In a somewhat unusual television ad campaign, a local Catholic bishop has an important message.
It may be the most famous anti-littering spot ever. It was produced for television in the early ’70s, and ends with a Native American shedding a tear.
When the Pittsburgh Steelers take the field for their first game of the 2014 season against the Cleveland Browns, it appears Brian Hoyer will be who they face.
Taco Bell recently started serving breakfast at their restaurants and as part of their ad campaign they wanted Ronald McDonald to tell people how good their new breakfast is. So they found 25 people around the county named Ronald McDonald to promote the new menu items.
One of the McDonalds is a funeral director from Kane Pa and he joined the KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway to talk about his experience.
While the Steelers are not going to be playing in the Super Bowl on Sunday, a piece of Pittsburgh will be represented.
Kmart is back with a sequel to their popular “Ship My Pants” commercial. This time they are promising “Big Gas Savings.”
It’s an ad that some find hilarious, while others find it a bit too edgy.
A new, somewhat controversial, advertisement aims to do one thing: make you ship your pants.
It’s Easter morning. A boy rouses his younger brother, and they run to the living room to find their baskets filled with – what else? – Peeps.
Shoe company Skechers is under fire for a new shoe ad targeting tweens.
Actors and models are needed for a new American Eagle Outfitters commercial.
More information on auditions to be in a Walmart commercial.
Steelers Hall of Fame defensive lineman Joe Greene joined Vinnie and Cook.
The Steelers won’t make it to the Super Bowl, but Joby Harris, formerly pf Saxonburg, will be going in style thanks to a commercial he produced for $500.
The Steelers won’t make it to the Super Bowl, but a former Saxonburg man will be going in style thanks to a commercial he produced for $500. The California resident recently stopped back home long enough to share his story with KDKA’s Dave Crawley.