Two Spots Left in Super Bowl
Fox nearly sold out for NFL championship game
By Jon Lafayette -- Broadcasting & Cable, 10/25/2010 2:55:49 PM
Spots in this year's Super Bowl began selling early with Fox reporting that it has sold 80% of its inventory in June. The previous year, CBS got to the 70% mark in September. Last month it was reported that Fox had sold more than 90% of its inventory.
In addition to a price tag of about $3 million per commercial, Fox is only going to make a deal with advertisers willing to buy a package of pre-game spots as well.
Super Bowl XLV will be held Feb. 6, 2011 at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The game is nearly always the most watched TV program of the year. The game will be followed by an episode of Glee.
Fox is also busy selling the few remaining spots in the World Series, which it will broadcast beginning later this week.
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