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  1. Super Bowl To Stream Online Again

    12:42 pm 12/19/2012

    For the second year, the big game will be available online and on mobile devices, with 2 wild card games and the Pro Bowl also available.Read more

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  2. CBS Makes Big Super Bowl Push With Weeklong Coverage Across Networks, Platforms

    2:27 pm 12/6/2012

    The network’s broadcast center in New Orleans’s Jackson Square will be home to 15 different shows. “If you have the biggest event on television it’s important to maximize it,” said CBS Sports chairman Sean McManus.Read more

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  3. Super Bowl Ads, Near $4 Million Each, Are Almost Sold Out

    9:36 am 11/13/2012

    With GM on the sidelines, the average price for a 30-second spot hits a record $3.8 million. With less than 5 percent of inventory left, CBS expects a sellout -- and more than $225 million in revenue.Read more

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  4. The Real Reason Europe is Getting All the Summer Movies First: Soccer!

    7:00 am 6/7/2012

    5 billion people will watch this month's Super Bowl-sized soccer games.Read more

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  5. GM Won't Advertise During the Super Bowl

    12:44 pm 5/18/2012

    Following its recent ad pull from Facebook, the automaker cites the high costs of commercials during the big game for its decision.Read more

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  6. CBS Reports 31 Percent Rise in Profit to $370 Million

    1:17 pm 2/15/2012

    Chief executive Les Moonves predicts big ad bucks over the next 12 months due to a "not very pleasant" political campaign and Super Bowl commercials that could sell for $4 million a spot in 2013.Read more

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  7. PETA Mines Humor From Domestic Abuse In New Ad

    12:00 pm 2/14/2012

    Following in the footsteps of a banned Super Bowl advertisement, animal-rights activism group PETA is courting controversy again with a new clip entitled "Boyfriend Went Vegan."Read more

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  8. M.I.A.'s Super Bowl Flip-off Has NBC, NFL Pointing Fingers

    3:28 pm 2/8/2012

    The network and the league are at odds over who's to blame for the inappropriate gesture as legal options are explored. Read more

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  9. Super Bowl Aftermath: How the Movies Fared

    2:19 pm 2/8/2012

    The final score as marketing teams spent big ($3.5 million each) trying to turn their quick-hit TV spots into box-office wins.Read more

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  10. CNN Analyst Roland Martin Suspended Following Controversial Super Bowl Tweets

    11:42 am 2/8/2012

    Calling the remarks about David Beckham's H&M ad "regrettable and offensive," the network suspends the commentator accused of encouraging violence against gay men.Read more

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