SUPER BOWL XLVII DRAWS 108.7 MILLION VIEWERS, NIELSEN SAYS

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Super Bowl XLVII Draws 108.7 Million Viewers, 26.1 Million
Tweets 
According to Nielsen, Sunday’s telecast of Super Bowl XLVII on
CBS drew an average audience of 108.7 million viewers. The game,
in which the Baltimore Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers
34 to 31, was viewed in 53 million homes and had a 46.4 U.S.
household rating. The in-game blackout, being reported as a
separated telecast, averaged 106.6 million viewers. Separate
program reporting is typically done when there are delays in
live programming. 
According to SocialGuide’s 2013 Super Bowl Advertising Report,
5.3 million people sent out 26.1 million tweets during the
course of the entire game. 
For a historical look at Super Bowl ratings, visit Nielsen Wire
at: http://blog.nielsen.com/nielsenwire/consumer/super-bowl-xlvii-draws-108-7-million-viewers-26-1-tweets/ 
Salvatore Tuzzeo Jr.
Communications
Nielsen
646.654.5329
www.nielsen.com 
(bjh) NY 
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