what you thought of the ads of Super Bowl 51.Read More
Our list of resources for watching the ads of Super Bowl 51, including #AAFChalkTalk Tagboard and - new for 2017 - our interactive voting form including videos of every ad.Read More
Thursday evening AAF Seattle and PSAMA are hosting Chalk Talk 2016, an opportunity for us all to take another look at the ads that worked and the ads that didn't. Check out this year's panelists and moderator.Read More
AAF Seattle and PSAMA hosted our annual review of Super Bowl ads Thursday, February 6th, at Impact Hub Seattle. This year's expert panel of Erin Kelley (POSSIBLE), Zach Huntting (Crown Social), Alison Tintle (Seattle Wunderman Network), Trish Cox (T-Mobile), and Matt McCain (WongDoody) delivered another evening of crack observations, unique insights and tweetable witticisms, all under the clever direction of our MC, Chris Cashman from KING 5 TV's The 206.
In addition to our ad industry veterans, we always try to feature someone from the brand side of things. This year we were fortunate to have Trish Cox, VP of National Advertising and Brand for T-Mobile, who provided her own perspective on the creation of T-Mobile's three Super Bowl ads.
Redhook Bewery returned as our beer sponsor, loosening up our crowd with Audible, Redhook, and Longhammer on tap.
For a more detailed play-by-play check out our Storify compilation of all the Super Bowl ads along with the top tweets and pics from the evening and during the game.
Update on 2014-03-12 20:08
Conor Gentes, Senior Account Executive at Seattle Wunderman Network, wrote a great summary of the event for their blog. Thanks again for lending Alison for our panel!