Channel 23

Lunch group brainstorm of the day: - Superbowl advertising is as much about hype as about the actual 30 seconds of actual exposure. - The Food Network may have actually sold subliminal advertising to McDonald’s. - Even though popular belief is largely debunked, there’s enough possibility to convince advertisers that value exists.

So, someone needs to buy a very short Superbowl ad segment and sell each frame individually. Probably a stunt that would only be profitable once, but who cares? Once made Alex Tew a millionaire.

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