- Super Bowl commercials - Wikipedia
The U S television broadcast of the Super Bowl – the championship game of the National Football League (NFL) – features many high-profile television commercials, colloquially known as Super Bowl ads The phenomenon is a result of the game's extremely high viewership and wide demographics: Super Bowl games have frequently been among the United States' most watched television broadcasts
- Super Bowl LI - Wikipedia
The NFL selected the sites for Super Bowl 50 and Super Bowl LI at the owners' spring meetings in Boston on May 21, 2013 On October 16, 2012, the NFL announced that Reliant Stadium in Houston, which was renamed NRG Stadium in 2014, was a finalist to host Super Bowl LI Houston then competed against the runner-up for the site of Super Bowl 50: Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida
- 2019 Super Bowl Homepage | NFL. com | NFL. com
Your home for all NFL Super Bowl news as well as ticket, apparel and event info
- Super Bowl Kickoff Time\Date\Schedule - fanical. com
Are you ready for a sneak peak of the biggest commercials that will be shown during the Super Bowl? 2015 will bring a lot of the same actors of Super Bowl's past, but will also welcome some new brands and other brands who have not aired a Super Bowl commercial in many years
- TV Listings and Schedule for CBS Shows - CBS. com
See TV Listings and the latest times for all of the primetime CBS Shows lineups A full schedule of programming for the next few weeks of what will be airing on CBS
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- Tampa Sports Reporter and On-Camera Talent Jenna Laine . . .
NFL REPORTER - Tampa, FL The Sports Xchange - Fall 2012 - Present Provides game day coverage of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and opponents for The Sports Xchange wire services, a full-service editorial and publishing company
- Oral History: The Strangest Super Bowl Halftime Show Ever . . .
The story of 1989’s Super Bowl begins in 1986, when the NFL started soliciting proposals from entertainment production companies to plan for halftime shows in the years ahead