The Super Bowl’s Real ROIRick Horrow and Karla Swatek
Each year, it seems the Super Bowl gets further hyped and inflated. Witness the 7,200 fans who paid $25 just to observe Super Bowl XLVI’s Media Day on Jan. 31—an event for which NFL Network provided “nearly five hours of coverage,” to cite USA Today. Through Sunday, host city Indianapolis expects to receive up to 150,000 celebrities, corporate executives, and well-to-do football fans, with an estimated economic impact of $150 million, according to the Indianapolis Convention and Visitors Assn. The U.S. TV audience is forecast to exceed 175 million viewers and global viewership will reach up to 1 billion people, estimates Nielsen.
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