NBC with YouTube is bringing the Super Bowl XLVI online commercials to YouTube Ad Blitz, a premier online gallery of Super Bowl commercials.
“YouTube Ad Blitz puts all the online commercials Super Bowl coverage in your hands, letting you view and vote on the top ads of the Super Bowl, whether you’re on a computer, mobile phone or tablet,” the YouTube team said.
Adding further, the team writes, “Voting begins after the final whistle and will continue until Midnight ET on February 13.”
The team said they will also host a Google+ Hangout after the game where user can chat face-to-face with an NBC celebrity.
Troy Ewanchyna, Vice President, Business Development & Digital Strategies, NBC Sports Group, noted, “YouTube’s Ad Blitz is the perfect platform for us to extend our online promotion for our coverage of Super Bowl XLVI. The post-game Ad Blitz and the next-day Google+ Hangout allow us to extend our coverage and continue to serve viewers even when the game has concluded.”
In other YouTube news, U.S. President Barack Obama, after delivering his State of the Union address to the nation, on Monday, January 30, will answer a selection of top-voted questions in an special interview over a Google+ Hangout from the White House.
Starting now, and through January 28, you can visit the White House YouTube channel to submit your video and text questions and vote on your favorites.