GM: No Super Bowl Ads in 2013

General Motors won't be advertising during the 2013 Super Bowl because it "can't justify" paying the increase in price: a possible $4 million for CBS, up from NBC's $3.5 million, for a 30-second spot, GM global marketing chief Joel Ewanick said  in a statement.

This announcement comes just days after GM dropped its paid ads on Facebook.

GM also had no ads in the 2009 games, just prior to its filing for bankruptcy protection.

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