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YouTube and AdWeek Team up for Super Bowl Ad Voting

YouTube is back with the Super Bowl ad voting channel AdBlitz, partnering this year with AdWeek.

Much like last year, AdBlitz gives viewers the ability to watch their favorite ads after they’ve aired on TV and then vote on them after the game concludes.

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YouTube announced on their blog last night that they were teaming up with NBC to give Super Bowl viewers an easy way to vote for their favorite TV ads.

Their collaboration, YouTube Ad Blitz, is a dedicated online video channel that will house each of the Super Bowl ads once they have aired. Viewers can watch and vote for their favorite ad.

Voting spans from the end of the game until midnight February 13th. I am sure this won’t be the only Super Bowl ad effort.

Last year, game viewers were also able to vote via mobile and Facebook in addition to YouTube.


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